Chancellor DiStefano

Chancellor's Corner: Thank you to our community

Oct. 6, 2016

As we come back together after a tough day on campus, I again extend my appreciation to all of our community members who stepped up and made a difference in each other’s lives yesterday.

Chancellor DiStefano

Chancellor's Corner: Update to our campus community regarding today’s incidents

Oct. 5, 2016

Today we experienced a threatening situation in the Folsom Field Champions Center. Later in the day, a number of calls were made to police dispatch regarding unconfirmed reports of an active threat at three separate locations. I thank everyone who responded quickly and calmly to the CU Boulder Alert regarding today’s incident.

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CU South future topic of city-hosted open house next week

Sept. 23, 2016

The city of Boulder and the county are working on an update of the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan, which guides development in the valley. Part of that may include a proposal to annex a 308-acre parcel of land south of the city that could support the university’s long-term growth needs. On Monday, city and county officials will host an open house to give the community a chance to learn more about the plan update and to provide input.

Katherine Erwin

Erwin named Chief Human Resources Officer

Sept. 15, 2016

At the conclusion of a successful internal search, Senior Vice Chancellor Kelly Fox has today named Katherine Erwin Chief Human Resources Officer for the University of Colorado Boulder.

The CU Board of Regents

Board of Regents hears preliminary enrollment numbers, discusses the cost and value of research

Sept. 8, 2016

The CU Board of Regents Thursday received an update on projected enrollment growth on all four campuses from Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Todd Saliman. Among other items, the board also approved a name change for the BA degree in the Department of Women and Gender Studies and the splitting of the MS in Applied Mathematics into a professional and traditional degree.

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CU seeks city support on development of new hotel-conference center in heart of Boulder

Sept. 1, 2016

The city manager and staff will ask the Boulder City Council next week to consider a collaborative plan with the university to develop a new hotel and conference center in the heart of the city. The center will have the potential to help revitalize The Hill commercial district and create a modern gathering place for academics, researchers and the community.

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.

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.

 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.

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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.

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