All 47 UCCS students from the College of Education’s Department of Counseling and Human Services who recently took a national comprehensive exam passed it, according to David Fenell, professor, Education. News of the 100 percent (More)
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Carole Schoffstall, dean emerita, Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences, was named a finalist for regional 2010 Florence Nightingale Academy of Nursing Award. She will compete in statewide award process in May.
Robert von Dassanowsky, professor, Languages and Cultures, was elected fellow of the Royal Society of Arts Feb. 26 in London. The Royal Society of Arts encourages public discourse and critical debate by providing platforms to (More)
UCCS faculty and staff contributed $27,381 to the Colorado Combined Campaign, surpassing a goal set for the campaign, according to Iryse Naro, executive assistant, Administration and Finance, and Tina Collins, program assistant, Student Success. Naro (More)
The Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation in partnership with the Boettcher Foundation named UCCS senior Jacqueline Bell as the Colorado Leadership Alliance Student Leader of the Year. Beginning in 2009, the CLA and the Boettcher (More)
Eve Gruntfest, professor emerita, Geography and Environmental Studies and researcher at the UCCS Trama, Health and Hazards Center, will work for five months as an invited visiting scientist at the Laboratoire d’étude des Transferts en (More)
Marguerite Cantu, senior instructor, Communication, was recently awarded a scholarship from the Council on International Educational Exchange and was accepted into the International Faculty Development Seminar. In June, she will travel to Tibet and China. (More)
Minette Church, associate professor, Anthropology, was recently selected as the Cotsen Fellow in Archaeology at the School of Advance Research, Santa Fe, N.M. Church will spend two months in Santa Fe this summer. (More)
The CU Board of Regents honored Don Klingner, professor, School of Public Affairs, Thursday, officially designating him as a distinguished professor. Following a formal and unanimous vote, Tillie Bishop, vice chair, CU Board of Regents, (More)
Fernando Feliu-Moggi, associate professor, Languages and Cultures, was recently elected as a member of the European Academy of Science and Arts. He will be officially installed during the group’s March meeting in Salzburg, Austria. Feliu-Moggi (More)