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Pet Health: Rabies is a real and rising threat to people and pets

Two dogs in Colorado have been diagnosed with rabies. Learn how to protect yourself and your pets.

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CSU adopting new TimeClock Plus system for time, leave

Human Resources is excited to announce that CSU will launch a new time and leave system called TimeClock Plus beginning July 1 (June 24 for bi-weekly employees).

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Yale grad students’ hunger strike can’t turn the tide for labor

By not dealing with the union, Yale is taking a necessary step to test the legality of the “micro-units.”

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June 15 ‘Eating for a Healthy Pregnancy’ class free for CSU employees

Join Amanda Boostrom, registered dietitian nutritionist and certified lactation educator in the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center, on June 15 to learn what to eat to be healthy, feel vibrant during your pregnancy and gain confidence that you are providing the best start possible for your baby.

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College of Health and Human Sciences students recognized for their research and creativity

The annual Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity (CURC), showcase allows undergraduate students from a range of University colleges and their corresponding majors to highlight their achievements in research and creativity with the support of faculty mentors. This year, the College of Health and Human Sciences had students from interior design, nutrition and food science, human development and family studies, social work and health and exercise science submit their research and creative projects.

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Lake, Pitkin Streets closed for periods week of May 22

With weather delays causing projects to be rescheduled, coupled with new projects, the week of May 22 will see several street projects along the east side of campus, limiting access to campus from College Avenue.

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