David Anderson, associate professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, is the latest UCCS faculty or staff member to be featured in the university’s Be Colorado health and wellness program. Anderson joins Andrew Calvo, electronics specialist, Facilities (More)
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Courtney Camelin, thought having an assigned mentor, a regular part of the Karen Possehl Women’s Endowment Scholarship, was a bad idea. “I thought ‘I’m 35 years old, if I haven’t figured out life by now, (More)
To help UCCS faculty and staff meet personal weight loss goals, the Be Colorado program will sponsor a weight reduction and maintenance program beginning in February. Called Colorado Weigh, the 12-week weight loss and long-term (More)
A late afternoon Nov. 11 announcement and celebration of a $4 million gift from the John E. and Margaret L. Lane Foundation and Margot Lane drew UCCS, CU and community dignitaries to the first floor (More)
Each week the White House highlights “Champions of Change” who are making an impact in communities and helping America rise to meet the challenges of the 21st century. On Wednesday, UCCS Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak, was (More)
UCCS will join a prestigious American Council on Education project funded by the Henry Luce Foundation to promote collaboration between internationalization and diversity education initiatives on college and university campuses. “Colorado Springs is a globally (More)
The UCCS convocation speech for academic year 2011-12 touched on Vietnam and 1970’s music to emphasize environmental initiatives and the difference one person can make. In his address entitled “You Can’t Do Just One Thing,” (More)