Not only has staff member Ryan Heiland invented an environmentally-friendly system to keep campus lawns healthy, but he's delving into the science behind his innovation and potential commercialization with CU-Boulder's help.
In response to campus interest, the Office for Performance Improvement (OPI) has produced a new overview and one-hour video to describe the structure and purpose of the Business/Service Performance Excellence (BPE/SPE) model as implemented at the University of Colorado Boulder. Available to CU-Boulder faculty and staff via the OPI website, the video describes the structure and purpose of the BPE/SPE model, and provides an illustration of the results that may be achieved through its implementation.
Given CU-Boulder staff member Jodi Schneiderman’s perspective, one might think she works in the Office of International Education. She says it’s important for students to have a global mindset and to understand other cultures. And it’s at CU-Boulder’s Career Services where she works on this notion.
Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano will offer his fourth State of the Campus address to faculty, staff, students and the CU community on Tuesday, Oct. 16 at 8 a.m. in the Glenn Miller Ballroom on the CU-Boulder campus.
The chancellor, who is beginning his 39th academic year on the campus as a faculty member, dean and senior administrator, says the speech will focus on “defining our top priorities for improving the student experience, CU-Boulder’s reputation and our financial stability.”
CU-Boulder welcomes three campus leaders this month who bring cross-disciplinary knowledge and years of experience from higher education institutions across the country and within the state. Learn more about three people you should know, now.