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Regents, President Benson urge faculty, staff to participate in systemwide evaluation.
A proposed change to the Board of Regents’ policy regarding searches for vice president positions is being reconsidered following objections from the Faculty Council Executive Committee.
Faculty Council in recent months has been working to update its bylaws and is inviting faculty across the CU system to review proposed changes and offer input.
The Faculty Council is considering a motion that would express concern over the concept of uncompensated merit, suggesting that salary models at the university are not in line with contemporary market forces.
Pamela Laird, professor and chair of history, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and member of the Faculty Council was interviewed by the American Association of University Women (AAUW) as a part of their celebration of January as National Mentoring...
Faculty Assembly announces Faculty Recognition Awardees