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Director of Cooperative Extension Retires After 38 Years of Dedicated Service
Milan Rewerts, director of Colorado State University Cooperative Extension, announced his retirement from the University, effective May 31, after more than 38 years serving the organization. Cooperative Extension is the University's primary outreach and education branch, with offices in most Colorado counties. Marc Johnson, vice provost for agriculture and outreach and dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences, will serve as interim director for Cooperative Extension until a permanent director is named.
CSU Featured in Princeton Review’s “ America’s Best Value Colleges”
Colorado State University is one of the nation's "best value" undergraduate institutions, according to The Princeton Review. The New York-based education services company chose it as one of the top 81 schools it recommends in the new 2006 edition of its book, " America's Best Value Colleges." The book is a guide to colleges with outstanding academics, generous financial aid packages and relatively low costs, and includes public and private colleges and universities in 35 states.
A complete list of the schools in the book is posted on the Princeton Review Web site at www.PrincetonReview.com.
The Colorado State University System welcomes new leaders this week as the Colorado Senate approved the appointment of two members of the Board of Governors of the Colorado State University System and supported the reappointment of another member.
Administration Announces New Alcohol Policy
Keith E. Ickes, Vice President for Administrative Services, has released financial procedures for the purchase of alcoholic beverages as part of CSU’s new alcohol policy.
Only auxiliary funds (cash funds generated from external sales by auxiliary units of the institution) and discretionary gift funds (transferred from the CSU Foundation) may be used for the purchase of alcoholic beverages. No other fund groups can be used for such purposes – specifically fund groups that result from direct financial support of the University’s role and mission such as tuition for RI or Continuing Education courses; indirect cost recoveries from research grants and contracts; or federal and state support for outreach activities.
Individual units within the institution may determine to make an even more restrictive position on the purchase of alcohol (CVMBS does not reimburse for any alcohol purchases). The specifics of the new fiscal policies can be found in the Financial Policy and Procedure Instruction Manual sections FPI D-5 and FPI K-1.