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With characteristic humbleness, Charlie Shub, professor, Department of Computer Science, accepted a proclamation from the CU Board of Regents June 22 lauding his role as the faculty athletics representative to Mountain Lion Athletics. (More)
There were few dry eyes as UCCS benefactor Glenn Williams was remembered May 6 during a dedication of a new sculpture near Mountain Lion Field. “Dedicated to Excellence,” a 12-foot-tall bronze by Denny Haskew, Loveland, (More)
The largest building at UCCS was renamed Thursday morning in honor of its largest donors, Ed and Mary Osborne of Colorado Springs.
During a 10:30 a.m. outdoor ceremony, the Science & Engineering Building was renamed the Osborne Center for Science and Engineering. The ceremony featured comments by CU President Bruce Benson, UCCS Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak and both Osbornes. (More)
Led by Paul Ballantyne, professor, Department of Economics, 70 faculty and staff members were honored Thursday for their commitment to the university for 25 or more years of service.
UCCS was only two years old when Ballantyne arrived in the fall of 1967. (More)
The Kraemer Family Library and the Pikes Peak Library District hosted the Third Annual Edible Book Festival April 15 at the Kramer Family Library.
Campus and community members created edible art that was connected to a book or reading. (More)
Gayanne Scott does not remember why she donated her first pint of O-negative blood.
But after donating her 48th pint Tuesday – the equivalent of six gallons – the executive director of resource management has a pretty good idea why she takes time to donate every year. (More)
CU President Bruce Benson told faculty and staff he appreciated efforts to cooperate within the campus, the university, and with other Colorado higher education institutions during a Town Hall meeting Friday morning at the University Center Theater. (More)
Glenn Williams came to lunch recently bearing gifts. Williams, the benefactor responsible for a more than 12 foot high sculpture that will grace the Four Diamonds Sports Complex later this spring, brought a precede of what’s to come to a recent luncheon with university and CU Foundation officials. (More)