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Colorado Mesa University president Tim Foster announces retirement

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - Colorado Mesa University president Tim Foster will retire this summer. President Foster posted a statement to the CMU website on Wednesday announcing his retirement. Foster took over as president of the university in 2004. He will retire on June 30th, roughly six weeks after the...
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Grand Valley's Rushmore now includes Tim Foster

If I gave you 17 years, 20 years or 30 years, what would you create or what would you do? How would you transform a valley? How would you improve the place we call home?. The Grand Valley is special. It is isolated yet together. A hub that simply draws you in. The Ute curse is real. Just ask anyone not blessed enough to still live there. Ideas are possible, opportunity exists, and great things happen.
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Tim Foster Announces Plans to Retire as CMU President

Tenure spans 17 years and oversaw dramatic changes to campus’ academic offerings and physical footprint. Trustees prepare for a national search for next president. President Tim Foster — who took the helm at Colorado Mesa University in March 2004 — announced today his intention to retire as president effective June 30, 2021.