MyCUHub: new campus advising tool launches soon

By bene6063

CU-Boulder is implementing a new academic advising tool, which will be available to all undergraduate students and undergraduate advisors to manage advising sessions and academic planning. This project is the latest in an effort to implement a Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) system across the university.

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Being an effective bystander: Ralphie Handler earns praise for intervening in campus sex assault

By swensong

Ralphie Handler Max Demby was walking home last weekend when he intervened in a campus sex assault and prevented further attack. Read more for tips on how you can be an effective bystander.

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Your student government: Preliminary election results announced

By swensong

By the University of Colorado Student Government

The University of Colorado Student Government is pleased to announce the preliminary results of the spring 2015 elections for your student government.

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Career Services: ‘Just in Time Fair’ April 15-16

By swensong

CU-Boulder Career Services is bringing more than 140 organizations to campus to meet students and alumni for two specialized days during the “Just in Time Fair,” April 15-16, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the UMC.

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Mapping guides show how your retirement investments will be treated in July

By fraziere

When the University of Colorado modernizes the funds offered within its retirement Plans this summer, employees with accounts through Fidelity and Vanguard can expect their funds to transfer into the new investment lineup without having to lift a finger. Many TIAA-CREF participants can expect the same.

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New tool for academic advising: MyCUHub

By bene6063

CU-Boulder is implementing a new academic advising tool, which will be used by all undergraduate students and undergraduate advisors to manage advising sessions and academic planning. Learn more about why the change is occurring and what it means for you.

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CU-Boulder names founding dean of new College of Media, Communication and Information

By millerm

Laurie Bergen

University of Colorado Boulder Provost Russell L. Moore today announced the appointment of Lori Bergen, dean of the J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as dean of the new College of Media, Communication and Information. Bergen will begin her duties as dean on July 20, 2015.

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Better engagement across the university with MyCUHub

By bene6063

The University of Colorado is embarking on a series of system-wide efforts to implement MyCUHub, the university’s enterprise Constituent Relationship Management (eCRM) system. Starting in May, MyCUHub will become the new academic advising tool used by all undergraduate students on campus.

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Staff Council Update: 2015 State Capitol trek

By fraziere

Boulder Campus Staff Council finds time once a year to visit the State Capitol. It is here that legislators debate a wide variety of issues – including many that touch the Boulder campus – like funding for capital projects and the “Long” bill. Staff Council finds that understanding the basics of the political process in Denver can go a long way toward building employee engagement. Employees and campus have a voice, and by staying informed we can better guide our individual actions as they uniquely impact our work.

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Fungi thrived in flooded Colorado homes months after waters receded, says CU-Boulder study

By sandoe

Basements that flooded after heavy rains deluged the Colorado Front Range in September 2013 had higher levels of airborne mold and other fungi months after the waters receded compared with basements that didn’t flood, according to a study by the University of Colorado Boulder.

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