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Milo the Lynx ready to time travel at CU Denver

Earlier this week, CU President Bruce Benson received his invitation to today’s CU Denver block party via special delivery. Campus mascot Milo the Lynx arrived...
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Benson: Cronin a 'dynamic leader' for CU fundraising operations

CU's new vice president for advancement has been vice chancellor of institutional advancement and chief executive officer of the Texas Tech Foundation Inc...
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CU raises $258.8 million in 2012-13, a record for private support

The university benefited from more than a quarter billion dollars in private support in the fiscal year ending June 30. That total exceeds the previous record...
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University looks to make most of research and discovery

CU is engaged in an effort to enhance its research operations and infrastructure, as well as to diversify the entities it partners with, all with the intent of...
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CU system joins with Coursera to explore MOOC-based learning, collaboration

The CU system has announced a new agreement with Coursera, a leading massive open online course (MOOC) platform, that will allow faculty members from all CU...
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Story of Bolder Boulder began with Bosley

CU Regent Steve Bosley traded his suit and tie for a Bolder Boulder logo polo shirt to offer a narrative history of the race during a brown bag lunch presented...
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CU to move quickly in hunt for new fundraising chief

The CU Board of Regents on Wednesday voted to to allow President Bruce Benson to deviate from the standard search process as he looks for a chief fundraiser to...
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Jabs’ pledge of $10 million a record gift for CU Denver

With the gift, the newly renamed Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship will expand its annual Business Plan competition to encompass universities throughout...
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Simpson delivers straight talk about reversing deficit

From left, businessman Jake Jabs, CU President Bruce Benson, retired Sen. Alan Simpson and CU Denver Business School Dean Sueann Ambron. (Photo: Casey A. Cass/...
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Three faculty members honored as exceptional educators

The title of CU President’s Teaching Scholar signifies the university system’s highest recognition of excellence in and commitment to learning and teaching, as...
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President’s town halls continue next week

The meetings are open to all campus community members; faculty and staff are encouraged to attend.
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Regents approve 3.1 percent salary pool for faculty, exempt professionals

The board on Tuesday agreed that keeping employees happy and keeping them, period, are necessary for the university’s continued success.
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Regents vote 6-3 in favor of tuition rates proposed by university leadership

During its Tuesday meeting at 1800 Grant St. in Denver, the CU Board of Regents voted to approve a slate of tuition rates requested by leadership at University...
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Bill seeking four-year degrees at community colleges dies

Senate Bill 165 -- co-sponsored by Sen. Nancy Todd, D-Aurora, and Rep. Jim Wilson, R-Chaffee – sought permission for Colorado’s 13 community colleges to grant...
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Benson brings town hall discussions to campuses starting next week

CU president will deliver an update on the state of the university, followed by a question-and-answer session with audience members. All faculty and staff are...
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U.S. Supreme Court declines to hear Churchill appeal

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday announced its denial to hear an appeal from former professor Ward Churchill, just over six months after the Colorado Supreme...
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Task Force on Efficiency reflects on progress at five-year mark

As the President’s Task Force on Efficiency approaches its fifth birthday in November, system administration leadership is reaching out to faculty and staff...
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Mullis slated for annual CU Advocacy Day

March 22 has been set as this year’s CU Advocacy Day at the Capitol, when leadership from the state and the University of Colorado invite the public to learn...
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Regents consider budget options

University of Colorado leadership last week recommended salary increase pools of 3.1 percent to 3.6 percent for the coming fiscal year as part of the proposed...
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CU-Boulder officials unveil $170 million athletic facilities upgrade proposal

CU will rely on $50 million in private support to execute the project, and a significant effort to raise funds from donors will now begin to support it. In...
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Chancellor Don Elliman loses 'interim' from title

The regents unanimously approved waiving the chancellor search and complimented Elliman on his work at the university the past year.
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Donors thanked for their transformative contributions

Special honoree Donald Bennallack is welcomed to the stage by CU Foundation Chair Carl "Spike" Eklund. Stories of life-changing university research, and the...
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Regents chair to faculty: Help us recruit brightest students

The Board of Regents will place phone calls to recruit the best, brightest students to University of Colorado campuses. The board's chair would like faculty...
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Groundbreaking on CU Denver’s signature building set for this morning

University and city leaders will plunge shovels into earth today, marking the start of construction on a signature building in CU Denver's 40-year history...
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Nominations requested for Faculty Community Service Award

The Office of Academic Affairs is accepting nominations for the annual Faculty Community Service Award, which is sponsored by an endowment from the Chase Corp...

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