Lori Krug of Payroll and Benefit Services recently became chair of the University of Colorado Staff Council, or UCSC, the governance group that represents 14,000 classified and professional exempt employees who work on the university's three campuses at four locations.
Budget cuts across the University of Colorado system for the 2009-10 fiscal year (beginning July 1) affected positions more than operations, according to data released by the Office of Budget and Finance.
Obtaining increased federal funding for research, product innovation, patient-care programs and capital improvements on University of Colorado campuses topped the list of priorities this year for the university’s federal government relations staff.
The University of Colorado's chief diversity officers, campus chancellors and President Bruce D. Benson will work together to increase the focus on the university's efforts to recruit and retain students from diverse ethnic, racial and socioeconomic backgrounds.
The University of Colorado Board of Regents will vote on a proposed university budget of approximately $2.6 billion at its June 23 meeting at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
The Colorado Commission on Higher Education is expected to adopt financial aid allocations and consider a master plan for Colorado’s colleges and universities at its June 4 meeting at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley.
University of Colorado at Boulder Chancellor Phil DiStefano visited seven Colorado communities last month, meeting with alumni, parents, donors, prospective students and community leaders during his first community outreach tour as chancellor.