Fight looms over ethics tweaks

January 4, 2007

Legislators debating how to deal with Amendment 41 loopholes. Some are optimistic a deal can be reached, but others want the law, which cracks down on gifts to public officials, left alone. By Karen E. (Read More)

Business backs colleges

January 4, 2007

Report says Colorado ranks No. 49 for state funding By Brittany Anas Thursday, January 4, 2007 Colorado is becoming less competitive in the global economy because the state is starving its higher education system, says (Read More)

CU officials on a roll with fundraising

January 4, 2007

The school’s six-month tally of $54 million is on pace to break a 2000 donation record of $84.9 million. By John Ingold Denver Post Staff Writer DenverPost.com University of Colorado fundraisers have rolled up more (Read More)

Money to shift from Darfur

January 4, 2007

By David Milstead, Rocky Mountain News January 4, 2007 The University of Colorado has adopted a policy to avoid investing in companies that are involved in the genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan. The (Read More)

Gifts to CU on pace for record year

January 4, 2007

University foundation raises $54.1 million in fiscal first half By David Milstead, Rocky Mountain News January 4, 2007 A slew of big gifts has the University of Colorado on pace for a record year of (Read More)

Power lines

January 3, 2007

By Robert Schwab Photo By Photography by Don Cudney Two years ago, ColoradoBiz ranked the 25 Most Powerful organizations, businesses and other institutions in the state, naming Colorado voters as the most powerful group with (Read More)

CU looks at hiring diversity czar

January 3, 2007

Provost may elevate position to level of vice chancellor By Brittany Anas, Daily Camera January 3, 2007 BOULDER – The University of Colorado may hire a high-level administrator to focus on diversity issues at the (Read More)

Prof explores treatment for mustard gas

January 3, 2007

By Jim Erickson, Rocky Mountain News January 3, 2007 A University of Colorado researcher has been awarded $2.7 million from the federal government to determine if a common dietary supplement can treat burns caused by (Read More)

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