University Perspective Program announces 2017 Graduates

By Staff

University Perspective Program announces 2017 Graduates

The University Perspective Program at CU has announced its 2017 class of graduates.

Founded in 1987 (and originally referred to as the University Fellows program), the University Perspective Program has an alumni list of over 400 graduates. The program’s goal is to provide staff with a broader knowledge of the CU system and its interactions with the Board of Regents, the Legislature, the community and the state.

The program continues to “wow” participants as they are given an opportunity to learn firsthand, through organized visits to each of the four campuses in the CU System, about the unique role and mission of each campus, as well as the CU system office. Participants also learn about the legislative process by visiting the Capitol, and gain insight into the CU Boulder relationship with the city of Boulder.

The University Perspective Program is a testament of the commitment to employee learning and leadership development on the part of CU Boulder and CU system executive leaders. Participants come away from the program as stronger ambassadors of CU Boulder and the CU system.

2017 Graduates:

  • Amy Westfeldt, Office of Advancement
  • Tracee DeAntoni, Department of Human Resources
  • Jessica Oppen, Office of Admissions
  • Robert M. Leo, Facilities Management
  • Jason Straub, Institutional Research
  • Erick Aguirre, Office of Financial Aid
  • Laura Snyder, Office of Information Technology
  • Lori Black, Office of Infrastructure and Safety
  • Lauren Hasselbacher, Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance
  • Nicole LaRocque, Recreational Services
  • John Helmers, Leeds School of Business
  • Lauren Cole, Aerospace Engineering Sciences
  • Maria Castro Barajas, ODECE Pre-Collegiate Development Programs
  • Beth Myers, College of Engineering and Applied Science
  • Quentin McAndrew, Graduate School
  • Alicia Turchette, Women and Gender Studies
  • Ari Harrison, Office of Information Technology
  • Rory Korpela, College of Engineering and Applied Science

Coordinated by Lauren Harris, Senior Training and Development Specialist