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  • Bollard

    Five questions for Kathleen Bollard

    As the president’s liaison between system administration and the campuses’ faculty, her skillful communication is among the traits that helped her recently earn the Faculty Council’s Leadership in Public Higher Education Award.
  • coltt_f

    COLTT readies event app for 2014 conference

    The Zerista app will give COLTT attendees the ability to build a custom schedule, search and sort directories of attendees and speakers, engage in social media discussions and direct messaging, and much more.
  • No judging at Weight Watchers

    Weight Watchers at Work: No judging here

    Weight Watchers at Work Meetings Monthly pass + meetings: $17.17 a month Online subscription (no meetings): $7.57 a month Weight Watchers at Work Meetings are open to campuses with at least eight monthly pass holders who commit to regularly attending. If attendance drops below this point, the meetings will be closed. To view your campus’s [...]
  • Orientation improvement, professional development among staff goals for coming year

    Boulder Campus Staff Council recently reviewed this past year’s accomplishments and set goals for FY2015.
  • Board approves $3.28 billion operating budget

    CU’s contribution to financial aid is greater than the state’s collective financial aid contributions to all higher education institutions.
  • Social Climate Survey shows many positives, some room for improvement

    The University of Colorado has a tolerant, respectful social climate, according to a recent systemwide survey requested by the Board of Regents.
  • Title IX compliance, efforts to reduce sexual harassment and assault outlined

    The Board of Regents reinforced its commitment to Title IX compliance, including ending sexual harassment and sexual assault on its campuses and working with victims to ensure speedy and fair investigations into allegations of misconduct.
  • Board encouraged by diversity strides at CU

    The University of Colorado Denver reported to the CU Board of Regents at its June meeting that more than half of its new resident freshmen are a racial/ethnic minority: CU Denver is at 51 percent, UCCS 36 percent and CU-Boulder 29 percent.
  • Tenure list: June 2014

    Some 105 faculty members across the system were granted tenure, effective this summer.
  • Regents roundup

    New CU-Boulder college approved, capital construction projects move forward, vice president of advancement named, new chair and vice chair elected, more.