Chancellor Philip DiStefano

Chancellor DiStefano: Leadership update on implementation of 8 immediate actions for change

July 7, 2020

Chancellor DiStefano has asked Vice Chancellor Bob Boswell to lead the implementation of the eight immediate actions announced on June 18 to improve anti-racism, diversity, inclusion and equity efforts on campus.

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CU president, chancellors join in statement on recent federal ruling on student visas

July 7, 2020

Chancellor DiStefano joined with President Mark Kennedy and the other chancellors in the CU system to communicate their support of CU's international students following a recent federal ruling on student visas.

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Town hall details partnership, strategies for Road Map to Fall 2020

July 2, 2020

Campus leaders discussed proactive strategies for health and safety for the campus and Boulder community. If you missed it, watch a recording of the event.

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CU leadership reaffirms support for DACA students after Supreme Court ruling

June 18, 2020

In a joint statement, Chancellor Phil DiStefano, CU President Mark Kennedy and chancellors from three other CU campuses reiterated their support for DACA students, who are “valued members of our community who add a unique perspective and enrich the diversity of our campuses.”

Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

Chancellor announces immediate anti-racism actions to transform campus

June 18, 2020

Chancellor Philip DiStefano announced the immediate actions for change he and his administration will take to transform the CU Boulder experience for Black students, faculty and staff; for all students, faculty and staff of color; and for other marginalized individuals and groups.

University of Colorado Board of Regents

Regents approve $4.5 billion system-wide budget, 5 new CU Boulder degrees

June 17, 2020

At its regular meeting on June 18, which was hosted remotely, the CU Board of Regents approved the fiscal year 2020–21 operating budget, several new degrees on the Boulder campus and more.

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Chancellor Philip DiStefano supports SCOTUS LGBTQ+ civil rights decision

June 15, 2020

In a landmark decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that federal civil rights law protects gay, lesbian and transgender employees. Chancellor Philip DiStefano supported the ruling, which extends to millions of employees around the country.

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Faculty town hall addresses a COVID-19-ready future

May 28, 2020

On May 21, Chancellor DiStefano hosted a faculty town hall with fellow panelists, addressing the challenges of this past spring semester and key planning areas for the 2020-21 academic year.

Akirah Bradley

Akirah Bradley named vice chancellor for student affairs

May 28, 2020

Provost Russell Moore has named Akirah J. Bradley vice chancellor for student affairs, effective June 1 and pending the approval of the CU Board of Regents. Bradley has served at CU Boulder since 2016 and was appointed interim vice chancellor for student affairs in January.

University of Colorado Board of Regents

Regents approve no tuition, fees, compensation increases, more

May 19, 2020

At its meeting on May 19, which was hosted remotely, the CU Board of Regents voted to approve a zero percent increase in tuition and fees for the 2020–21 academic year, a suspension of merit increases for fiscal year 2021 and more.

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