Marketing efforts earn kudos

January 21, 2010

The UCCS University Advancement office received two awards from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education during the CASE District VI conference Jan. 10 – 13 in St. Louis. The awards were: Gold (More)

Charles Sweet joins campus ranks

January 21, 2010

Longtime University of Colorado general counsel Charles “Charlie” Sweet will continue to assist the university in a new role. Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak announced that Sweet will begin work for UCCS as executive director of strategic planning and initiatives. (More)

Homeland Security Certificates at UCCS

January 21, 2010

The Center for Homeland Security, part of the National Institute of Science, Space and Security Centers at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, will offer two new certificates in security intelligence and disaster public health this month. (More)

State Attorney General to teach UCCS course

January 21, 2010

Colorado’s top law enforcement officer, Attorney General John Suthers, will teach a joint undergraduate and graduate course in criminal justice at UCCS for the spring semester. Suthers will be a scholar in residence for the UCCS School of Public Affairs. He is the first person to hold the position. (More)

Benight named New Inventor of Year

January 21, 2010

Charles “Chip” Benight, professor, Psychology, was named “New Inventor of the Year, UCCS” by the CU Technology Transfer Office during a Wednesday banquet and ceremony. (More)

UCCS brings Disney Institute to Colorado Springs

January 21, 2010

UCCS will bring Disney Institute’s traveling professional development program, Disney’s Approach to Business Excellence, to campus on March 23. The day-long event will be on the UCCS campus in the newly-constructed UCCS Event Center. “This (More)

Sandy Wurtele

December 11, 2009

Sandy Wurtele, professor, Psychology, recently returned from Lisbon, Portugal where she taught a two-day workshop sponsored by the Portuguese Association for the Study and Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse.

Visiting Chinese professor aims to bridge cultures

December 11, 2009

The United States and China are like brothers, according to a UCCS visiting scholar. “Occasionally, brothers disagree,” Shiquan “Michael” Wang, a visiting professor to the Department of Communication, said. “But like brothers, the two countries (More)

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