Campus can see “Psycho” for less

October 12, 2010

Faculty, staff, students and alumni can celebrate Halloween with a one-performance discount to the Colorado Springs Philharmonic Oct. 30. UCCS community members will save 50 percent on tickets to the 8 p.m. performance at the (More)

Human nervous system subject for math lecture

October 8, 2010

An explanation of the 100 billion neurons and 200 trillion connections that make up the human central nervous system will be shared Oct. 14 as part of the Second Annual Distinguished Math Lecture. William Kath, (More)

Graduate School open house is Oct. 14

October 7, 2010

Graduate School open house is Oct. 14 Individuals interested in additional education in preparation for a career change or advancement are encouraged to attend an open house for graduate studies Oct. 14. The open house (More)

Ben Franklin has Theatreworks tea party

October 5, 2010

Ben Franklin has Theatreworks tea party What happens when our best-loved founding father is miraculously teleported into a 21st century television studio to face questions from an aggressive group of lively panelists? There are questions (More)

Clyde’s opens with campus fanfare

October 1, 2010

The grand opening of Clyde’s, the long-awaited new campus pub, kicked off “Back to the Bluffs” Tuesday. The party featured live music, T-shirt giveaways and an appearance by Clyde, a rescued mountain lion who is (More)

Cops and coffee event set

September 30, 2010

Police officers will treat faculty, staff and students to doughnuts and coffee from 7:30-9 a.m. Oct. 6 in UC 116 as part of an annual meet and greet event. Jim Spice, executive director, Public Safety, (More)

October forum to focus on technology

September 30, 2010

Jerry Wilson, executive director, Information Technology, will explain the newest tool to expand the university’s reach during the October Chancellor’s Forum scheduled for 2 p.m. Oct. 6 in the University Center Theater. Wilson will provide (More)

Back to the Bluffs offers fun for all

September 29, 2010

Homecoming this year, Mountain Lion style, includes a new pub, T-shirts and Mark Twain. Other components of the annual UCCS “Back to the Bluffs” celebration are a family hike, a casino night, and the opportunity (More)

School of Public Affairs to host candidate debates in Denver

September 29, 2010

The School of Public Affairs will host a series of debates focused on issues facing Coloradans in the Nov. 2 election.

SPA is collaborating with the Denver Post and 9News on debates highlighting the U.S. Senate race, the gubernatorial race and statewide ballot issues on Oct. 11 and 13. (More)

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