Charles “Chip” Benight, professor, Psychology Department, and director, Trauma Health and Hazards Center, is featured in a new City of Colorado Springs effort to help community members recover from recent violent events. (More)
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Chris DuVal, director of degree audit and transfer credit, Student Retention and First Year Experience Office, recently earned a two-year certification as a Certified Degree Audit Encoder from CollegeSource, a technology company that creates tools for more than 2,000 colleges and universities. (More)
Sandy Wurtele, professor, Department of Psychology, was recently recognized for her contributions to “Implementing child maltreatment prevention programmes: what the experts say” a handbook published by the Centre for Public Health and the World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Violence Prevention at Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, England. (More)
Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman honored Colorado Springs law enforcement and first responders during a Jan. 12 ceremony at Colorado Springs City Hall. Coffman recognized the UCCS Police Department, the Colorado Springs Police Department, (More)
UCCS student-athletes maintained a term grade point average of 3.00 or greater for the 23 semester. of 3.12 in the fall 2015 semester to extend the streak of 3.00 or greater semesters to 23.
The Mountain Lions had an average GOA of 3.12 in the fall 2015 semester and also placed 40 student-athletes on the UCCS Dean’s List or President’s List, with semester GPAs greater than 3.75. (More)
Tom Christensen, professor, Physics Department, and co-director of UCCS Teach, received the annual Excellence in Leadership Award Nov. 13 from the CU system-wide Excellence in Leadership Program. The award was presented during the annual Excellence (More)
Four UCCS students were recently named University Innovation Fellows by the National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation. The UCCS students, all currently enrolled in the Bachelor of Innovation Program, were among 150 students representing (More)