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  • Chemical warfare’s history casts dark shadow today

    Chemical warfare’s history casts dark shadow today

    The use of chemical warfare is the topic of a one-day symposium organized by Joseph Gal for the upcoming American Chemical Society’s National Meeting and Exposition in Denver. A professor of medicine and pathology at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, Gal’s specialties include historical aspects of science and medicine.
  • CU looks to keep tuition increases low

    CU looks to keep tuition increases low

    For the second consecutive year, proposed tuition increases for all University of Colorado campuses came in significantly below the 6 percent cap mandated by the state Legislature for the 2014-15 and 2015-16 fiscal years. The budget calls for between 3 percent and 3.7 percent in tuition increases and up to a 3 percent salary increase for university employees.
  • CU announces changes to modernize employee retirement plans

    CU on Tuesday announced it will modernize its retirement plan lineup, providing employees best-in-class investment options, lower fees, enhanced advising and streamlined investment choices.
  • CU securing permission of states beyond Colorado to offer online education

    CU must seek permission to provide online education in states other than Colorado or to enroll students in online programs in those states, the Board of Regents was told Friday, but that process shouldn’t delay the fall launch of CU’s systemwide online education initiative.
  • CU Denver students make pitch for wellness center

    Hoping to build a $53.8 million health and wellness center on the Auraria Campus, CU Denver student representatives on Friday asked the CU Board of Regents to support the pursuit of student fee increases – a financing proposal that drew mixed reaction from board members.
  • Students make case for fossil fuel divestment to Board of Regents

    A student movement aimed at persuading the University of Colorado to end its investment in the fossil fuel industry stirred discussion at last week’s meeting of the Board of Regents, which took no action on the matter.
  • Tenure list: February 2015

    The Board of Regents last week approved an appointment with tenure.