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CU President Bruce Benson
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CU President Bruce D. Benson announces retirement

University of Colorado President Bruce D. Benson today announced his retirement, effective July 2019. Bruce Benson Benson, who earned a geology degree from CU...
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New policy provides four weeks paid parental leave

Kathy Nesbitt, vice president of employee and information services, began her June 21 presentation to the Board of Regents at CU Boulder saying, “I am here to...
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CU Board of Regents
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Regents notes: Discussion of emerging issues; athletics contracts

The CU Board of Regents plans to set aside an hour at each regular meeting to discuss emerging issues that could become relevant to the university, an...
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CU Advocates Day at the State Capitol
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Summit of leaders – and a call to action – at CU Advocacy Day

Gov. John Hickenlooper addresses the audience at Tuesday's CU Advocacy Day at the Capitol. (All photos by Trevr Merchant) Tuesday’s CU Advocacy Day at the...
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•	Game-changing online education proposal approved by CU regents
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Game-changing online education proposal approved by CU regents

Cathy Beuten/University of Colorado Regent Stephen Ludwig introduces online education goals at this month's Board of Regents meeting. The University of...
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Strategic Vision Framework moves closer to completion

The CU Board of Regents last week received the first draft of the Strategic Vision Framework , a systemwide initiative that defines the future of the...
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Sharkey takes helm of board

Board of Regents Chair Sue Sharkey Regent Sue Sharkey, R-Castle Rock, on Friday was elected chair of the CU Board of Regents. Sharkey succeeds Regent Irene...
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Regents notes: Construction projects, coach contract OK’d

The CU Board of Regents on June 15 approved program plans and/or revisions to several capital construction projects across the campuses, including: A new...
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New year, new Board of Regents
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New year, new Board of Regents

The CU Board of Regents on Friday officially welcomed its newest members, Heidi Ganahl and Jack Kroll, and returning Regent Sue Sharkey, all of whom took their...
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Video/photo feature: First Responders Appreciation Night honors Officer Garrett Swasey

Video/photo feature: First Responders Appreciation Night honors Officer Garrett Swasey

More than 50 people attended a campus candelight vigil Nov. 28 to honor first responders and UCCS police officer Garrett Swasey, who died Nov. 27, 2015 in the...
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Board of Regents to welcome Ganahl, Kroll; Sharkey re-elected
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Board of Regents to welcome Ganahl, Kroll; Sharkey re-elected

Voters across the state on Tuesday chose a new at-large member of the University of Colorado Board of Regents, Heidi Ganahl, who will join District 1’s Jack...
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Regent candidates come together for debate
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Regent candidates come together for debate

The three announced candidates for the District 1 seat on the CU Board of Regents assembled Tuesday night at CU Denver for this election year’s first debate,...
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Regents OK modest increases to tuition, compensation
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Regents OK modest increases to tuition, compensation

The CU Board of Regents on Monday voted to approve a slate of modest tuition increases at campuses for the next fiscal year. They are among the lowest rate...
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Construction, maintenance goals outlined for state legislators

University of Colorado leaders on Tuesday made their case for construction, renovation and maintenance needs across the system during an annual presentation to...
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Gala raises over $170,000 for combat veterans at CU Denver, CU Anschutz

Army veterans who are now students at CU Denver and CU Anschutz enjoy dinner with their wives at the "Combat to Classroom" gala at The Liniger Building at CU...
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Faculty see positives, challenges identified in social climate survey

Members of the CU Faculty Council last week discussed findings of the university’s recent Social Climate Survey, reviewing positives and potential challenges...
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Regents roundup

New CU-Boulder college approved, capital construction projects move forward, vice president of advancement named, new chair and vice chair elected, more.
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Garage plan gets mixed reviews from regents committee

The $24.8 million project was advanced by the committee to the full board, along with all other capital projects proposed by all the campuses in their two-year...
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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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CU receives warm welcome from south Denver

Maureen Tarrant, CEO of Sky Ridge Medical Center, talks about the benefits of CU offering health care education programs at its new south Denver classroom...
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A letter from the Board of Regents to the CU community

We write today to convey recent actions by the Board of Regents and hope to dispel some misconceptions that have recently come to our attention.
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Rivera honored as CU Advocate of the Year

Pueblo resident receives award at event marking the second anniversary of the launch of CU Advocates, a network of people engaged in grass-roots support of the...
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Regents re-elect Carrigan as chair, Sharkey as vice chair

At a special meeting, Michael Carrigan, D-Denver, was re-elected on a 4-3 vote, with two members of the nine-member board abstaining. Steve Bosley, R-Longmont...
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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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Regents, local leaders on hand for state funding discussion at UCCS

CU Regent Sue Sharkey speaks at a meeting of the CU Advocates while event organizer Michele McKinney stands by. Twenty years ago, a student at any CU campus...

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