cu-regents_webWhile awaiting final approval from the General Assembly for the state’s 2017-18 budget, the CU Board of Regents continues to advance CU’s proposed budget for the coming fiscal year.

On April 7, during the second of its two days meeting at CU Denver, the board approved proposed salary increases for faculty and staff .

The board also approved proposed increases in tuition. For resident undergraduates, rates will rise 3.18 percent at CU Denver, 3.99 percent at UCCS and 4.91 percent at CU Boulder (for incoming freshmen and transfer students). Continuing students at CU Boulder won’t see an increase, because of the guaranteed tuition structure introduced last year.

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ap_16314269794217There’s a diversity problem in higher education, including at the University of Colorado, according to Heidi Ganahl. She’s the new at-large regent at CU, having won a hotly contested statewide race in November, and her election keeps Republicans in the majority on the board of regents, 5-4.

She wants more conservative voices — at the student, staff and faculty levels — on all four of the school’s campuses.

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With Heidi Ganahl win, Republicans retain majority on CU Board of Regents

November 9, 2016

Tweet With a win by Heidi Ganahl, Republicans will maintain a one-vote majority on the University of Colorado’s Board of Regents. Ganahl won the race for the at-large seat on the board with 52 percent of the vote to Democrat Alice Madden’s 48 percent, according to the Secretary of State’s Office. The race was decided […]

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From Puppies to Politics: How One Colorado Woman Is Using Her Past to Propel Her Political Future

June 23, 2016

Tweet A business owner and mother of four, Ganahl, a Republican, is actively campaigning for one of the at-large University of Colorado Board of Regents seats. Speaking to TheBlaze by phone Tuesday afternoon, Ganahl’s positivity and bubbly personality was nearly tangible. Despite the hardships she’s faced in her life over the past two decades, Ganahl […]

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From Puppies to Politics: How One Colorado Woman Is Using Her Past to Propel Her Political Future

June 16, 2016

Tweet “They call it ‘the most important position you’ve never heard of in Colorado,’” Ganahl said. “We’re one of four states that elect our regents so we have to actually run a campaign, and it’s a political process rather than being appointed by the governor.” While nine regents are responsible for the overall CU System, […]

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Designing Women: 10 of the Most Amazing Female Entrepreneurs in U.S. History

December 30, 2015

Tweet Extremely proud to be included on this list! “Founder of Camp Bow Wow, Heidi Ganahl, 49, turned her love for dogs into the largest pet-care franchise in the world. Since the first camp opened in 2000, Camp Bow Wow has grown to 200 franchises and $80 million in revenue.” Read the full article here.

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Employee Program on Government Regulations Coming to NC

December 14, 2015

Tweet The National Job Creators Network is teaming up with the North Carolina Free Enterprise Foundation to launch the “Employee to Employer Program.” Camp Bow Wow is the country’s largest pet care franchise. Its CEO, Heidi Ganahl, was in North Carolina this week talking about the obstacles businesses have to overcome when it comes to […]

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Boss Lady Generation | Heidi Ganahl: Hardworking. Driven. Compassionate.

October 23, 2015

Tweet                 Click to read the full interview at Boss Lady Generation.

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After Building Her Own Business, This Colorado Mom is Helping to Empower Moms Everywhere

September 23, 2015

Tweet “Through Camp Bow Wow, I’ve loved watching women launch one of our franchises and do an incredible job of building their business, and their independence,” Ganahl toldOpportunity Lives. “About 50 percent of our franchisees are women. Through the work I’ve done over the years on the charity side with our Bow Wow Buddies Foundation, […]

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Puppy Love and Perseverance

September 2, 2015

Tweet After overcoming personal tragedy and business failure, Heidi Ganahl founded a small daycare for dogs that’s now the world’s largest pet care franchise. These days Ganahl spends more time with her four children — three under the age of five — and husband Jason, a champion competitive barbecue cook. She also focuses on her […]

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