The University of Colorado Board of Regents

Board of Regents approves operating budget for 2017–18, 3 new degrees, new aerospace engineering building

June 16, 2017

At its regular meeting, the Board of Regents voted to approve the operating budget for the CU system and all four campuses; three new CU Boulder degrees; seven capital construction projects on the Boulder campus; and a contract extension for football Head Coach Mike MacIntyre.Read more »
Larry Bell receiving E-AWard in Washington DC

CU Boulder honored for positive impact of international students on nation’s economy

May 22, 2017

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross presented the University of Colorado Boulder with the President’s “E” Award for Exports at a ceremony Monday in Washington, D.C. CU Boulder, the only institution of higher education to receive this year’s award, was specifically called out for prioritizing international education and doubling international student enrollment over the past five years.Read more »
University Perspective Program graduates with coordinator Lauren Harris

University Perspective Program offers broader knowledge of CU system

May 18, 2017

Graduates of the University Perspective Program gain a broader knowledge of the University of Colorado system and come away as stronger ambassadors of both system and CU Boulder.Read more »
Capitol building in Washington, D.C.

Q&A: Federal relations team on President Trump’s anticipated 2018 budget

May 18, 2017

Heather Bené and Jack Waldorf, who co-lead CU Boulder's federal relations efforts, talk about what to expect when President Trump releases his 2018 detailed budget request, which could happen next week.Read more »
Dean of University Libraries James Williams

Q&A: James Williams on his tenure as dean of libraries

May 18, 2017

James Williams, dean of the University Libraries since 1988 and longtime commencement marshal, has led the library system through a digital revolution that upended the manner in which libraries are viewed and used. We sat down with him to discuss his tenure as dean.Read more »
Heidi VanGenderen with cherry blossoms, Thomas Jefferson memorial

Heidi VanGenderen named CU Boulder's first chief sustainability officer

April 20, 2017

The new chief sustainability officer Heidi VanGenderen will be charged with driving a campus-wide vision for sustainability in support of the university’s aspiration of becoming a national model of excellence in the arena.Read more »
Abby Benson

Abby Benson seeks new synergies in AeroSpace Ventures, Industry Collaboration teams

April 17, 2017

Vice Chancellor for Research & Innovation Terri Fiez announced that Abby Benson has taken a new role as assistant vice chancellor for Research & Innovation, Industry Collaboration and AeroSpace Ventures.Read more »
Disability Services Award Ceremony 2017 recipients

Disability Services recognizes outstanding work at awards program

April 14, 2017

Several CU Boulder community members were recognized this week for outstanding work as part of the new Disability Services Awards Ceremony, developed over the past year to help promote inclusive excellence.Read more »
University of Colorado Board of Regents

Board of Regents approves tuition, fees for 2017-18; merit pool increases; DACA Student Relief Fund

April 7, 2017

At its regular meeting, the University of Colorado Board of Regents voted to approve tuition and fees for the 2017–18 academic year, merit pool increases for faculty and staff, the creation of a Student Relief Fund for DACA students and the purchase of 2369 Arapahoe.Read more »
Board of Regents Seal

Regents meet to learn more about preliminary inquiry into CU's response on Tumpkin matter

March 27, 2017

Today the University of Colorado Board of Regents met in executive session to hear an overview of the preliminary inquiry into the university’s handling of accusations of domestic violence by former assistant football coach Joe Tumpkin.Read more »