From: CU-Boulder Administrative E-Memo (memofrom@Colorado.EDU)
Date: Wed May 30 2007 - 21:33:16 MDT
Date: Wed, 30 May 2007 21:33:16 -0600 (MDT) From: CU-Boulder Administrative E-Memo <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: CU Foundation Names Dr. Michel Dahlin as Assistant Vice President
TO: Boulder Campus Teaching & Research Faculty,
Deans, Directors, Dept Chairs, System Administration
FROM: Office of the President
SENDER: Office of the President
DATE: May 30, 2007
SUBJECT: CU Foundation Names Dr. Michel Dahlin as Assistant Vice President
for Foundation and Corporate Relations
CU Foundation Names Dr. Michel Dahlin as Assistant Vice President for
Foundation and Corporate Relations
The University of Colorado Foundation (CUF) is pleased to announce that Dr.
Michel Dahlin will join the Foundation as Assistant Vice President for
Foundation and Corporate Relations in July 2007. Dr. Dahlin, currently the
system Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, has worked in the CU
President's office since 1993.
Dr. Dahlin started her career at CU in 1983 as a faculty member in the Colorado
Springs History Department. She has held a variety of positions at CU
including tenured faculty member, department chair, interim vice chancellor for
academic affairs, assistant and associate vice president for academic affairs
and interim vice president for academic affairs and research. Michel has worked
closely with both faculty members and administrators at all the campuses,
helping to gain approval for new degree programs from the Regents and the
Colorado Commission on Higher Education and writing and revising the academic
policies of the university.
"We are extremely pleased to have someone with Michel's talent on board to
develop the national Foundation market. We believe there is enormous potential
to raise substantial new support for CU and Michel is uniquely positioned to
tell our story and tap those resources," CUF Senior Vice President Steve Moise
Dr. Dahlin received her B.A. from Wellesley College and her M.A. and Ph.D. in
History from Stanford University. She taught at Northwestern University and the
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee before coming to CU. She has taught a wide
range of courses in American History, including women's, family, urban, and
social history. Her research specialty is the history of old age in America.
"Helping to bring together faculty with exciting research projects and private
foundations that want to fund innovative research is a dream job," said Dahlin.
"I hope to use my skills as a communicator and my knowledge of CU to bring
together our outstanding faculty and appropriate national foundations. We have
scholars and ideas that national foundations will want to support."
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