New display takes shape at zoo

January 22, 2007

A local artist and CU-Boulder students combine to construct an innovative exhibit in the Animal House. By NICK BONHAM THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN Avast, there, zoo lubbers! A pirate ship, ravaged in a tropical storm, has (Read More)

Schools seek more female engineering majors

January 22, 2007

ATLANTA, Georgia (AP) — Georgia Tech freshman Val Uyemura caught a glimpse of her future even before she started classes in electrical engineering. “When I went to orientation, they split us up by major and (Read More)

The Rich on the Rise in Endowments

January 22, 2007

College endowments rose for the vast majority of institutions in the 2006 fiscal year, with an average rate of return of 10.7 percent, according to data released today by the National Association of College and (Read More)

Thanks, Hank

January 21, 2007

Publication: The Colorado Springs Gazette; Date:2007 Jan 21; Section:Opinion; Page Number: 25 OUR VIEW True colors Senator s moderate mask seems to be slipping For two years now, Colorado Sen. Ken Salazar has been able (Read More)

Education Department says lender was overpaid

January 21, 2007

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Bush administration announced a settlement Friday with a leading student loan company accused of overbilling the government by hundreds of millions of dollars. Under the deal, the Education Department said any (Read More)

Many expect Brown to stay in fund debate

January 20, 2007

By Berny Morson, Rocky Mountain News January 20, 2007 State leaders expect Hank Brown to continue to play a major role in untangling the higher education funding mess, even after he steps down as University (Read More)

Brown shoes costly to fill

January 20, 2007

CU COULD PAY ABOUT $500,000 TO SUCCESSOR By Chris Frates Denver Post Staff Writer Denver Post When University of Colorado president Hank Brown is replaced next year, it’s possible his successor will cost more than (Read More)

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