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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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Chancellor Memo: HLC thanks, next steps
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Breaking news: Shockley-Zalabak to retire as UCCS chancellor

CU President Bruce Benson today informed the CU community that Dr. Pam Shockley-Zalabak, chancellor of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs since 2001,...
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Publication note: No CU Connections on Dec. 22, Dec. 29

CU Connections will not publish new issues on Dec. 22 and Dec. 29. Connections returns after the winter break on Thursday, Jan. 5. Deadline for submissions is...
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Strategic vision on horizon for Board of Regents
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Strategic vision on horizon for Board of Regents

The CU Board of Regents is proceeding with the development of a strategic vision, a new statement and document that would articulate the collective goals and...
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Board of Regents to welcome Ganahl, Kroll; Sharkey re-elected
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Board of Regents to welcome Ganahl, Kroll; Sharkey re-elected

Voters across the state on Tuesday chose a new at-large member of the University of Colorado Board of Regents, Heidi Ganahl, who will join District 1’s Jack...
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Faculty Council honors Regent Carrigan, hears update on FCQ review
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Faculty Council honors Regent Carrigan, hears update on FCQ review

Jay Dedrick/University of Colorado Faculty Council Chair Ravinder Singh presents Regent Michael Carrigan with an award and certificate of appreciation at the...
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Cheers to the cheerleaders: Brightest CU Advocates honored
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Cheers to the cheerleaders: Brightest CU Advocates honored

Celebrating its fifth anniversary, the CU Advocates program on Oct. 4 honored six of its members with awards during a reception at the Denver Country Club.
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Intercampus tuition benefit pilot study in the works; Faculty Council meeting coverage
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Intercampus tuition benefit pilot study in the works

A task force charged with studying how to improve the tuition waiver benefit for faculty and staff is pursuing a potential three-year pilot study that would...
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Komaro
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HR leader energized by problem solving

Komarow The newest member of CU’s human resources leadership team spoke with the Faculty Council during the governance group’s first meeting of the 2016-17...
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Board of Regents can’t decide on next chair
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Board of Regents can’t decide on next chair

The Board of Regents failed to elect a new chair June 17 at CU Boulder, the second such stalemate since 2013.
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Lifetime in education leads to global gathering in Denver
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Lifetime in education leads to global gathering in Denver

In the late 1940s, with World War II in the past and the world increasingly opening two-way avenues for college students and educators, Ruth Purkaple joined a...
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Singh
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Faculty Council elects new leadership

Faculty Council last week concluded its meeting schedule for the academic year with the election of a new leadership team and appearances by Regent Linda...
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New vice chancellor on a mission for CU South Denver
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New vice chancellor on a mission for CU South Denver

Luella Chavez D’Angelo used to drive past the Liniger Building at CU South Denver, not quite sure what to make of the only visual cue of the University of...
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As lawmakers assemble, budget uncertainty looms for CU
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Changes to state budget, new bills bring good news for CU

This week’s introduction of the 2016-17 Long Bill – the state’s proposed budget – brought with it unexpectedly good, welcome news for higher education and the...
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Ludwig on tuition waiver expansion: numbers first, then how to pay
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Ludwig on tuition waiver expansion: numbers first, then how to pay

CU’s tuition waiver benefit, which is being reviewed by administrators for potential changes and expansion, proved to be a focal point of discussion among...
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Diverse Learners Awareness Week set for April
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Diverse Learners Awareness Week set for April

Recipients of a CU system Diversity and Excellence Grant are planning the first in what they hope will become an annual series of activities spotlighting the...
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Modest increases proposed for tuition, employee merit pool
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Modest increases proposed for tuition, employee merit pool

Proposals for the 2016-17 budget year received last week by the CU Board of Regents include tuition and fee increases between 3 percent and 5 percent and an...
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Boulder Athletics capital project update, roundup of meeting action
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Regents roundup: Boulder Athletics facilities, more

With the final cost of improvements to Folsom Field totaling $24 million above the original budget, CU-Boulder leadership last week told the Board of Regents...

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