Faculty receive ISIS demonstration

April 16, 2010

The April 9 UCCS Faculty Assembly meeting featured a demonstration of faculty access to the Improved Student Information System as well as discussion of health care concerns, and some positive news from the chancellor. Chancellor (More)

UCCS in the news, April 10 through 16

April 16, 2010

UCCS in the headlines from the second week of April, 2010. This week includes articles and stories from The Denver Post, Colorado Springs Independent, Boulder Daily Camera, KOAA, KXRM, and more. (More)

Alum motivates undergraduates

April 15, 2010

The Colorado Springs Undergraduate Research Forum drew a record crowd Saturday to hear John Herrington, class of 1983, and the first Native American astronaut talk about his experiences as a student, a pilot and as (More)

Campus earns kudos for economic development leadership

April 15, 2010

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)

In Memory: Sandy Starczewski

April 14, 2010

Sandy Starczewski, general professional, Human Resources Office, died April 8. She began work at UCCS in March 2007. Memorial services were April 14 in Littleton. To see her obituary and to offer condolences, visit http://www.legacy.com/dignity-memorial/obituary.aspx?n=Sandra-Starczewski&lc=2556&mid=4215236

New campus-wide extended studies director picked

April 14, 2010

An experienced leader in the development of non-traditional university programs will become the director of campus-wide extended studies at UCCS. Carley Ries, currently director/associate director of several extended studies programs in the Division of Continuing (More)

UCCS faculty profiled by Science Magazine

April 9, 2010

The work of two University of Colorado at Colorado Springs professors in the study of human memory is featured in the April 9 edition of Science Magazine, the publication of The American Association for the (More)

Water line work continues

April 9, 2010

The Cragmor water line project, which created holes on either side of Meadow Lane and behind Cragmor Hall, is halfway complete, according to Facilities Services. The $467,000 project is part of a State of Colorado (More)

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