Michael Calvisi, assistant professor and director of the Computational Fluid Dynamics Lab, College of Engineering and Applied Science, received a $516,000 National Science Foundation award for his research project “Optimal Control of Encapsulated Ultrasound Microbubbles for Biomedicine.” (More)
Graduate programs in nursing, business and engineering at UCCS are among the nation’s best, according to just-released lists of graduate programs compiled by “U.S. News & World Report,” which annually highlights the best in research and teaching across the country. (More)
The UCCS budget will be the topic of an all-campus chancellor’s forum March 22 in University Center room 302. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to attend the forum, which will begin at noon. Venkat (More)
Women CU leaders were encouraged to be involved in their university, community or church and to spread the word about the importance of CU during a March 3 CU Women Succeeding Symposium at UCCS. (More)
Gary Reynolds, 67, plans to retire from UCCS in January 2018, about the time the $70 million arts complex is finished, concluding a 45-year professional career, 36 of which have been in higher education construction and facilities management.
A presidential election marked with racial, religious and gender denegration can provide inspiration for the work of diversity and inclusion in society and on college campuses, Sarah Willie-Lebreton, professor of sociology, Swarthmore College, said Monday at the CU Diversity Summit. (More)
UCCS’ women’s basketball team won the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament championship for the first time in program history last week, then clinched the No. 3 seed for the NCAA Division II tournament, which begins (More)