Wicked weather wasn’t enough to stop the Colorado Springs appearance of the actress who played Clairee in “Steel Magnolias,” Anna Madrigal in “Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City,” and Rose Castorini in the romantic comedy “Moonstruck.” (More)
Denver artist and UCCS alum Joe Ziegler recently turned plywood into artwork to commemorate the university’s 50th anniversary. Ziegler, Communication ’07, used pointillism – painting a single dot a time – to create three pieces (More)
Nov. 12, 2015 While troubling, the recent events at the University of Missouri, and at other schools, can serve as important reminders of the importance of ongoing discussions about inclusive diversity on campus and in (More)
Dani Bostick, adjunct instructor, College of Education, will present at the 2015 TEDx Colorado Springs conference scheduled for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 17 at Library 21c, 1175 Chapel Hills Drive. The event will (More)
The CU Board of Regents formally recognized Andrea O’Reilly Herrera, professor and director, Women’s and Ethnic Studies Program, with the Chase Faculty Community Service Award Sept. 11. Meeting at Berger Hall, the Regents congratulated O’Reilly (More)
Nina Polok, director, Bachelor of Innovation program, is leading a new UCCS leadership development curriculum called Leadership Academy. The program is open to all staff and faculty, regardless of title, length of service, or number of employees supervised. (More)
Henrikka Weir, assistant professor, School of Public Affairs, and Anna Kosloski, assistant professor, School of Public Affairs, published “Melding theoretical perspectives: A gendered look at low-resting heart rate and developmental trajectories of antisocial behavior” in the March edition of Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Law and Society.
With Colorado Springs municipal elections for mayor and city council members less than a month away, Jennifer George, associate university counsel, recently provided a reminder regarding political campaign-related activity and expression. (More)