Ann McCready, a staff member from 1967 until her retirement as a program assistant in the College of Engineering and Applied Science in 2000, died March 29 at her home in Black Forest. She was 88 years old. (More)
CU President Bruce Benson told faculty and staff he appreciated efforts to cooperate within the campus, the university, and with other Colorado higher education institutions during a Town Hall meeting Friday morning at the University Center Theater. (More)
For those unable to attend the Feb. 4 University of Colorado Diversity Summit, the keynote address by Columbia provost and social psychologist Claude Steele is now available from the UCCS diversity website. (More)
Ryan Hollamby, graduate student, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, became this year’s UCCS Student Employee of the Year, after introducing technology used in geography to the Colorado Department of Corrections. He will receive a (More)
UCCS in the headlines in mid March. Includes articles and stories from the Colorado Springs Gazette, the Kansas City Star, KRDO, and more. The Colorado Springs Gazette mentioned UCCS in an upcoming production in ‘Vagina (More)
Mary Lou Kartis, assistant to the dean, School of Public Affairs, received the annual Service Excellence Award for her contributions to UCCS. Each year the University of Colorado Staff Council recognizes and rewards individuals from (More)
The Student Government Association will host a meet-the-candidate forum for Colorado Springs mayor candidates from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 1 on the lawn near Science & Engineering.
Candidates Steve Bach, Buddy Gilmore, and Richard Skorman are expected to attend, according to Kristina Achey, president, Student Government Association. (More)
Formal dedication ceremonies for new artwork at UCCS are scheduled for approximately 1 p.m. April 23 at Mountain Lion Field at the Four Diamonds Sports Complex.
Between the final 2011 home games of the Mountain Lion Softball Team, university leaders will unveil a 12-foot-tall bronze sculpture to honor women student-athletes. (More)
Theatreworks will present its rendition of the classic play “The Seagull” April 21-May 8 in the Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theater in University Hall.
“The Seagull” plays Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at 7:30 p.m. from April 21 to May 8. There are Saturday matinee performances at 2 p.m. April 30 and May 7 and Sunday afternoon performances at 4 p.m. April 24, May 1 and 8. (More)
One of the most popular indie folk rock bands of the decade, The Decemberists, will perform at UCCS April 16.
Fresh from the release of their sixth album, “The King Is Dead,” the Portland, Ore. band will perform at 7 p.m. at the Gallogly Events Center. Tickets are $15 for UCCS students, $20 for other students and military members and $25 for the general public. (More)