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.”
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.
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.
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.
Winners in three of the four CU Board of Regents races were known a day after Tuesday’s election, while the fate of the final spot remained too close to call on Wednesday afternoon.
Four of the nine seats on the Board of Regents will be decided in Tuesday’s general election, with a guarantee of at least one new member joining.
The six-year terms of three of the regents elected Nov. 6 will begin in January. The winner of the fourth race, representing the state’s 7th Congressional District, will serve the final two years of the term begun by former Regent Monisha Merchant.
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 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 Board of Regents today authorized a 2 percent salary pool, enabling merit increases for many faculty, officers and exempt professionals in the 2012-13 fiscal year.
The university’s brand isn’t a logo or a slogan. It’s the feelings and perceptions our constituents have about the University of Colorado as part of their recognition of and interaction with us.
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.