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Social Climate Survey set to relaunch

A revamped CU Social Climate Survey is expected to be distributed this week after the Board of Regents and administrators made changes to the instrument in the...
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Fundraising for new athletics facilities celebrated at spring football game

The University of Colorado Boulder plans to break ground May 12 on several new athletics facilities and upgrades to Folsom Field after a record-breaking year...
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Program Prioritization results to be shared Monday at forum

Pam Shockley-Zalabak Preliminary results of efforts to review and categorize 59 degree and 66 non-degree UCCS programs will be shared with faculty and staff...
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Faculty Council discusses program prioritization, Social Climate Survey with Hybl

Council members took the opportunity to express concerns over the amount of additional work for faculty and staff generated by the program prioritization...
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Social Climate Survey to return soon

The CU Board of Regents is expected to launch a revised and updated Social Climate Survey in the coming days after Faculty Council expressed concerns about the...
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Social Climate Survey underway

The Social Climate Survey, which requires about 10 minutes to finish, must be accessed via a link included in emails that were sent systemwide on Wednesday.
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Regents approve 3 percent salary increases for faculty, exempt professionals

The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Friday approved a 3 percent merit salary increase pool for faculty and exempt professionals, as well as a state-...
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Tuition rates for 2014-15 set by Board of Regents

In most cases, the increases affecting resident undergraduate tuition are about 3.4 percent, well below the 6 percent expected to be allowed this year by state...
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Update: Regents approve salary increases for faculty, staff

The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Friday approved a 3 percent merit salary increase pool for faculty and exempt professionals, as well as a state-...
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Update: Regents set 2014-15 tuition rates

The University of Colorado Board of Regents today approved tuition rates throughout the system for the 2014-15 fiscal year. In most cases, the increases...
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Alzheimer's research highlighted at CU Advocacy Day

The event was hosted by the CU Office of Government Relations and CU Advocates Program and drew lawmakers; several CU Regents; CU President Bruce Benson and...
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Social Climate Survey set to begin in April

In a letter expected to be delivered today to the university community, Board of Regents Chairman Michael Carrigan and President Bruce Benson are asking for...
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Regents recognize commitment, service of exceptional individuals

Balsells, Claman, Hill, Pinchuk and Schroffel to be recognized at commencement ceremonies this spring.
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Faculty Council weighs in on vice presidential search process

A proposed change to the Board of Regents’ policy regarding searches for vice president positions is being reconsidered following objections from the Faculty...
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Regents considering rates of salary increases, tuition changes

For the coming fiscal year, administrators are recommending 4.5 percent raises for classified staff, to match the Joint Budget Committee’s stipulation for...
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Update: Regents considering rates of salary increases, tuition changes

The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Thursday began considering campus and system recommendations for faculty and staff raises and for increases in...
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Update: Regents approve sale of Ninth and Colorado property to Continuum Partners

9th and Colorado Phased Development Plan The University of Colorado Board of Regents this morning approved the sale of CU’s former Health Sciences Center at...
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Fundraising strong as CU-Boulder moves forward with athletics facilities

CU-Boulder Athletic Director Rick George updated the Board of Regents on Wednesday, noting that more than half of the $50 million required to begin...
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Phishing attack could have been worse

About 2,700 emails were sent to CU Denver addresses in an effort to obtain user name and password information.
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Data-driven Program Prioritization process begins

Kelli Klebe and Susan Szpyrka conduct a program evaluator training session on Feb. 5. (Photo: Philip Denman) In 10 program evaluator training sessions last...
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Benson: State ‘stepping up’ with plan to boost higher ed funding by $100 million

Senate Bill 1, aka the College Affordability Act, requires an agreement by higher education institutions not to raise tuition any more than 6 percent next year.
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First week of lawmaking session puts spotlight on higher education

The first week of the Legislature’s 2014 session brought early arriving bills with implications for CU and other higher education institutions across the state.
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Vision for CU discussed by regents at retreat

The University of Colorado Board of Regents began the process of setting broad goals for the university at its mid-winter retreat late last week at President...
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CU leaders oppose boycott of Israeli academic institutions

The American Studies Association last month voted to boycott Israel’s higher-education institutions as a protest of Israeli treatment of Palestinians, a...
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Regents to consider CU vision, board self-assessment

The board's retreat is set for Friday and Saturday at President Bruce Benson’s Silverthorne ranch.

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