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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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Administrative efficiency: Getting better, with room for improvement

A new report summarizing an efficiency survey shows that 81 percent of respondents indicated they’ve seen progress in streamlining policies, and 73 percent...
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Benson: State ‘stepping up’ with plan to boost higher ed funding by $100 million

Senate Bill 1, aka the College Affordability Act, requires an agreement by higher education institutions not to raise tuition any more than 6 percent next year.
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Q&A: Tanya Kelly-Bowry

With the 2014 legislative session underway, the Office of Government Relations is front and center at the state Capitol and in Washington, D.C., tracking key...
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Faculty Council calls attention to ‘uncompensated merit’

The motion was brought to the council by its Budget Committee, which originally referred to the issue as “salary compression.”
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First week of lawmaking session puts spotlight on higher education

The first week of the Legislature’s 2014 session brought early arriving bills with implications for CU and other higher education institutions across the state.
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Budget boost, capital construction priorities for CU at 2014 Legislature

Colorado lawmakers convened Wednesday at the Capitol for the start of the 2014 legislative session, which is expected to lead to a welcome increase in funding...
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CU-Boulder faculty member receives Excellence in Leadership Award

Diane Sieber, Ph.D., associate dean for education in the College of Engineering and Applied Science, was honored with the annual award from the systemwide...
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Faculty Council approves APS changes

The CU Faculty Council voted to approve proposed changes to two Administrative Policy Statements (APS) during the council’s Dec. 5 meeting at 1800 Grant St.
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Program prioritization is underway at campuses

The Board of Regents’ program prioritization process is underway on all CU campuses, though some are further along than others, the board heard Tuesday during...
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Athletics upgrades at CU-Boulder get OK from regents

A $140 million plan for new and redesigned athletics facilities at the University of Colorado Boulder is moving forward.
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Carrigan: Regents want improved lines of communication

Board of Regents Chair Michael Carrigan told the Faculty Council that he wants to establish a higher profile for communication from the board to the faculty,...
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CU’s Nobel Laureates: ‘Our pride and joy’

Only 846 individuals have been honored with the Nobel Prize in its 112-year history, and the University of Colorado is proud to claim five of them.
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Program prioritization raises concerns for faculty

Regents Stephen Ludwig and Glen Gallegos brought discussion of program prioritization to the Faculty Senate’s Oct. 24 meeting, where Faculty Senate/Faculty...
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Leaders in health care, economics recognized as Distinguished Professors

The honor goes annually to faculty members who demonstrate exemplary performance in research or creative work, a record of excellence in classroom teaching and...
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Rivera honored as CU Advocate of the Year

Pueblo resident receives award at event marking the second anniversary of the launch of CU Advocates, a network of people engaged in grass-roots support of the...

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