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Achievements in academics, service recognized with CU’s 2013 Jefferson Award

Faculty, staff, student winners of high honor demonstrate excellence in academic responsibilities while contributing outstanding service to the broader...
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System policy update: 15 changes take effect

The Office of Policy and Efficiency announced changes to administrative policy statements from the areas of academic affairs, administrative/ general, fiscal,...
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A CU first: Regents sworn in at UCCS

Four members of the University of Colorado Board of Regents took their oath of office Wednesday at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs campus, the...
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Regents pursue seven strategic directions

At its mid-winter retreat today and Friday, the CU Board of Regents will consider how to address the seven strategic directions it adopted in September.
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President at budget hearing: ‘We’re creating a culture of efficiency’

At his annual presentation Tuesday to the state’s Joint Budget Committee (JBC), Benson said the university estimates it has saved about $35 million in recent...
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Impact of CCHE's master plan remains to be seen

The new statewide master plan boasts aspirational goals that could affect the University of Colorado and other institutions.
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Benson: Governor’s budget request ‘great news for CU’

The governor recommended a $30 million increase in state funding to the higher education operating budget for Fiscal Year 2013-14. CU’s share would likely be...
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Elliman emphasizes student success in State of the University speech

Putting student success at the core of the university's mission while taking creative approaches to the funding puzzle were central themes of Chancellor Don...
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Six faculty members to join ranks of Distinguished Professors

The annual recognition goes to faculty members who demonstrate exemplary performance in research or creative work, a record of excellence in classroom teaching...
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CU lecturer and NIST scientist Wineland wins Nobel

Faculty member becomes fifth CU researcher to be honored with the Nobel Prize in science.
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Update: CU lecturer and NIST scientist Wineland wins Nobel

Physicist David J. Wineland, (Photo: National Institute of Standards and Technology) David J. Wineland, a lecturer in the University of Colorado Boulder...
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Regents aim to follow new budget process for coming year

Board hopes for campus CFOs to present "zero revenue change" budgets at the regents' November meeting.
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CU planning to offer contracts for non-tenure-track faculty

Leadership plans to make available contracts of up to three years for some non-tenure-track faculty, following new legislation adopted earlier this year that...
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Governor, university leaders hail new Business School as hub of innovation, entrepreneurship

Business School Dean Sueann Ambron receives a 'Thank You' card from Associate Professor Manuel Serapio during the grand opening celebration of the new Business...
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TTO’s Allen departing after decade at helm

As leader of the CU Technology Transfer Office, he is responsible for intellectual property and technology licensing matters across the CU campuses.
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CU research attracts $815.3 million in sponsored funding

Preliminary figures for the critical funding stream indicate one of the highest research totals in CU history.
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Former U.S. Attorney Miller to conduct independent review

Miller and his team have been asked to assess various university systems, procedures and actions related to the Aurora theater shooting suspect.
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Private support of $228.6 million sets new record

Nearly half the funds were donated through the University of Colorado Foundation, the university’s development and investment management arm.
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CU medical pros proved ‘exceptional’ in wake of devastation

The July 20 theater shootings in Aurora were followed by extraordinary efforts by medical professionals at the University of Colorado Hospital and the CU...
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New system policy changes take effect

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) announces changes to 10 administrative policy statements (APS) from the areas of academic affairs, fiscal, and human...
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Regents OK amicus brief in Lobato case

The board on Friday voted in favor of supporting the state in an ongoing lawsuit that claims funding of K-12 schools is so low that it violates the Colorado...
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Update: Regents OK amicus brief in Lobato case

POSTED JULY 13, 2012 The University of Colorado Board of Regents on Friday voted in favor of supporting the state in an ongoing lawsuit, Lobato v. Colorado,...
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Todd Saliman takes reins as CU’s chief financial officer

As the chief budget officer for the state of Colorado under former Gov. Bill Ritter, Saliman had to steer the budget for state government through some of the...
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Registration open for Coleman Institute National Conference

Registration is under way for the 12th annual Coleman Institute National Conference, set for Nov. 2, 2012.
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Benson honored by Denver Zoo

The zoo on Monday renamed its award-winning exhibit that features lions, hyenas and African wild dogs the Bruce D. Benson Predator Ridge, in honor of the CU...

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