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Midyear report: State’s economy achieving in ’14

A midyear economic report by the University of Colorado Boulder’s Leeds School of Business indicates the state continues to outshine expectations for growth in 2014. The report showed, among other things, that Colorado employment was up 3 percent in May compared to May 2013. The Colorado Business Economic Outlook published in December indicated employment would… Continue Reading Midyear report: State’s economy achieving in ’14

Another group has signaled its support for the city’s Regional Tourism Act application – a grant proposal that would bring a downtown stadium, an Olympic museum, a new visitors center at the Air Force Academy and a sports medicine center at UCCS. The University of Colorado Board of Regents passed a resolution supporting Colorado Springs’… Continue Reading CU regents support city’s RTA application

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CU officials to try again on tuition increases

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University of Colorado officials say they plan to try again after a plan to raise tuition nearly 16 percent ran into opposition. Republican Regent Sue Sharkey told lawmakers on the House Education Committee on Monday that regents are backing off the increase because of a public outcry over plans to use some of the money… Continue Reading CU officials to try again on tuition increases

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CU Regents questioning law school subsidies

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University of Colorado regents want to know why the Boulder campus School of Law is running at a loss and being subsidized by other students. Last year, the law school spent $26 million, more than $1.5 million more than its revenue. Other colleges are also losing money, including the College of Music, which lost more… Continue Reading CU Regents questioning law school subsidies

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UCH, PVHS finalize joint partnership

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Poudre Valley Health System and the University of Colorado Hospital have finalized a joint operating agreement that creates a new health system. Called University of Colorado Health, the partnership will also include Memorial Health System in Colorado Springs, once details of a lease agreement are ironed out and voters decide on the effort at some… Continue Reading UCH, PVHS finalize joint partnership

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If voters choose University of Colorado Hospital to run Memorial Health System, what will it mean for health care in Colorado Springs? The CSBJ would like to talk to health-care workers and patients about their experiences with University of Colorado Hospital. What’s your opinion about how it will function here? Contact reporter Amy Gillentine at… Continue Reading How will University of Colorado Hospital operate in the Springs?

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CU studies how other schools deal with 4/20

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The University of Colorado, as it tries to find ways to end the annual and unsanctioned smoke-out on campus, has turned to other universities that are also plagued with large gatherings on 4/20. And while CU officials and student leaders say there are lessons to be learned from how other schools handle 4/20 events, they… Continue Reading CU studies how other schools deal with 4/20

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Three systems vying to lease Memorial’s assets

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Banner Health, Centura Health and University of Colorado hospital all plan to bid to lease Memorial Health System — and they don’t seem too worried about Memorial’s troubled balance sheet. “That’s a problem that can be turned around,” said Bill Byron, spokesman for the nonprofit Banner. “We still see a lot of potential in Memorial.… Continue Reading Three systems vying to lease Memorial’s assets

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CU launches billion-dollar fundraising effort

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The University of Colorado system is launching its most ambitious fundraising campaign in the university system’s history. The $1.5 billion comprehensive campaign will benefit all four campuses, including the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. The university has raised more than $900 million since the silent phase of the campaign began in July2006. Major fundraising… Continue Reading CU launches billion-dollar fundraising effort

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Colorado-built containers will be aboard shuttle

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Containers built at the University of Colorado will carry two experiments aboard the space shuttle Discovery’s last flight. The shuttle is scheduled for launch on Feb. 24 after a delay of nearly four months. The two experiments will be in cylinders built by BioServe Space Technologies in CU-Boulder’s aerospace engineering sciences department. The cylinders will… Continue Reading Colorado-built containers will be aboard shuttle

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