Fred Coolidge, professor, Psychology, was featured in the WNYC radio program “Radiolab”, a nationally syndicated show, explaining his theory of hypnic jerks, the scientific term given to the sudden jerk that often accompany the beginning (More)
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Eve Gruntfest, professor emeritus, was recently appointed to the science advisory board of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. She is a research associate with the UCCS Trauma, Health and Hazards Center and directs the (More)
Sandy Wurtele, professor, Psychology, was the keynote speaker at the 11th National Conference on Child Sexual Abuse & Exploitation Prevention Aug. 24-26 in New Orleans. She recently published two books on the prevention of childhood (More)
Robert von Dassanowsky, professor, Languages and Cultures and Visual and Performing Arts, was recently selected as the external reviewer of an Atlantis Program’s Grant for Virginia Commonwealth University’s transatlantic master’s degree in foreign language and film (More)
Four UCCS faculty members recently published books in their respective fields. They are: Pam Shockley-Zalabak, professor, Communication, Sherry Morreale, assistant professor, Communication, and Michael Hackman, professor, Communication, “Building the high-trust organization: strategies for supporting five (More)
Kee Warner, associate vice chancellor for diversity and inclusiveness for UCCS, will be the grand marshal for the 44th Annual Fiesta Day Parade Sept. 5 in Pueblo. Warner will lead the 2010 Fiesta Day queen (More)
Four UCCS faculty members recently published books in their respective fields. They are: Heather Albanesi, assistant professor, Sociology, recently published “Gender and sexual agency: how young people make choices about sex.” The book was published (More)