University of Colorado President Bruce D. Benson recently celebrated his 10th anniversary as president of his alma mater. He is the longest serving CU president in the past 65 years, and he’s not slowing down any time soon. CU on the Air host Ken McConnellogue, V.P. of university communications, talks with President Benson on his longevity and accomplishments, CU’s outstanding students, faculty and out of this world programs, and building an inclusive and collaborative culture of all types of diversity – from ethnicity to political thought.
Representing the faculty, staff and student populations, three University of Colorado community members have been named recipients of the 2018...
The Faculty Council last week celebrated one of its longtime members and two administrators for their contributions to the success of shared...
What makes a man like Bruce Benson come to work each day as President of the University of Colorado system? It's not the work that's been done. It's the work still left unfinished.
Three faculty members at the University of Colorado have joined the roster of President’s Teaching Scholars, those CU educators who skillfully integrate teaching and research at an exceptional level.
This month marks Bruce Benson’s 10th anniversary of becoming president of the University of Colorado, the institution where he earned his degree and which he long supported while working in business, philanthropy and civic leadership.
Darrell Stevens, Office of Advancement, is the recipient of the President’s Employee of the Year Award. He received the recognition and appreciation of exceptional job performance, which includes a $1,000 award, during a Tuesday ceremony presented by System Staff Council at 1800 Grant St.
The University of Colorado has introduced five newly designated Distinguished Professors, the highest honor awarded to faculty across the CU system’s four campuses.