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.
The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Nov. 15 concluded its two-day meeting at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus.
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.
University leadership from throughout the system was represented, along with faculty, staff, alumni, donors, CU Advocates and students.
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.
Two upgraded video scoreboards should be installed at Folsom Field on the CU-Boulder campus in time for the 2012 football season.
University of Colorado Regent Joseph Neguse, as well as other distinguished alums from the University of Colorado Law School, will be honored at the school’s annual Law Alumni Awards Banquet on March 14, 2012, at the Hyatt Colorado Convention Center Hotel in Denver. Neguse, a 2009 Law School graduate, will receive the Distinguished Recent Alumni [...]
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.
Gains are being made in attracting and retaining diverse students, but there’s still much more to be done. The Board of Regents heard the 2010-11 diversity report during its meeting Tuesday.