Hidden treasure

September 2, 2010

In a scene reminiscent of large city transportation hubs, the muted tones of classic violin wafted through campus Wednesday. A retaining wall between Engineering and Applied Science and the University Center hid Cory Hodges, a (More)

Caution urged during upcoming political season

September 2, 2010

UCCS faculty and staff are encouraged to participate in upcoming elections but must be aware of the Colorado Fair Campaign Practices Act and restrictions on the use of university resources. During an Aug. 31 campus (More)

Renting is newest bookstore choice

August 31, 2010

The campus bookstore is doing its part to keep costs of attending UCCS low. New this fall is a program that allows students to rent texts from more than 3 million titles and under five (More)

New instructors join UCCS faculty ranks

August 30, 2010

There are 15 new instructors who recently joined UCCS in non-tenure track faculty positions. Their names, titles, department and college, and brief information about them follow. Holly Bradshaw, clinical instructor, Nursing, Beth-El College of Nursing (More)

UCCS in the news, August 14 through 27

August 27, 2010

UCCS in the headlines from the first two weeks of August, 2010. This includes articles and stories from Colorado Springs Business Journal, Colorado Springs Gazette, Denver Post, KRDO, KOAA and more. The Colorado Springs Gazette (More)

Faculty books published

August 27, 2010

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)

Welcome to the fall semester

August 26, 2010

Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak welcomes newcomers and campus veterans alike in an open letter that expresses appreciation and encourages patience. (More)

Campus complies with fire testing statute

August 26, 2010

Fire alarm testing will continue on campus next week as UCCS completes mandated testing of its fire emergency procedures. Occupants of Centennial, Columbine, Dwire, Engineering, Science & Engineering, and University Hall all successfully completed fire (More)

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