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In an interconnected world, managing and perceiving risk is key, experts say

Feb. 27, 2024

CU Boulder researcher Steve Miller argues for deeper insight into how people understand risk before shocks, especially those related to climate change, happen in global systems.

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Continued efforts of the Sexual Misconduct Task Force

Feb. 27, 2024

CU Boulder’s Sexual Misconduct Task Force, which supports the expansion of prevention efforts for reducing sexual harassment and violence on campus, invites the CU Boulder community to learn more at an open forum March 14.

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CBD shown to ease anxiety without the risks that can come with THC

Feb. 27, 2024

The first randomized trial to examine how commercially available cannabis impacts anxiety symptoms has shown that products heavy in the nonintoxicating compound CBD work surprisingly well—and without getting you high.

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Get ready for the Conference on World Affairs April 9–12—speakers announced

Feb. 27, 2024

With the participation of students, faculty, staff and visitors from around the world, this year’s Conference on World Affairs will boast 70 panel discussions, performances and keynote events with three main themes: leadership, global equity and the next 100 years. Check out the speakers and more!

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Make professional development a priority

Feb. 26, 2024

Do you have professional development goals for the new year? Are you hoping to be more appropriately engaged with your work and life? Human Resources is offering three powerful trainings to help you take charge.

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Tips for building team relationships in a hybrid office

Feb. 26, 2024

Sometimes forming meaningful relationships and working together in a hybrid office can be challenging. Here are some tips you can use to build meaningful team relationships whether you're working in person or remote.

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Nobel Laureate Andrea Ghez to discuss supermassive black holes March 5

Feb. 26, 2024

The 53rd George Gamow Memorial Lecture will be “From the Possibility to the Certainty of a Supermassive Black Hole,” presented by 2020 Nobel Laureate and UCLA Professor Andrea Ghez.

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Cheer on the Buffs at faculty, staff appreciation night

Feb. 26, 2024

The CU men's basketball team is making a final push for the NCAA Tournament and is inviting faculty and staff to be part of the action! Save up to 50% on tickets at the Feb. 28 game against the California Golden Bears.

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Louisiana governor enables corporate property tax breaks, taking money away from schools

Feb. 26, 2024

Louisiana’s governor has signed an executive order making it easier for companies to receive lucrative property tax breaks, and cash-strapped schools will likely pay the price. Read from CU expert Kevin Welner and colleagues on The Conversation.

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3 ways AI is shaping the work world

Feb. 26, 2024

As a college student, you can benefit from understanding the impact of AI as you select your major and prepare for your job and internship search. Learn more about how AI is shaping the work world.

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