CU can expand the use of internships, make better connections with businesses and play a key role in Colorado’s emerging economic clusters, a panel told the CU Board of Regents.
Regents made slight refinements to a draft list of the desired attributes and abilities of a CU graduate, which will serve as a guidepost for further discussion on student learning outcomes and core curriculum.
Infants and small children in Colorado and New Mexico — particularly those in underserved and at-risk demographics — will benefit from better access to care, service delivery, integration, provider training and public awareness of early childhood mental health, thanks to a major grant to the Harris Healthy Infant Program (HHIP) at the University of Colorado [...]
CU Connections has been redesigned to provide a cleaner look and enable commenting on individual stories.
The board will focus its summer retreat on the attributes of a CU graduate, the work force needs of business and community leaders, and long-term budget solutions.
The Office of Information Security reminds CU employees that storing sensitive information on a third-party providers’ service should be avoided.
At the age of 17, Jan Rutherford enlisted in the U.S. Army. He served as a Special Forces (Green Beret) medic and executive officer, and then as a military intelligence officer. Every day he watched leadership in action.
More than 1,800 areas at the University of Colorado received more than $213.2 million in private support this past year — the largest total in CU history, according to preliminary figures announced today.
She will oversee CU's state and national efforts to build a network to convey the university's educational, research and economic contributions to Colorado and beyond.
The newest installment of higher education efficiency legislation was signed into law last month and will take effect Aug. 10. But the implementation of changes throughout CU will be a process unfolding over the next several weeks.