The board on Wednesday heard revised 2012-13 tuition proposals for each of the university’s four campuses as well as a breakdown of how the tuition would be spent. A vote is expected in April.
Regent Sue Sharkey had brought to the meeting a resolution calling for support of House Bill 1252, Transparency of Higher Ed Financial Information, which would require more detailed financial reporting.
Regents unanimously approved the 2012 honorary degree, distinguished service and university medal award recipients.
A search committee has begun its work in helping to identify the university’s next Vice President, University Counsel and Secretary of the Board of Regents, a combined position currently held by Dan Wilkerson.
A bill that would change the way retirement benefits are calculated for those who join thePERA after Jan. 1, 2013, was given preliminary approval by the Colorado State House after a lengthy and partisan debate Friday.
Thousands upon thousands of young men and women have successfully found their way to college and graduation thanks to the guidance of Danny Martinez.
The university’s tuition benefit program offered Foster a chance to earn an advanced degree without borrowing money and going into debt. And working at CU helped her stay busy while her husband spent another year in northern Iraq.
It wasn't until he became a dean of the School of Medicine in 1990 that Richard Krugman, M.D., realized that not all people are like pediatricians.
Graduate programs across the University of Colorado system continue to earn national prominence based on the latest annual rankings from U.S. News & World Report.