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)

Another Front on Accreditation

January 17, 2007

After months of uncertainty, the U.S. Education Department has decided to begin a process next month in which it will explore possible changes in the federal rules that govern the higher education accreditation process, department (Read More)

Brown can continue to serve higher ed

January 17, 2007

After he steps down next year as CU president, Hank Brown should lead an effort to restructure state funding for Colorado colleges and universities. Hired to calm the waters that were threatening to engulf the (Read More)

The New Size of Critical Mass

January 16, 2007

In recent years, many liberal arts colleges have inched upwards in size, with student bodies that were once 1,200 hitting 1,500. Officials cite a number of reasons both educational and economic for why the smaller (Read More)

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