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Ludwig, Faculty Council discuss future of online education at CU
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Ludwig, Faculty Council discuss future of online education at CU

In an appearance before the Faculty Council at its meeting last week, Regent Stephen Ludwig said he’s “discouraged” with the evolution of online education at...
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Pioneering spirit provides inspiration at CU Women Succeeding
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Pioneering spirit provides inspiration at CU Women Succeeding

About 140 faculty and staff from across the University of Colorado system gathered last week for the 13th annual CU Women Succeeding, a professional...
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UCCS student Alex Sinchak speaks at Friday’s Board of Regents
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Students make case for fossil fuel divestment to Board of Regents

A student movement aimed at persuading the University of Colorado to end its investment in the fossil fuel industry stirred discussion at last week’s meeting...
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Construction, maintenance goals outlined for state legislators

University of Colorado leaders on Tuesday made their case for construction, renovation and maintenance needs across the system during an annual presentation to...
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Regents sworn in at CU Denver

The CU Board of Regents on Wednesday officially welcomed two new members and one returning member as the three recently elected representatives took their...
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Faculty Council hears update on review of retirement plans

CU’s first review of retirement offerings in 20 years is nearing a conclusion.
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Regents hear latest on program prioritization efforts

Leaders at the University of Colorado Denver last month were the latest to present findings of program prioritization to the CU Board of Regents, which also...
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Global picture, personal stories in focus at GLBTI Symposium

The Faculty Council GLBTI (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Issues) Committee’s third annual symposium brought together about 100 faculty, staff and...
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Griego re-elected; Carson, Shoemaker set to join Board of Regents

Voters in three of Colorado’s congressional districts on Tuesday chose their representatives to the University of Colorado Board of Regents.
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CU South Denver aims for collaboration among four campuses

Leadership at the new CU South Denver is working with faculty at the four CU campuses to determine academic programming that best serves the surrounding...
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Inclusiveness stressed at 'homegrown' Diversity Summit

Touted as a “homemade, homegrown event” by CU Denver Associate Vice Chancellor Brenda J. Allen, the University of Colorado Diversity Summit drew more than 500...
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Three regents races on November ballot

Because incumbents James Geddes, R-Sedalia, and Joe Neguse, D-Broomfield, are not running for re-election, the board will welcome at least two new members in...
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Fundraising boosts third edition of GLBTI Symposium

Highly successful fundraising has given a boost to the third annual GLBTI Faculty Council Symposium, which is well on its way to reaching capacity for...
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Higher education funding discussion draws crowd in Colorado Springs

Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak answers a question during a CDHE-sponsored meeting Oct. 9. Facilitator Brenda Morrison is in the background. A standing-room-...
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Five questions for Laura Borgelt

Whether she’s swimming the English Channel or navigating the sometimes rocky waters of shared governance, the new chair of Faculty Council remains committed in...
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Advocate of the Year’s love affair with CU lasts a lifetime

George Gramer’s loyalty to CU took root for him in high school.
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Regents Hybl, Griego discuss funding challenges with Faculty Council

Citing forecasts that show the possibility of public higher education receiving no state funding in the future, members of the Board of Regents told Faculty...
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New Folsom Field seating closing in on finish line

With the Colorado Buffaloes season debut at Folsom Field fast approaching, CU-Boulder Athletic Director Rick George told a Board of Regents committee on...
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Faculty see positives, challenges identified in social climate survey

Members of the CU Faculty Council last week discussed findings of the university’s recent Social Climate Survey, reviewing positives and potential challenges...
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Five questions for Kathleen Bollard

As the president’s liaison between system administration and the campuses’ faculty, her skillful communication is among the traits that helped her recently...
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Social Climate Survey shows many positives, some room for improvement

The University of Colorado has a tolerant, respectful social climate, according to a recent systemwide survey requested by the Board of Regents.
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Regents roundup

New CU-Boulder college approved, capital construction projects move forward, vice president of advancement named, new chair and vice chair elected, more.
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Regent Meeting Roundup

A collection of articles from the University of Colorado's Board of Regents meeting June 26-27: Update: Social climate survey shows many positives, some room...
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CU-Boulder students, elementary schoolers discover ties that bind

By spending time at Boulder Public Library with CU undergraduates, elementary school students from Boulder County in the Reading Buddies program turn a page in...
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Garage plan gets mixed reviews from regents committee

The $24.8 million project was advanced by the committee to the full board, along with all other capital projects proposed by all the campuses in their two-year...

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