Carrigan, who is in his second term representing the 1st Congressional District, was elected chair on a 5-3 vote at the board’s meeting at UCCS. There was one abstention.
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.
The plan proposes performance metrics to increase the number of degrees awarded throughout the state. Some members of the Board of Regents will participate in the planning process this summer.
The operating budget for the university’s 2012-13 fiscal year allows for conditional raises for some.
The Board of Regents approved awards of tenure and appointments with tenure for 77 faculty members across the system.
CU Advocates heard how 96 percent of the middle school and high school students who participate in the CU Pre-Collegiate Development Program go on to attend college.
Professor Fred Anderson directs the University of Colorado Boulder’s Honors Program, earned a doctorate from Harvard, has received prestigious fellowships and has taught in the history department since 1983.
The CU-Boulder professor's research has taken her to some of the most spectacular places on Earth, where she studies relationships between freshwater organisms, trace metals and natural organic material.
The Colorado Supreme Court on June 7 heard oral arguments in former professor Ward Churchill’s lawsuit against the University of Colorado.
Over 93 percent of eligible employees made a positive election during open enrollment (OE) this year, and Payroll & Benefit Services (PBS) would like to thank you for your participation and helping make OE a success.
In response to feedback on the June 7 CU Connections story about the CU eComm program, here are answers to frequently asked questions about the effort.
Registration is under way for the 12th annual Coleman Institute National Conference, set for Nov. 2, 2012.
The 15th Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology Conference (COLTT) will welcome renowned science journalist Kirsten Sanford, Ph.D., of the “Dr. Kiki's Science Hour” podcast as the conference's 2012 keynote speaker.