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Update: Academic Building to be first in new CU Denver neighborhood on Auraria Campus

Capital construction for a new academic building on the Auraria Campus to be occupied solely by the University of Colorado Denver faculty, staff and students...
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Update: CU names Patrick O’Rourke vice president and university counsel/ secretary to Board of Regents

O’Rourke, now serves as managing senior associate university counsel, overseeing CU’s litigation efforts in state and federal court for the university’s four...
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Regents voice support for new CU Accountability Data Center

The Board of Regents on Wednesday recognized a new system website that promotes accountability and quick and easy information access.
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New CU-Boulder College of Media, Design and the Arts proposed

Provost Russell L. Moore on Tuesday formally accepted a report by the Information, Communication, Journalism, Media and Technology (ICJMT) Steering Committee.
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Strategic plan headed to Board of Regents

A UCCS strategic plan that will guide the campus for the next eight years will be shared with the CU Board of Regents at the board’s meetings April 18-19 in...
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CU’s Accountability Data Center provides figures, facts in one spot

Details on the institution’s finances, academic practices, personnel and more are now easily accessible at this central access point.
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UBAB, other ‘boiling issues’ inspire discussion among Staff Council members

Council members were unanimously in favor of “continuing UBAB’s role.” Council Chair Carla Johnson will develop a formal resolution, which will be reviewed by...
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Faculty grievances remain at low level

In the current academic year, three grievances have been filed – two at the University of Colorado Boulder, one at the University of Colorado Denver. Two...
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Regents examine revised tuition proposals; vote expected in April

The board on Wednesday heard revised 2012-13 tuition proposals for each of the university’s four campuses as well as a breakdown of how the tuition would be...
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Regents delay taking official stand on state transparency legislation

Regent Sue Sharkey had brought to the meeting a resolution calling for support of House Bill 1252, Transparency of Higher Ed Financial Information, which would...
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Board of Regents honors visionaries for commitment, service

Regents unanimously approved the 2012 honorary degree, distinguished service and university medal award recipients.
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Search under way for next VP, University Counsel, Secretary of Regents

A search committee has begun its work in helping to identify the university’s next Vice President, University Counsel and Secretary of the Board of Regents, a...
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University ‘disappointed’ in Supreme Court’s gun ruling

Safety of students, faculty, staff, visitors remains university's top priority.
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CU Denver Staff Council seeking members

CU Denver Staff Council is a group of employees who were elected by peers to represent employee views to the chancellor of the University of Colorado Denver,...
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With Bacon retiring, provost search to begin

Peg Bacon UCCS soon will launch a national search for a new provost, with the goal of hiring a permanent replacement for Margaret “Peg” Bacon by July 1,...
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CU strives to cut costs while maintaining education standards

Having faced budgeted institutional support reductions of $23 million from fiscal year 2009 to 2012, the University of Colorado has become adept at doing more...
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Regents expand in-state tuition status for military families

The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Wednesday authorized a new systemwide program that will offer in-state tuition to dependents of military...
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New video displays coming to Folsom Field

Two upgraded video scoreboards should be installed at Folsom Field on the CU-Boulder campus in time for the 2012 football season.
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State files appeal in Lobato education funding case

Colorado Attorney General John Suthers this week appealed a Denver district judge’s recent decision against the state in Lobato v. Colorado, which claims...
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Regents weighing tuition options

The CU Board of Regents heard tuition proposals from all campuses during Wednesday’s meeting at system administration offices at 1800 Grant St., Denver.
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Suthers: Lobato outcome could pose threat to higher ed

If a lawsuit claiming that Colorado is constitutionally underfunding K-12 education were to succeed, the impact on higher education would be hard to predict.
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Report: Without structural changes, state’s revenue forecast is bleak

A study by the University of Denver presented Wednesday to the CU Board of Regents contends the revenue structure in Colorado is broken.
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Five questions for Tillie Bishop

Regent Bishop’s journey in state politics began with a poker game, led to decades of leadership under the gold dome and concludes with his current term as a...
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Update: Regent Bishop won’t seek re-election

University of Colorado Regent Tilman “Tillie” Bishop, who has served on the board since 2007, says he will not seek a second term this year.
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UCH proposal unanimous choice of Memorial Task Force

The University of Colorado Hospital is leading a partnership group that was unanimously selected for consideration to operate Colorado Springs’ Memorial...

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