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Higher ed policy and prospects for Colorado Nov. 19

November 16, 2010

Frank Waterous, senior policy analyst with the Bell Policy Center, will give a talk on Colorado's higher education policy from noon-1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 19 at Lory Student Center Room 230. Learn more about this complex and important issue and how it impacts Colorado State University.

Colorado Higher Education Policy: Cliff, Watershed, or Waterloo?
Friday, Nov. 19
Noon-1 p.m.
Lory Student Center Room 230

Understanding state funding issues

Frank Waterous, Ph.D., right, senior policy analyst at the Bell Policy Center, will speak about higher education policy and prospects for Colorado. Everyone interested in state funding for higher education and what it may mean for CSU should attend.

Frank Waterous has 25 years of experience working on a broad range of public policy issues in higher education.

Prior to joining the Bell Policy Center, he was a senior policy analyst for the Colorado Community College System and a senior analyst for the U.S. Government Accountability Office in Denver. He previously worked as an administrator and faculty member at colleges in Colorado and Minnesota.

About Bell Policy Center

The nonprofit Bell Policy Center's work focuses on research and advocacy, including:

  • Working with Coloradans across the political spectrum to identify critical policy issues.
  • Conducting nonpartisan research on issues that impact many Coloradans.
  • Drawing on the expertise of a strong staff and a wide network of supporters and consultants.
  • Sharing the results of our research with policy-makers, community leaders, and the people of Colorado to encourage responsible public dialogue and debate.
  • Making policy recommendations and advocate for changes that will increase opportunities for individuals and families

Economics department is sponsor

The talk is sponsored by the CSU Department of Economics.

Contact: Steven Shulman
Phone: (970) 491-6940