Higher ed needs statehouse attention

January 3, 2007

Colorado needs a Capitol consensus that a strong system of public colleges and universities is a cornerstone to the state’s growing economy. Article Last Updated: 01/03/2007 06:58:20 PM MST When state lawmakers return to the (Read More)

CU may hire diversity chief

January 2, 2007

Provost will decide later this month whether to elevate to vice chancellor By Brittany Anas Tuesday, January 2, 2007 The University of Colorado may hire a high-level administrator to focus on diversity issues at the (Read More)

Undoing absurdity

January 2, 2007

Fixing new ethics law should not prove onerous On Thursday, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers confirmed the worst fears of some opponents of Amendment 41, the new ethics law approved by voters in November. The (Read More)

Zavaras to be boss of prisons

January 2, 2007

State Rep.Tom Plant, D-Nederland, who will head the state’s energy conservation efforts, addresses the state House in 2001. Ritter picks former police chief; Rep. Plant to fill energy post By Associated Press January 2, 2007 (Read More)

Higher ed in leaders’ eyes

January 1, 2007

Bruce Benson assists corporate effort to boost state funding of Colorado’s colleges. Benson and others, worried about universities’ national rankings, see something akin to the support they gave Ref. C. By Aldo Svaldi Denver Post (Read More)

Let’s invent!

January 1, 2007

The Gazette featured an after-school program, the Kid Inventor Club, started by a UCCS faculty member. (Read More)

2006 Nanotechnology, flex fuel lead advances

December 29, 2006

Amy Gillentine December 29, 2006 Nanotechnology and alternative energy sources fueled the Colorado technology environment in 2006. Alliances were formed with other cities to recruit high-tech companies, and an international partnership will create technological breakthroughs (Read More)