At the Boulder Faculty Assembly meeting Thursday, Provost Russell Moore discussed support of the possibility of instructors having the option to move their contracts to 12 months instead of 9 months; a unified approach to instructor promotion raises; supporting Iranian faculty, staff and students; and more.
Provost Russell Moore announced that the Center for Inclusion and Social Change, currently housed in the Office of Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement, will move to the Division of Student Affairs beginning Jan. 1, 2023.
Topics at the Nov. 3–4 regents meeting included student retention, more Spanish language resources for students, the use of fetal stem cells in research and several faculty and alumni awards. Read more.
The Boulder Faculty Assembly voted to support a resolution by the student government asking the Board of Regents to rescind the right to carry a concealed weapon on all CU campuses. Also, President Todd Saliman updated the group on financial issues and statewide outreach efforts. Read more.
CU Boulder’s preliminary fall 2022 enrollment numbers show modest growth from fall 2021 but are coming in slightly lower than was projected in June. Read about this, employee retention and more from the Sept. 9 CU Board of Regents meeting.
Chancellor Philip DiStefano addressed a slew of topics, including concerns about faculty salaries amid near-record inflation, during the first Boulder Faculty Assembly meeting of the academic year on Sept. 1.