The 8th annual CU Women Succeeding Symposium began with dinner and networking events Thursday night in preparation for a day long series of discussions focused on issues facing women at the university. (More)
The historic contributions of Jews to the American Southwest, including Colorado, will be the subject of a two-day conference at UCCS March 10 and 11. The Sephardic Memory and Movement Conference will highlight the history (More)
The Gallery of Contemporary Art is planning a fundraising party March 12 that promises cocktails, food, dancing, video art, silent films, live jazz and performance projects. The location of the party is a secret. Ticket (More)
The campus Climate Action Committee will present “UCCS Climate Leadership: Working Together as a Campus Community,” at 3 p.m. March 1 in the University Center Theater.
The rescheduled all-campus forum, will present an overview of campus efforts to reduce human climate change effects. (More)
Gov. John Hickenlooper’s budget proposal to the Joint Budget Committee of the Colorado General Assembly is a long way from reality, Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak and Brian Burnett, vice chancellor, Administration and Finance, told the members of the University Budget Advisory Committee Thursday. (More)
Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak will moderate a mayoral candidate forum beginning at 5:15 p.m. March 1 at the Fine Arts Center, 30 West Dale Street.
The forum will feature six candidates: Steve Bach, Brian Bahr, Tom Gallagher, Buddy Gilmore, Dave Munger and Richard Skorman. The candidates will answer questions and participate in a reception. (More)
There is no more “at” in the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
Martin Wood, vice chancellor, University Advancement, led an overview Wednesday of a branding effort in the works for more than 18 months that includes revisions to the UCCS logo, setting of standards for everything from web pages to business cards, identification of four core messages, and the loss of a two-letter preposition. (More)
With the occasional clink of a bottle or the “Eeeeewww” of a discovery destined for the compost pile, UCCS students joined with the Office of Sustainability Wednesday to learn first-hand how much of what ends up in trash bins could have been recycled. (More)