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Ludwig continues to shepherd three-year online degree
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Ludwig continues to shepherd three-year online degree

As a term-limited member of the Board of Regents, Stephen Ludwig knows his window for achieving objectives is now measured in months, rather than years. He led...
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CU leaders urge action by Colorado lawmakers on DACA
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Regents voice support for DACA students, workers

Underscoring an earlier statement by University of Colorado leadership , the CU Board of Regents on Sept. 7 urged Congress to take action to allow DACA (...
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CU Board of Regents
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Regents notes: Civic literacy; tenure approval

During the Sept. 7 Board of Regents meeting at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, the University Affairs Committee reported that it intends to engage faculty in a...
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Collaboration a constant for state’s premier research universities
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Collaboration a constant for state’s premier research universities

CU President Bruce Benson, CSU President Tony Frank and moderator Molly Hughes at the Aug. 30 Denver Post Education Forum in downtown Denver. The competition...
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CU Faculty Council
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Faculty Council debriefed on ‘challenging’ Tumpkin matter

Faculty Council used much of its first meeting of the new academic year to review administration’s handling of the Joe Tumpkin matter, with many acknowledging...
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CU Board of Regents
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Faculty Council expected to make statement on legal matter involving regent

Regent John Carson, involved in a federal lawsuit alleging discrimination by the mortgage company for whom he provides legal counsel, provided a statement to...
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Regent coverage
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Regents approve $4.11 billion budget

The CU Board of Regents on June 15 unanimously approved a budget of $4.11 billion for the 2017-18 fiscal year that begins July 1. The total represents an...
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Regent Coverage
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Sharkey takes helm of board

Board of Regents Chair Sue Sharkey Regent Sue Sharkey, R-Castle Rock, on Friday was elected chair of the CU Board of Regents. Sharkey succeeds Regent Irene...
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Regent coverage
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Regents notes: Construction projects, coach contract OK’d

The CU Board of Regents on June 15 approved program plans and/or revisions to several capital construction projects across the campuses, including: A new...
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CU Connections resumes weekly publication
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CU Connections to begin summer publication schedule in June

CU Connections will begin its summer publication schedule after the May 25, when issues will appear biweekly. New issues will not appear on the following dates...
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CU Faculty Council
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Faculty Council approves revisions to conflict-of-interest policy

The Faculty Council has passed a motion for approval to proposed revisions in Administrative Policy Statement 5012 , which clarifies requirements relating to...
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Reddy

CU names Reddy chancellor of UCCS

CU President Bruce D. Benson on May 8 named Venkat Reddy as chancellor of the Colorado Springs campus, effective immediately. Reddy, who has served as interim...
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Inclusive excellence honored at President’s Diversity Awards ceremony
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Inclusive excellence honored at President’s Diversity Awards ceremony

CU President Bruce Benson on Friday welcomed recipients of the 2017 President’s Diversity Awards to 1800 Grant St. for a reception and awards presentation. The...
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State improves college affordability for Olympic athletes
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State improves college affordability for Olympic athletes

Gov. John Hickenlooper and CU Boulder alumna Jenny Simpson are all smiles at the April 13 bill-signing ceremony. Olympic athletes training in Colorado will...
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CU Board of Regents April 2017
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Board continues budget review, approving tuition rates for next year

While awaiting final approval from the General Assembly for the state’s 2017-18 budget, the CU Board of Regents continues to advance CU’s proposed budget for...
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CU Board of Regents April 2017
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DACA, ASSET students have support of Board of Regents

Following up on concerns raised by students and other CU community members at the February Board of Regents meeting , the board on Friday approved a resolution...
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Backed by CU, contract flexibility bill signed into law
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Backed by CU, contract flexibility bill signed into law

Joined by CU Goverment Relations team members and state leaders, Gov. John Hickenlooper on Monday signs the CU-backed S.B. 17-041 into law. Gov. John...
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CU Regent Jack Kroll
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Kroll to Faculty Council: ‘I look forward to learning from this group’

CU Regent Jack Kroll One of the newest CU Regents spoke at the Faculty Council’s meeting March 9, discussing issues not just as a member of the institution’s...
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Faculty housing assistance benefit a tool for recruitment
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Faculty housing assistance benefit a tool for recruitment, retention

With all the appeal that life in Colorado carries for so many, it comes with an increasingly daunting hurdle: the cost of a home. So while benefits...
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Proposed 2017-18 budget lists modest tuition increases, merit pool
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Proposed 2017-18 budget lists modest tuition increases, merit pool

CU administration has put forward a proposed 2017-18 budget that includes tuition and fee increases between 3.14 percent and 4.91 percent, as well as a...
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Diverse Learners Awareness Week returns
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Diverse Learners Awareness Week returns

Events at CU Boulder, CU Denver celebrate variety of ways in which people learn
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CU Advocacy Day 2017
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CU community celebrates successes, eyes challenges at Capitol

Faculty, staff and students from across the University of Colorado came together with state leadership and members of the CU Advocates – the grassroots network...
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Faculty Council begins brainstorming for regents’ strategic vision
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Faculty Council begins brainstorming for regents’ strategic vision

Members of the CU Faculty Council last week were invited into an ongoing discussion about a new systemwide vision statement, which the Board of Regents hopes...
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New year, new Board of Regents
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New year, new Board of Regents

The CU Board of Regents on Friday officially welcomed its newest members, Heidi Ganahl and Jack Kroll, and returning Regent Sue Sharkey, all of whom took their...
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Lawmakers begin work for 2017
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Lawmakers begin work for 2017

Proposed changes to laws affecting higher education employment contracts and tuition classification for Olympic athletes are the first measures being supported...

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