CU Regent Steve Bosley traded his suit and tie for a Bolder Boulder logo polo shirt to offer a narrative history of the race during a brown bag lunch presented Tuesday by the CU System Staff Council.
The CU Board of Regents on Wednesday voted to to allow President Bruce Benson to deviate from the standard search process as he looks for a chief fundraiser to oversee a realignment of CU’s fundraising and advancement efforts.
The CU Board of Regents debated the idea of intellectual diversity among faculty during the board’s Tuesday meeting, with Regent James Geddes, R-Sedalia, calling for university leadership “to take an active approach to diversify our faculty.”
School of Medicine faculty member is founder of the Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP), a program providing home visits by nurses for first-time, low-income moms and their children.
For the first time, a matrix for merit pay that is dependent on employee performance score and salary will be used for classified staff.
The board on Tuesday agreed that keeping employees happy and keeping them, period, are necessary for the university’s continued success.
During its Tuesday meeting at 1800 Grant St. in Denver, the CU Board of Regents voted to approve a slate of tuition rates requested by leadership at University of Colorado campuses and system administration.
After conversations at recent Faculty Council and Board of Regents meetings about student success across the University of Colorado system, Regent Irene Griego attended last week’s Faculty Council meeting to discuss the issue with the governance group.
The University of Colorado Board of Regents has announced the 2013 honorary degree, distinguished service and university medal award recipients.
Dan Wilkerson, former University of Colorado vice president, university counsel and secretary of the CU Board of Regents, will assist the University of Colorado Colorado Springs and the Office of University Counsel by handling campus legal issues on an interim basis. Wilkerson retired from CU in 2012 after a 23-year career with the university. He [...]
University of Colorado leadership last week recommended salary increase pools of 3.1 percent to 3.6 percent for the coming fiscal year as part of the proposed budget.
Planning an on-campus event will soon get easier, thanks to the broadening of the mission of the University Center Event Services staff. Effective Friday, University Center Event Services will be responsible for scheduling and supporting all campus events including those in classrooms. In one phone call or email, faculty, staff, and students looking to book [...]
Coursera is a social entrepreneurship company that partners with top universities around the world to offer courses online for anyone to take for free. Its technology enables the best professors to teach tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of students.
Kevin Sisemore last week was named director of Internal Audit. The Board of Regents voted on the appointment during the board’s meeting last week at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. Sisemore has been with CU’s Internal Audit Department since 2003. He was appointed to the position after an extensive search. The director of Internal [...]
A vote on a resolution proposed by University of Colorado regents James Geddes and Sue Sharkey opposing ‘gun-free zones’ on University of Colorado campuses was postponed indefinitely by the board in a 6-2 vote, essentially killing the measure.
CU will rely on $50 million in private support to execute the project, and a significant effort to raise funds from donors will now begin to support it. In addition, other athletic revenue sources will be used to finance this major initiative.
The regents unanimously approved waiving the chancellor search and complimented Elliman on his work at the university the past year.
Colorado Democrats on Tuesday announced a list of proposed gun-related laws, including a measure to ban the carrying of concealed weapons in buildings on college campuses.
The Board of Regents will place phone calls to recruit the best, brightest students to University of Colorado campuses. The board’s chair would like faculty members to join in.
Faculty, staff, student winners of high honor demonstrate excellence in academic responsibilities while contributing outstanding service to the broader community.
Four members of the University of Colorado Board of Regents took their oath of office Wednesday at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs campus, the first-time host of the event.
At its mid-winter retreat today and Friday, the CU Board of Regents will consider how to address the seven strategic directions it adopted in September.
Mike MacIntyre, who led San Jose State to its first 10-win season in 25 years, has been named the 25th head football coach at the University of Colorado, athletic director Mike Bohn announced Monday. MacIntyre agreed to a five-year deal with a salary of $2 million annually; as with all hires of this nature, the [...]
Geraldine Bean, a Colorado native who received three degrees from the University of Colorado, taught at CU and served on the Board of Regents, died Nov. 30, 2012, in Louisville after a brief illness. She was 84. She was born July 13, 1928, in Fort Morgan. After graduating from Fort Morgan High School in 1946, [...]
The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Nov. 15 concluded its two-day meeting at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus.
Consideration of a new bachelor’s degree in ethnic studies at CU Denver inspired debate at Wednesday’s meeting of the CU Board of Regents, which ultimately voted to approve the program.
After debating the merits and necessity for a new master of science degree in anesthesiology, the CU Board of Regents on Wednesday approved the School of Medicine program 6-1.
Tragedy and chaos reigned as victims of the July 20 theater shooting were pulled from police cars, from personal vehicles and from ambulances and quickly moved to the University of Colorado Hospital.
At its meeting Wednesday at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, the CU Board of Regents approved awards of tenure for three faculty members.
Stephen Ludwig, who claimed victory late Nov. 7, received 1,027,027 votes, or 47 percent, against Brian Davidson, M.D., an Arvada Republican, who received 974,546 votes, or 45 percent.