As votes across Colorado continued to be tallied on Wednesday, three seats on the Board of Regents had been determined, with a fourth too close to call. Candidates Wanda L. James and Frank McNulty were elected to six-year terms in Districts 1 and 4, respectively, while sitting Regent Ken Montera was the victor in District 5.
Voters across the state on Nov. 8 will decide four seats on the Board of Regents, sending at least three new members, and possibly four, to the...
With such a significant cost burden, considering a switch to generic drugs over brand-name drugs could help manage your and your family’s health care spending. Not only do generic drugs save you money, they also save the CU health plans money.
The Board of Regents today approved a $5.52 billion budget for the 2022-23 fiscal year. The systemwide total reflects a 3.2% increase over CU’s budget for the current year. As presented at today’s board meeting, the budget includes a 3% across-the-board compensation increase for classified staff and a 3% merit pool for faculty and non-classified staff, and makes investments in institutional financial aid, deferred maintenance in facilities, campus budget initiatives and advancing the systemwide strategic plan.
This year our state government relations team will continue to focus their efforts on state support for higher education through the budget, capital development and policy initiatives that benefit our students, faculty and staff.
Mary Coussons-Read brings no small number of perspectives to her role as chair of Faculty Council, a systemwide governance group. Her experience as a faculty member at CU Denver and UCCS naturally informs her view, as does time spent as an administrator at both campuses.