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Campus Life    Community

Coming Next Week: Campus and Workplace Culture Survey

On Oct. 18, CU Anschutz will launch a Campus and Workplace Culture (CWC) Survey, and all students, residents/fellows, faculty and staff are encouraged to take part.

Author Trisha Kendall | Publish Date
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Campus Life    Community    Faculty    Students

Orchestra Brims with Collaboration, Creativity and Love of Music

On an undeniably STEM-oriented campus, the AMC Orchestra offers a unique opportunity for artistic release. The group is part of the ‘Music and Medicine Initiative’ in the University of Colorado Center for Bioethics and Humanities and, as of fall semester, has a new director, Jeremy D. Cuebas.

Author Blair Ilsley | Publish Date
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Community    Faculty

CU Anschutz Expert Emphasizes the Collective Power of the Greater Good on Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Spero M. Manson, PhD, (Pembina Chippewa) is a distinguished professor of public health and psychiatry, directs the Centers for American Indian & Alaska Native Health, and occupies the Colorado Trust Chair in American Indian Health within the Colorado School of Public Health at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.

Author Kiley Kudrna | Publish Date
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Research    Patient Care    Community    COVID-19    Mental Health

CU Anschutz Puts Strong Focus on Mental Health Needs

The past year has been defined by overwhelming stress. While COVID-19 remains the overarching trigger, a slew of other stressors remain on the boil: domestic economic uncertainty and a global refugee crisis; rising crime rates and mass shootings; climate change and relentless wildfires; and polarized politics and a Capitol insurrection.

Author Staff | Publish Date
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