Members of the Kraemer Family Library staff accepted a $1,000 check this week from Sisters in Crime, an organization devoted to supporting women who write mystery novels. The funds will be used to purchase books. (More)
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Carole Schoffstall, dean emerita, Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences, is a recipient of the prestigious Nightingale Award for Human Caring for 2010. The Nightingale Award honors outstanding Colorado registered nurses whose contributions to (More)
A UCCS educator whose background includes providing legal counsel to senior military authorities will address the National Press Club on legal issues impacting U.S. national security. Kurt Johnson, currently the interim director of the Center (More)
Elyse Dunckley, financial manager, National Institute of Science, Space and Security Centers earned the Employee of the Quarter award this term. Confidently managing all the paperwork for multi-million dollar NISSSC grants and making it look (More)
Josephine Benavidez, director, Pre-Collegiate Development program, will be honored at the May 22 Hats Off luncheon of Delta Sigma Theta sorority. The sorority will honor four local women for their commitments to public service.
Stephanie Hanenberg, director, Student Health Center, was honored April 16 with the University of Colorado Staff Council Service Excellence Award. The award was presented at the All Staff Council Conference in Boulder by Provost Peg (More)
The Colorado Springs Regional Economic Development Corporation recognized UCCS with leadership awards at a Wednesday lunch. The university was recognized with the following awards Community Enhancement Awards. The Science & Engineering Building was recognized. UCCS (More)
The following individuals were recently elected to the Professional Exempt Staff Association board for 2010-11. President. Robyn Marschke, director, Institutional Research. Vice President. Kyla Hammond, executive director for enrollment operations and extended studies, College of (More)
An April 3 UCCS event to raise understanding and gather resources for humanitarian relief in Haiti and Chile generated $1,240, according to Kee Warner, associate vice chancellor for diversity and inclusiveness. The event featured performances by current and former students in the University Center Ballroom. (More)
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)