Leeds School of Business agains the background of the Flatirons

Ikenberry declines reappointment as Leeds School dean

Aug. 30, 2016

David L. Ikenberry announced today that he has reconsidered and will decline an offer to be reappointed as dean of the Leeds School of Business through 2021. Ikenberry will join the Leeds faculty.Read more »
Dean David Ikenberry stands in front of the Leeds School of Business

From the Leeds Dean: Creating an environment where we all can thrive

Aug. 25, 2016

With the new academic year underway and recognizing that what we do at Leeds and how we manage our academic programs and our culture also affects the university as a whole, I write to give you an update and address some of the issues you may have been hearing and reading about. As the Dean of Leeds, I am committed to working with our faculty, staff and students to create and support an environment in which all can thrive.Read more »
 Global Ambassadors working session

Broadening our perspective: the new Global Ambassadors program

Aug. 11, 2016

This summer, a unique group gathered in Florence, Italy to discuss the global future of the University of Colorado Boulder. Hosted by Chancellor DiStefano, the meeting engaged alumni representatives from across the world in a discussion about integrating our teaching and learning community into their local business and professional communities.Read more »
Students on computer

Be Boulder Anywhere merges with the Graduate School

July 21, 2016

BBA has been responsible for developing and promoting new professional master’s degrees at CU Boulder for both on-campus and distance students. These services will now be expanded to all graduate education. With this move, the Graduate School will also be responsible for developing CU Boulder’s Massive Open Online Courses, known as MOOCs.Read more »
Bobby Braun

Braun named new dean of engineering and applied science

July 21, 2016

Provost Moore today announced Bobby Braun as the new dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science. Braun, who helped lead the team that put the first rover on Mars, is a professor of space technology at Georgia Tech. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering and formerly worked at NASA Langley Research Center for 16 years. He'll arrive on campus to join the faculty in October 2016. His role as dean will begin in January 2017.Read more »
Patricia Rankin

Senior Associate Vice Chancellor for Research Rankin to return to Physics faculty

July 14, 2016

University of Colorado Boulder Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation, Terri Fiez, has announced that Patricia Rankin will step down as Senior Associate Vice Chancellor for Research to return to the faculty on Aug. 15, 2016. As Senior Associate Vice Chancellor for Research, Rankin was a key contributor to many of the transformations that have occurred in the Boulder campus’s research support operations.Read more »
Alice Madden

Alice Madden named executive director of Getches-Wilkinson Center

June 13, 2016

Environmental policy leader Alice Madden has been named executive director of Colorado Law's Getches-Wilkinson Center for Natural Resources, Energy, and the Environment, effective July 11.Read more »
 Ann Schmiesing

Schmiesing named interim dean of Graduate School

May 31, 2016

Ann Schmiesing, professor of German and Scandinavian Studies, has been named interim vice provost and dean of the Graduate School effective June 20. Provost Russell L. Moore announced the appointment Tuesday, May 31.Read more »
Alan Kent, PhD

Wardenburg welcomes new Counseling and Psychiatric Services director

May 12, 2016

Wardenburg Health Services is pleased to announce that Alan Kent, PhD, has accepted the position of the director of Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) at Wardenburg Health Services effective July 18, 2016.Read more »

Chancellor’s review provides opportunities to improve election process

May 6, 2016

Fellow Buffaloes: Today, the Chancellor and his team released the final decision in their review of our recent elections. While there are a lot of vastly different and sometimes opposing passions surrounding this issue, the current Tri-Executives and Chief Justice support this decision and will do what we can to ensure the continued stability and autonomy of our government.Read more »

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