The University Benefits Advisory Board (UBAB) will continue its role as an employee representative group and President Bruce D. Benson also has approved a recommendation that a staff employee and faculty member be appointed non-voting members of the University of Colorado Health and Welfare Trust Committee.
The CU-Boulder fire researcher in the geography department and INSTAAR has an expert's perspective on this summer's destructive Colorado wildfires.
The University of Colorado Colorado Springs is providing housing for up to 100 wildland firefighters working to contain the Waldo Canyon Fire.
As the chief budget officer for the state of Colorado under former Gov. Bill Ritter, Saliman had to steer the budget for state government through some of the worst fiscal times in nearly a century. As the new vice president of budget and finance and chief financial officer for the CU system, which also has been buffeted by fiscal challenges, those skills and experience should come in handy.
An advisory committee of five faculty members and five community members is soliciting letters of interest and curriculum vitae for the position, which will be housed in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Now in his second term representing the 1st Congressional District, Carrigan was elected chair on a 5-3 vote at the board’s June meeting at UCCS.
Research by early career investigators holds long-term promise for benefiting human health.
Her research on barn swallows includes examining phenotype (observable characteristics) and how these traits differ in sub-species. A particular interest is in the role of sexual selection.
CU has been in the process of implementing eComm to enable units, colleges, schools and departments to engage in mass email communications and more.
Registration remains open for the free event, which is set for 7:30 a.m. Friday at St. Cajetan’s Center at CU Denver on the Auraria Campus.