Editorial

January 18, 2007

January 18, 2007 TOP NEWS IN 2006: TENURE REVIEW, CHURCHILL CASE, DIVERSITY During 2006, CU saw the start of several major initiatives — particularly a review of tenure-related processes and the formation of a blue-ribbon (Read More)

SB 53 would create new ‘P-16’ council

January 18, 2007

GROUP WOULD HAVE HIGHER ED, K-12, BUSINESS MEMBERS January 18, 2007 By Marianne Goodland Silver & Gold Record reporter Legislators got busy during the past week, introducing more than 250 bills in the first five (Read More)

Ritter: State employees’ ideas needed

January 18, 2007

GOVERNOR WANTS TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCY OF STATE GOVERNMENT January 18, 2007 By Marianne Goodland Silver & Gold Record reporter Gov. Bill Ritter called upon state employees to partner with him in a plan to improve (Read More)

CU Campus a top Peace Corps Staffer

January 17, 2007

The University of Corado-Boulder recently passed a milestone when it became just the sixth university nationwide to send more than 2,000 graduates to the Peace Corps. The University of California at Berkeley is the top (Read More)

INTEL PULLING OUT OF SPRINGS

January 17, 2007

WILL CLOSE ITS PLANT IF NO BUYER FOUND By WAYNE HEILMAN and RICH LADEN THE GAZETTE Computer chip giant Intel Corp., which came to Colorado Springs seven years ago with the promise of 2,500 jobs (Read More)

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