IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Note to Our Readers: Last Edition of Inside CU
This is the last edition of Inside CU, the online newsletter for faculty and staff. The first edition was published on April 13, 2004, and over the last six years, it has been a pleasure to highlight the achievements of CU-Boulder’s faculty and staff, and to share the university’s many stories with our campus community.
As University Communications considers new means and media to communicate with faculty and staff, the CU-Boulder community can continue to find news and information resources through CU-Boulder’s Events Calendar, and by visiting the CU News website and the CU System Faculty and Staff newsletter. Helpful updates on campus news and policies will also continue to arrive via email through Buff Bulletin and campus Ememos.
It's been a privilege to spotlight CU-Boulder’s faculty, staff and students from throughout our schools, colleges, departments, and programs. Recognition is due to the many people who have contributed to Inside CU.
University photographers Andi Fabri, Casey A. Cass, Glenn Asakawa and Patrick Campbell shared their work in our Photo Gallery, and provided the majority of our front page and story photographs.
Cathy Snider oversaw production from creation of the Web pages to online access with great skill and good humor.
Regular contributing writers Melanie O. Massengale and Linda Besen, along with contributing writer Kenna Bruner and our college, school and department communicators, brought us news that personalized big names and big concepts, and brought forth hidden treasures in the form of great stories.
Student writers from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication shared their skills in insightful news stories written from the student perspective.
And many faculty and staff members contributed their ideas, perspectives and knowledge to create what we hope has been an insightful and enjoyable look at our campus community.
Thank you, our readers, for your feedback, comments and suggestions. Your voice helped in the evolution of Inside CU over the years, and will be vital in shaping the new media that will deliver CU’s news to ever-wider audiences in the years to come.
Allison Sylvest, managing editor
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