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.
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.
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.
Stories of life-changing university research, and the people who make it possible, were celebrated at the Sixth Annual Donor Recognition Dinner. The event drew a full house to the Seawell Ballroom in the Denver Performing Arts Complex on Feb. 7. Leaders of the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus and the University of [...]
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.
The board on Friday voted in favor of supporting the state in an ongoing lawsuit that claims funding of K-12 schools is so low that it violates the Colorado Constitution.
The operating budget for the university’s 2012-13 fiscal year allows for conditional raises for some.
The zoo on Monday renamed its award-winning exhibit that features lions, hyenas and African wild dogs the Bruce D. Benson Predator Ridge, in honor of the CU president and longtime Denver Zoo advocate.
The University of Colorado Board of Regents passionately agreed that student safety on campus is a No. 1 priority. They passionately disagreed, however, on how that can or should be enforced.
The audience at the brief ceremony included family, friends, colleagues from her career in education and leaders at CU, including President Bruce Benson and fellow regents Steve Bosley, Michael Carrigan and Joe Neguse.
The University of Colorado Board of Regents unanimously passed a long-discussed resolution on severance pay in cases of dismissal for cause, but only after making an amendment to the motion proposed by the Faculty Council.
The Board of Regents today voted to approve the $63.5 million package of improvements to the CU-Boulder recreation center, which students overwhelmingly requested earlier this year.