BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - The University of Colorado has released a draft proposal for the College of Media, Communication and Information on the Boulder campus.
The Daily Camera reports the 58-page document released Friday explains the college's mission, departments and disciplines, core curriculum and more. Christopher Braider, the college's director, is asking for public comment and suggestions on the proposal before it's finalized.
The Board of Regents voted in April 2011 to shutter CU's School of Journalism and Mass Communication, citing the rapid evolution of media. Two years later, CU provost Russ Moore announced early plans for a new college focusing on media, communication and information.
University leaders hope to present the draft proposal to regents later this spring.
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