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Five questions for Anna Ferris

Anna Ferris says her job is "bringing order to chaos." As head of Special Collections and Archives Cataloging at the University of Colorado Boulder's Norlin...
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Report coming soon on how benefits compare to other universities

A comprehensive report comparing benefits, including tuition waivers, at comparable-sized universities around the nation will be released within a month,...
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Journalism faculty members stress relevancy before advisory committee

Professors from the School of Journalism and Mass Communications (SJMC) at the University of Colorado at Boulder spoke passionately Tuesday, Sept. 7, about...
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Five Questions for Mary Dando

Mary Dando's first foray into international travel came at a young age. Since then, it's been her passion and her avocation. She first began working in the...
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Five Questions for Katja Friedrich

May and June are a most perfect and tumultuous time of year for Katja Friedrich. That's when blue skies turn black, swirling clouds become furious funnels and...
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Forums next step as SJMC begins evolution process

The formal process of program discontinuation for the University of Colorado's School of Journalism and Mass Communication (SJMC) begins today, but it is still...
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Five Questions for Joe Morgan

Joe Morgan wears the number 719 over his eye black as a joke during the 2005 National Championship, when Texas beat the University of Southern California. USC'...
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Five Questions for Robert Kuehler

As an assistant vice president and the university controller, Robert Kuehler is responsible for the overall accuracy of financial reporting and for ensuring...
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Staff survey indicates wide-ranging opinions on hot topics

Respondents of a recent staff survey were split on whether a guiding principle of the university proposed by Regent Jim Geddes that specifically focuses on...
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Co-chairs to lead Staff Council in coming year

The University of Colorado Staff Council will be directed by co-chairs for the upcoming year in an effort to ensure continuity of leadership and communication...
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Five Questions for Brian Shimamoto

Could you count on one hand the number of great bosses you’ve had? Would it take a calculator to record the not-so-great ones? Brian Shimamoto believes...
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Five Questions for Beverly Andes

Andes Beverly Andes' career in higher education began almost 20 years ago, in the spring of 1991, when she was hired as a "Clerk 2" to answer phones, type...
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Five Questions for Fred Coolidge

UCCS' Fred Coolidge, right, professor of psychology, with Tom Wynn, professor of anthropology, and friends If you could only use one word to describe Fred...
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Five Questions for Leonard Dinegar

At his award presentation, Leonard Dinegar is joined by his wife, Christina, right, and Wynn Pericak, special assistant to the senior vice president and chief...
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Higher ed flexibility headed to governor's desk

Having received final approval from the Colorado House on Monday, May 10, the higher education flexibility bill has been passed to Gov. Bill Ritter for his...
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Staff Council weighs in on proposed 'intellectual diversity' guideline

Saying an amendment to the University of Colorado's guiding principles that focuses on faculty "intellectual diversity" was too narrow, the University of...
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Five Questions for Connie Graham

Fundraising always has played an important role at the University of Colorado, but as state funding for higher education declines, donor gifts become even more...
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Higher ed flexibility legislation moves forward

Senate Bill 10-003, the legislation that would give higher education institutions greater freedom in determining tuition and financial affairs, passed a third...
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Boulder campus gets Googled for mapping project

Thousands of campus denizens wander the University of Colorado at Boulder by bike or on foot, but later this year, the entire world will get to take the tour...
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Five Questions for Steve Lekson

Steve Lekson has stirred up a lot of dust in his time. He's spent years researching prominent archaeological sites, including Chaco Canyon in New Mexico,...
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State budget-balancing measure leads to shift in PERA contributions

University of Colorado employees who are PERA members will see a 2.5 percent reduction in wages during the 2010-11 fiscal year in order to comply with a new...
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UPDATE: Flex bill clears first hurdle at Capitol

The Colorado legislative bill aimed at giving higher education institutions more flexibility in financial affairs and in setting tuition rates was unanimously...
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Five Questions for Kerry Paterson

Kerry Paterson, executive chef at the University of Colorado at Boulder, gets cooking in the Kittredge Commons kitchen. Kerry Paterson has some extremely...
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Five questions for Roxanna Winslow

Roxanna Winslow, right, and Mollie Young are transition project managers at the University of Colorado Denver. Moving can be a nightmare. The packing, the...
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Staffers honored for stellar service

From left, Alexis Kelly, Stephanie Hanenberg, Lisa Province and Donna Maes display their service excellence awards at the All Staff Council Conference on...

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