Bruno to leave CU-Boulder

By Staff




Frank Bruno

Frank Bruno



Frank Bruno, University of Colorado Boulder vice chancellor for administration, will leave the university Aug. 1 to become vice president of administration with Western Disposal Inc. of Boulder.

Bruno's portfolio as vice chancellor of administration covers the physical infrastructure of the campus, human resources, public safety and energy and sustainability. He joined CU-Boulder as vice chancellor for administration in June 2008.

"We wish Frank well in his future endeavors," said CU-Boulder Senior Vice Chancellor Ric Porreca. "He has been a key member of our leadership team, a collegial leader who has strengthened our partnership with local government and other CU stakeholders, and he has overseen a large number of programs and personnel with energy and diplomacy."

Bruno is credited with coordinating the campus's Ten Year Capital Facilities Master Plan in partnership with community stakeholders, with overseeing campus capital construction that included $500 million in projects, and with expanding CU's police presence and building key partnerships for sustainability on campus.

"This is a marvelous opportunity for me and my family," Bruno said. "I want to thank the university community for the last three years. It has been an honor to serve our faculty, staff and students, and to work with great partners in the city, county and state to help one of the great universities in the nation during a time of transformation."

The university has not announced a successor to Bruno.