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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
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University of Colorado–Boulder Key Developments
University of Colorado Appoints Kathy Nesbitt as Vice President of Employee and Information Systems in January 2015
Nov 20 14
Gov. John Hickenlooper announced that Kathy Nesbitt, executive director of the Department of Personnel and Administration and personnel director for the State of Colorado since January 2011, will move to the University of Colorado as vice president of employee and information systems in January 2015. Nesbitt is responsible for the efficient and effective management of four divisions: Human Resources; Central Services, including the fleet, printing operations, mail delivery and document scanning; the Office of the State Controller, including the State Purchasing Office; and Administrative Courts. She also oversees statewide programs, including the State Architects Office, State Archives and the Colorado State Employee Assistance Program.
NantBioScience and University of Colorado to Collaborate on Development of Novel Protein Cancer Fighting Drugs
Sep 15 14
NantBioScience announced a research collaboration and an exclusive worldwide licensing agreement with the University of Colorado for the development and commercialization of anti-cancer agents designed to target the Ral protein, a cell signaling protein implicated in the growth and spread of cancer. Through this partnership, NantBioScience will receive the exclusive right to develop and commercialize therapeutic and diagnostic products relating to the research activities. NantBioScience's broad development program includes novel agents that are designed to stop growth and spread of tumors by interfering with cancer communication pathways. Although the Ral protein has been found to play a role in the most commonly activated signaling pathways across cancer types, including colon, lung and pancreatic cancers, it has not yet been successfully targeted for potential therapeutic intervention. NantBioScience's partnership with the University of Colorado and the Comprehensive Cancer Center is focused on the development of clinical compounds designed to block the function of the Ral protein.
University of Colorado Appoints Charles V. Sweet as Vice Chancellor and Managing Senior Associate University Counsel for the CU-Boulder Campus
Aug 18 14
University of Colorado announced the appointment of Charles V. 'Charlie' Sweet as vice chancellor and managing senior associate university counsel for the CU-Boulder campus. The appointment is effective September 1, 2014. Sweet has long ties to the University of Colorado system, having served as vice president and university counsel for the CU System from 1994 to 2007. Prior to coming to Boulder, Sweet served as general counsel for Old Dominion University in Virginia The managing senior associate university counsel holds a senior position in the Office of University Counsel. In this position, Sweet will be responsible for the legal functions for CU-Boulder, and will advise the chancellor, the cabinet and CU-Boulder's combined executive leadership on legal and policy matters. The position reports to the vice president and university counsel and supervises a staff of four attorneys and two support staff in CU-Boulder's legal offices. As a campus vice chancellor, Sweet will report to the chancellor and serve as an officer of the campus and a member of the chancellor's cabinet. In this role, he will be responsible for the implementation of campus goals and objectives related to the provision of legal services and for the successful implementation of the campus's strategic plans.
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