Regents vote to create diversity VP
The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Friday voted to create the system-level position of vice president for diversity, inclusion and retention, after a spirited discussion about the need for the position and its potential cost.
Regents study cost, value of research
The University of Colorado in 2015-16 tallied an impressive $924 million in sponsored research funding from federal, state and local entities, an increase of about $6 million from $878 in 2014-15. At the request of CU Regent Stephen Ludwig, D-Denver, the Board of Regents at its Sept. 8 meeting heard from Todd Saliman, vice president for budget and finance and chief financial officer, and the campus chancellors on how much of that research money comes from each campus’s budget.
Chancellor uses campus report to help regents prepare for HLC visit
UCCS Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak highlighted record enrollment growth and new programs during her campus report to the University of Colorado Board of Regents at their Sept. 9 meeting here.
Regents vote to support five new UCCS graduate certificate programs
Five new graduate gainful employment certificate programs at UCCS won unanimous approval from the University of Colorado Board of Regents at their meeting on campus Sept. 8 in a vote that clears the way for state support.