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Company Overview of University of Colorado–Boulder
University of Colorado–Boulder is a research and teaching educational institution. It offers programs in fields such as aerospace engineering sciences, American studies, anthropology, applied mathematics, biological sciences, chemical engineering, chemistry and biochemistry, communication, economics, electrical and computer engineering, English, environmental engineering, film studies, fine arts, geography, geological sciences, history, international affairs, linguistics, mechanical engineering, philosophy, physics, political science, psychology, and women's studies. The schools and colleges of the university include College of Architecture and Planning; College of Arts and Sciences Leeds Sc...
914 Broadway St
Boulder, CO 80302-7046
Founded in 1876
Key Executives for University of Colorado–Boulder
Assistant Dean for Programs and Talent
Executive Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
University of Colorado–Boulder Key Developments
The University of Colorado Boulder Names Gregory Atkins as Director of Bursar's Office
Oct 24 16
The University of Colorado Boulder named Gregory Atkins as director of the Bursar's Office, effective October 10, 2016. Atkins comes to CU Boulder from the University of Louisville, where he served as bursar for the past four years. Atkins has more than 29 years of experience in higher education at the college and university level, where he has primarily focused on student business services. In his role Greg will continue to build a strong, efficient department focused on working together to provide the best service possible to students, parents and staff, on behalf of the university.
University of Colorado Boulder Appoints David Kang as Vice Chancellor for Infrastructure and Safety, Effective May 16, 2016
Feb 24 16
University of Colorado Boulder named David Kang as vice chancellor for infrastructure and safety, effective May 16, 2016. Kang replaces Larry Levine, who filled the position on an interim basis after Steve Thweatt retired in mid-October. Kang presently serves as the director of Project Management in The White House Military Office.
University of Colorado–Boulder Announces Executive Changes
Jan 27 16
University of Colorado Boulder announced that Kirsi Aulin has been appointed as the new campus ombuds. Aulin replaces Tom Sebok, who retired in December 2015 after 25 years of building and directing the CU-Boulder Ombuds Office. The role of an ombuds office is to serve as a confidential, neutral and informal resource for undergraduate and graduate students, staff and faculty to assist with any campus-related conflict or concern. CU-Boulder ombuds helps visitors define the nature and scope of the concern or conflict and then identify options to achieve a desired outcome. Aulin comes to CU-Boulder from the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), having served in the Office of the Ombuds there since 2007 and becoming the campus ombuds and director in 2012.
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