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The University of Colorado Board of Regents approved tuition increases today that could amount to as much as a 9 percent jump for in-state undergraduate students on some campuses. However, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs officials said they expect the total cost of attending UCCS – tuition, fees, room and board – to increase less… Continue Reading CU Regents approve tuition increases for fall 2010

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DoD to hold public health symposium

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U.S. Northern Command is looking for a few good policy makers, health care providers and academics. The Department of Defense is seeking white papers to assist the military in creating a response to a national public health emergency. The military wants to know how to best use the broad capabilities of the combined services –… Continue Reading DoD to hold public health symposium

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The University of Colorado at Boulder began construction Sept. 9 on a multi-million dollar bioscience building designed to promote interdisciplinary collaboration and make CU one of the top bioscience universities in the region, according to the Boulder County Business Report.The Jennie Smoly Caruthers Biotechnology Building, a planned 257,000-square-foot building slated for completion in fall 2011… Continue Reading CU breaks ground on bioscience center

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University of Colorado President Bruce Benson has outlined a major reorganization of the university system’s administrative functions in an effort to balance a budget hard-hit by the state’s money problems. While the plan will also involve some significant fiscal surgery, Benson said it will not include any layoffs at the University of Colorado at Colorado… Continue Reading CU fiscal reorganization promises no UCCS layoffs

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