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CU Boulder against proposed change to duration of status policy

CU Boulder against proposed change to duration of status policy 1

2020-10-02 13:42:50

The University of Colorado Boulder strongly opposes proposed changes to the longstanding “duration of status policy” announced Sept. 25 by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

If implemented, the rule would place restrictive new time limits on international students, postdoctoral scholars, researchers, instructors and their dependents who are in the United States pursuing their academic goals. The proposed policy change would hinder their ability to complete their academic and/or research programs.

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CU Boulder against proposed change to duration of status policy

In support of international students, CU Boulder strongly opposes proposed changes to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s longstanding duration of status policy.

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A big Buffs THANK YOU to those who are working hard on the multiple fires in Col…

A big Buffs THANK YOU to those who are working hard on the multiple fires in Col... 2

2020-10-23 10:08:57

A big Buffs THANK YOU to those who are working hard on the multiple fires in Colorado. Below is an update about the #LeftHandCanyonFire, one of the fires closest to, but not threatening, campus. Follow the CalWood and Lefthand Canyon Fires page for updates on #CalWoodFire and ways to offer community support:

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From the Provost and COO – Spring semester to start Jan. 14

From the Provost and COO - Spring semester to start Jan. 14 3

2020-10-22 10:14:19

Building upon lessons from fall, our spring 2021 semester will start Jan. 14 and deliver a more robust campus experience while continuing to comply with the latest COVID-19 public health guidance.

Read details about the schedule and operational updates at the link below:

From the Provost and COO – Spring semester to start Jan. 14

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Remnants of ancient viruses could be shaping coronavirus response, says new Packard Fellow

Remnants of ancient viruses could be shaping coronavirus response, says new Packard Fellow 4

2020-10-20 05:51:11

Why are some people more resilient to viruses than others?

The answer has eluded scientists for centuries and, in the age of COVID-19, has come to represent one of the holy grails of biomedical research.

Learn how Ed Chuong, an assistant professor of molecular, cellular and developmental biology at…

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Remnants of ancient viruses could be shaping coronavirus response, says new Packard Fellow

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