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Sign up to learn about the campus budget during March, April sessions

Feb. 4, 2022

Spring sessions of Coffee and the Campus Budget are scheduled for March 3, March 29 and April 12. Learn about the overall budget, as well as the budget model redesign project. A recording of the fall 2021 presentation is available, too.

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Carla Ho’a, vice chancellor and chief financial officer, to retire in November

Feb. 3, 2022

Carla Ho’a will retire after more than 30 years of service to CU. Campus leadership will launch a national search for Ho’a’s replacement in the spring.

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Employees: Pick up breakfast on your way in Jan. 24

Jan. 21, 2022

Staff Council and the Office of Chief Operating Officer Patrick O'Rourke want to recognize employees as the in-person mode kicks off for the semester. Grab a bite on your way in on Monday!

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From the Provost and the Chief Operating Officer: CU Boulder implements Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act

Jan. 20, 2022

Campus officials have worked to implement the state's equal pay act to address gender pay inequities, increase transparency and protect employees from pay discrimination.

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Jennifer Barrett McDuffie appointed to chief of staff; Government and community engagement to move under chancellor

Jan. 6, 2022

In Strategic Resources and Support news, Jennifer Barrett McDuffie will assume the chief of staff role. Also, the Office of Government and Community Engagement will now report to the chancellor.

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Performance cycles to shift for classified, university staff

Nov. 10, 2021

The University of Colorado’s performance review and merit cycles will move into closer alignment for most university staff and all classified staff over the next two years.

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Governor’s holiday announced: Impacts on CU Boulder holiday schedule

Nov. 9, 2021

In April, Chancellor DiStefano announced the implementation of winter break for the Boulder campus. Governor Jared Polis is providing 12 hours of additional leave that can replace administrative leave already granted by a department for use during winter break. Get details.

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‘Let’s chat’ appointments available with Faculty Staff Assistance Program

Nov. 2, 2021

Let’s Chat is a no-cost service in which CU Boulder staff and faculty can electronically schedule and participate in an informal and confidential 30-minute consultation with an FSAP counselor in person or via telehealth.

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Merna Jacobsen to continue as interim chief HR officer; Lisa Landis appointed deputy chief HR officer

Nov. 1, 2021

The search for a permanent chief human resources officer is on temporary hold while university leadership further assess the needs of the campus. Jacobsen will continue to serve in the interim, and Landis has been appointed deputy chief.

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Coming soon: Students, faculty, staff invited to participate in Campus Culture Survey

Oct. 12, 2021

Opening Oct. 18, the Campus Culture Survey will allow campus members to provide anonymous feedback about experiences with hostile treatment, discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment or sexual misconduct and the extent to which they feel respected, supported and valued.