The outgoing University of Colorado system president also talked about Mark Kennedy's tumultuous hiring process, his own legacy and the challenges CU faces.
Similiar debates have played out elsewhere, as sports stadiums that were originally built as memorials to veterans take on new corporate names.
Following a 2013 change that allowed them to pay in-state tuition, Gov. Jared Polis signed a bill into law this week that lets students without legal status apply for financial aid too.
Despite a lot of pushback from students and staff, Mark Kennedy will be the next president of the University of Colorado system.
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As it turns out, the confidential nature of candidate interviews and the diminishing returns on investment for the job of university president make many searches challenging.
After A Week Of Meetings And Town Halls, Mark Kennedy Still Hasn't Won Over Some CU Students And Faculty
Concerns about the sole candidate to lead the University of Colorado system continued to focus on diversity and research.
Since the Board of Regents announced Kennedy as their sole finalist in April, he’s gotten pushback for his political stances from more than a decade ago as a Minnesota congressman.
The nominee's voting record on women's and LGBTQ issues as a former Minnesota congressman has concerned students and faculty.
The Presumptive New CU President Has Spotless Job Reviews. But For Students And Faculty, His Voting Record Isn't As Clean
Mark Kennedy was celebrated as the president of the University of North Dakota. However, his old voting record as a congressman is drawing concerns from students and faculty.
The goal is to link the armed services with college students and people at venture tech companies to help bring technology to the military faster.