CU Regent Steve Bosley traded his suit and tie for a Bolder Boulder logo polo shirt to offer a narrative history of the race during a brown bag lunch presented Tuesday by the CU System Staff Council.
The CU Board of Regents on Wednesday voted to to allow President Bruce Benson to deviate from the standard search process as he looks for a chief fundraiser to oversee a realignment of CU’s fundraising and advancement efforts.
All CU-initiated bills are on their way to Gov. John Hickenlooper for his signature.
University of Colorado benefits-eligible employees and retirees may make changes to benefits plans during Open Enrollment, which ends at 5 p.m. May 24.
Even if you’ll be away from your campus for any of this summer, you can stay up to date on happenings across the University of Colorado system by connecting with CU Connections.
“I think we’re so blessed to have the highest quality coaches in the country,” said CU President Bruce D. Benson, as he welcomed CU Buffs coaches Tad Boyle (men’s basketball), Nicole Kenneally (women’s tennis), Linda Lappe (women’s basketball) and Mike MacIntyre (football) and Athletic Director Mike Bohn to system administration offices at 1800 Grant St. [...]
CU Online’s 2013 Spring Symposium, “Going Places With CU Online,” is set for May 23 at the Marriott SpringHill Suites on the Auraria Campus. Registration is open: Click Here to Register From CU Online: Fasten your seatbelts, place your tray-tables in a full, upright position, and turn ON your devices! It’s time for the 2013 [...]
Be Colorado announces campus competition champion and winners of $300 airfare vouchers.
The University of Colorado is taking another step in an ongoing process of increasing revenue streams it has some control over in light of one it has little influence on, declines in state funding.
Employee Services’ benefits professionals will conduct Open Enrollment (OE) Sessions on each campus beginning today and continuing next week.
University of Colorado-backed legislation aimed at helping the state’s higher education institutions secure the best and brightest in-state students is awaiting Gov. Hickenlooper’s signature.
At its Annual Meeting in April, the National Association of Educational Procurement (NAEP) presented the Bert C. Ahrens Achievement Award to Assistant Vice President/Chief Procurement Officer Sandy Hicks. The highest honor given by the association, the Ahrens award recognizes a member who has made outstanding contributions to NAEP and to the procurement profession in general, over [...]
The next Funding in Focus, a forum presented by the CU Advocates program, is set for 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 29 at the University of Colorado Denver. Todd Saliman, CU vice president and chief financial officer, and Jeff Parker, vice chancellor of administration and finance at CU Denver l Anschutz Medical Campus, will [...]
The thought-provoking lineup for the 16th Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology conference (COLTT) continues to develop, with registration now open for the event at CU-Boulder Aug. 7 and 8. Among the announced presentations: Winning Higher Ed Game: Technology Edition. CU Denver’s David Thomas leads an audience-participation game that predicts the future of higher as [...]
The CU Board of Regents debated the idea of intellectual diversity among faculty during the board’s Tuesday meeting, with Regent James Geddes, R-Sedalia, calling for university leadership “to take an active approach to diversify our faculty.”
School of Medicine faculty member is founder of the Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP), a program providing home visits by nurses for first-time, low-income moms and their children.
The UCCS chancellor and UCCS English professor received awards at the final Faculty Council meeting of the academic year.
University of Colorado benefits-eligible employees and retirees may make changes to benefits plans beginning at 8 a.m. Monday and continuing until 5 p.m. May 24.
Email is one of the fastest, simplest ways to communicate around the world, but also has become a primary method used by cybercriminals to attack others on the Internet. It’s very important to be vigilant when opening attachments or responding to emails from unknown senders. To understand how to protect yourself from email attacks and [...]
Names of current and former University of Colorado faculty and staff who have died in recent weeks. List compiled by Employee Services. CU-Boulder Mary Ann Andersen, 79, classified staff retiree. April 7, 2013. Grant A. Johnson, 81, faculty retiree. April 3, 2013. Jeanette Tatum, 75, classified staff retiree. April 15, 2013. CU Denver Thomas M. [...]
Campus leadership has said that CU often loses Colorado’s best college prospects to out-of-state institutions offering richer scholarship packages.
Awardees for 2013 will be recognized at a reception from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. May 8 in the first floor conference room at 1800 Grant St.
The time when University of Colorado faculty and staff may make changes to benefits plans begins at 8 a.m. May 6 and ends at 5 p.m. May 24.
Registration is now open for the 16th Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology conference (COLTT) to be held on the CU-Boulder Campus on Wednesday, Aug. 7, and Thursday, Aug. 8. COLTT 2013 will offer an impressive array of engaging and innovative presentations. COLTT provides a great professional development opportunity for attendees to network with colleagues [...]
For the first time, a matrix for merit pay that is dependent on employee performance score and salary will be used for classified staff.
Annual All-Staff Council Conference includes salute to Chillemi, Douvres, Medal and Muller.
The meetings are open to all campus community members; faculty and staff are encouraged to attend.
Wade Thomas Cathey Jr., professor emeritus at CU-Boulder, received the 2013 Joseph Fraunhofer Award/Robert M. Burley Prize of the Optical Society (OSA). Cathey is being honored for seminal contributions to the field of computational optical imaging and its commercial application. … Rhonda Truesdale, a human resources and finance manager for the University of Colorado’s Anschutz [...]
The board on Tuesday agreed that keeping employees happy and keeping them, period, are necessary for the university’s continued success.
During its Tuesday meeting at 1800 Grant St. in Denver, the CU Board of Regents voted to approve a slate of tuition rates requested by leadership at University of Colorado campuses and system administration.