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  • Maria Caffrey

    Five questions for Maria Caffrey

    The CU-Boulder research associate has studied climate change in places as far away as Guatemala and as close as Rocky Mountain National Park. Since 2013, her research has focused on climate change at 118 coastal National Parks, looking at impacts of seal level and storm surge.
  • 2015 Budget

    Enrollment gains pave way for growth in budget

    The CU Board of Regents on Tuesday passed an operating budget of $3.55 billion for 2015-16, reflecting expected gains in enrollment and increases in health services revenue and state funding.
  • diversity

    Diversity numbers highlight successes, challenges

    The University of Colorado’s Boulder, Colorado Springs and Denver campuses have posted impressive gains the past few years in the number of ethnic minority students both enrolled and awarded degrees, the Board of Regents heard Tuesday.
  • New School of Medicine dean: Growth management a good problem to have

    John Reilly, M.D., new dean of the CU School of Medicine, left a job he loved at the University of Pittsburgh because of the upward trajectory of the school and the CU Anschutz Medical Campus.
  • Wellness center fundraising making progress

    As funding sources continue to be explored to reduce the financial burden on students, the CU Board of Regents unanimously approved the program plan for the CU Denver wellness center to be built on the Auraria Campus.
  • Regents roundup

    A CU-Boulder proposal to change Women and Gender Studies from a program to a department was approved Tuesday by the CU Board of Regents.
  • Tenure list: June 2015

    The Board of Regents on Tuesday approved tenure for 105 faculty members across the system.
  • Staff Council announces leadership for coming year

    New officers were introduced and other business was wrapped up during the University of Colorado Staff Council’s June 18 video conference.
  • Heath: Ballot initiative might ease strain on state funding of higher ed

    Boulder Sen. Rollie Heath says a ballot initiative in the works for 2016 would take aim at loosening the grip of TABOR spending limitations, which leave higher education especially vulnerable to budget cuts.
  • New building blocks of human resources on display at July workshops

    As the University of Colorado gets ready to roll out upgraded tools and programs that will change the way it pays, manages and hires employees, Employee Services has invited HCM Community members to sneak peeks of the software.