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Student and Faculty Achievement

More than 480,000 people around the world use what they learned at CU to shape business, government, education and communities. And they learn from the best: CU boasts world-class faculty on all four campuses that include five Nobel laureates and 10 MacArthur Genius Fellows. We celebrate the achievements of these faculty – today’s experts in their fields – and the successes of our students – tomorrow’s leaders.

 
CCCS and CU transfer students
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CU Boulder, UCCS and CU Denver part of CCCS Bridge to Bachelor’s Degree Program

The Colorado Community College System program ensures new, first-time students attending any CCCS College are guaranteed admission to a participating four-year college or university.
CCCS and CU transfer students
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CU Boulder, UCCS and CU Denver part of CCCS Bridge to Bachelor’s Degree Program

The Colorado Community College System program ensures new, first-time students attending any CCCS College are guaranteed admission to a participating four-year college or university.
CCCS and CU transfer students
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CU Boulder, UCCS and CU Denver part of CCCS Bridge to Bachelor’s Degree Program

The Colorado Community College System program ensures new, first-time students attending any CCCS College are guaranteed admission to a participating four-year college or university.
Front Range engineering grads can go to CU
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Daily Camera

Front Range CC Associate of Engineering Science can transfer to University of Colorado, CSU, Mines

The program aims to increase diversity in a field that consists of mostly white men.
Front Range engineering grads can go to CU
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Daily Camera

Front Range CC Associate of Engineering Science can transfer to University of Colorado, CSU, Mines

The program aims to increase diversity in a field that consists of mostly white men.
CIRES RECCS program
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CU On the Air Podcast

RECCS pairs community college students with CIRES scientists

A CIRES (Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences) program, it was initiated by former faculty member and current Regent At-Large Lesley Smith.
Chip Benight
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CU On the Air Podcast

True GRIT provides resilience training in coronavirus crisis

UCCS Professor Chip Benight researches the human adaptation from trauma. His work is focused on recovery from natural disasters including things like the coronavirus pandemic as well as manmade disasters, accident trauma, violence, bereavement and more.
Staff appreciation
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CU Connections

University of Colorado Staff Council Celebrates Excellence Across System

The CU staff members – two from each campus and from system administration – received the governance group’s Excellence Awards, which annually recognize those who go above and beyond their job duties and consistently surpass expectations.
Roma Sur, M.A.
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CU Connections

Champions of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Honored

Award recognizes significant achievements of university community members in developing a culturally and intellectually diverse university community reflective of inclusive excellence.