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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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Update: Advancement structure undergoing changes as vice president departs

The evolution of CU’s fundraising operations continued this week with changes to reporting structure at campuses and system administration, as well as the...
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TV shines spotlight on Anschutz Health and Wellness Center

For anyone wanting to be completely surprised as Tuesday night’s season premiere of “Extreme Weight Loss” unfolded, Charita Smith was a strutting, smiling...
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Faculty engagement with fundraising is key

Some members of the CU Faculty Council say the university’s educators have historically been underutilized in the university’s fundraising mission, and CU Vice...
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Funding boost for universities, colleges made official

A significant boost in state funding for higher education was made official May 1 with Gov. John Hickenlooper’s signing of Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), which...
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Program Prioritization findings presented to Board of Regents

Some board members voiced concern about the information not going deep enough – to the point where specific courses could be identified as possible areas of...
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Regents roundup

More news and notes from the Tuesday and Wednesday meeting of the CU Board of Regents on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus.
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Search underway for next academic affairs VP

University leadership has begun the work of determining the next Vice President for Academic Affairs at the University of Colorado system.
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Faculty Council discusses program prioritization, Social Climate Survey with Hybl

Council members took the opportunity to express concerns over the amount of additional work for faculty and staff generated by the program prioritization...
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Regents approve 3 percent salary increases for faculty, exempt professionals

The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Friday approved a 3 percent merit salary increase pool for faculty and exempt professionals, as well as a state-...
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Tuition rates for 2014-15 set by Board of Regents

In most cases, the increases affecting resident undergraduate tuition are about 3.4 percent, well below the 6 percent expected to be allowed this year by state...
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Update: Regents set 2014-15 tuition rates

The University of Colorado Board of Regents today approved tuition rates throughout the system for the 2014-15 fiscal year. In most cases, the increases...
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Faculty Council weighs in on vice presidential search process

A proposed change to the Board of Regents’ policy regarding searches for vice president positions is being reconsidered following objections from the Faculty...
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Faculty Council requests input on revisions to bylaws

Faculty Council has made an initial effort to suggest minor revisions to provide more accurate, or updated, reflections of faculty governance processes,...
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Marks, Aagaard talk mentoring at CU Women Succeeding

Representing all four campuses and system administration, attendees convened at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus to take advantage of opportunities for...
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New cu.edu more responsive to users – and devices

Developers took a “mobile first” approach to designing the site, taking into consideration technologies that people use to access the Web now and in the future.
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Regents considering rates of salary increases, tuition changes

For the coming fiscal year, administrators are recommending 4.5 percent raises for classified staff, to match the Joint Budget Committee’s stipulation for...
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Update: Regents considering rates of salary increases, tuition changes

The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Thursday began considering campus and system recommendations for faculty and staff raises and for increases in...
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Fundraising strong as CU-Boulder moves forward with athletics facilities

CU-Boulder Athletic Director Rick George updated the Board of Regents on Wednesday, noting that more than half of the $50 million required to begin...

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