Tony Frank, president of Colorado State University and chancellor of the CSU System, has been elected to the Universities Research Association (URA) Board of Trustees, representing Region 2 among the coalition of top U.S. and international research universities. The Universities Research Association is a consortium of 89 leading research institutions, located primarily in the United States, with members also in Canada, Japan, Italy, and the United Kingdom. URA has operated the Department of Energy Fermi National Laboratory (Fermilab) since 1967 and has shared that responsibility since 2007 with the University of Chicago through the Fermilab Research Alliance, LLC. URA also receives National Science Foundation support for the U.S.’s operational role in the international Pierre Auger Cosmic Ray Observatory.

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