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Cheer on the Buffsat 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.

Ruha Benjamin

Discrimination: It’s not a bug, it’s a feature—event March 6

Feb. 26, 2024

Ruha Benjamin, leading expert on how discrimination is encoded into technology and Princeton University professor, will visit CMCI to kick off a new center on race and media, along with the college’s Distinguished Lecture Series.

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20 things to do: Trash the Runway, venture into the Shark Tank, more

Feb. 26, 2024

February is flying by! This week brings ballot processing tours, a pride dinner, the Women’s Leadership Symposium, a blood drive, Drag Bingo, an Indonesian potluck and more.

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How AI could bring a scientific renaissance

Feb. 23, 2024

The Science of Science and Computational Discovery lab seeks to unravel the complexities and imperfections of scientific discovery through the power of artificial intelligence.

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3 ways to help students connect classroom learning to future careers

Feb. 23, 2024

Faculty and staff can help students gain confidence and feel ready for life after graduation. Here are ways you can help students connect what you are teaching them in your classes to the skills they need to launch their careers.

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ImpacTED: How a signature CMCI event creates meaning for careers, community

Feb. 23, 2024

Strategic communication senior Lillian Wentworth has been part of the team breathing new life into TEDxCU. Join the signature event on March 2.

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Alumni share how Career Services helped them navigate aspirations to impactful careers

Feb. 23, 2024

Career Services is not just about helping students get jobs but also a way for the university to shape graduates who are ready to make a difference in the world. Alumni Hannah Clayton and Callie Habegger share their stories.

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SPIE commits $100K in matching funds to grow Quantum Scholars Program

Feb. 23, 2024

The Quantum Scholars Program has received a big boost in the form of a matching gift from SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics. This generous contribution will provide scholarships for up to 20 additional Quantum Scholars each year.