Below-market faculty salaries have made the University of Colorado and Colorado State University vulnerable to poaching of its professors, school officials say. The schools have both raised tuition to generate funding for faculty pay increases, but they still have not been able to compete with other institutions. "You want the school to have the resources it needs to retain its top faculty. That not only benefits the university; it benefits the whole state," said CU-Boulder provost Russ Moore.
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