Visitor of distinction

February 4, 2010

Helen Thorpe, a journalist and author, shared insights from her first book, Just Like Us: The True Story of Four Mexican Girls Coming of Age in America, on campus this week. She also signed copies (More)

Academic innovations shared at campus forum

February 3, 2010

Leaders of five Academic Innovations task forces made rapid-fire presentations to the campus community during a Feb. 3 forum. Provost Peg Bacon provided introductions and context for presentations from five task forces working under the (More)

Geography faculty to study military land restoration

February 2, 2010

David Havlick, assistant professor, Geography and Environmental Studies, recently received a $244,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to study the ecological restoration of former military lands. The grant supports three years of research which (More)

Who’s New

February 2, 2010

The Human Resources Office recently provided the names of more than 20 new faculty and staff members who joined the UCCS community in December and January. (More)

Veteran administrator selected as vice chancellor

February 1, 2010

A college administrator with more than 30 years experience will become vice chancellor for student success and enrollment management at UCCS. Homer “Bucky” Wesley, currently vice president for student services at Mississippi University for Women, (More)

Photos from the Event Center Opening

January 29, 2010

Tony Gallogly, right, a 1983 UCCS graduate, converses with Jerry Rutledge, regent emeritus, following a ribbon cutting at the Jan. 22 Event Center dedication. The Event Center will be named in honor of Tom Gallogly, (More)

Finals now end on Saturday

January 29, 2010

A UCCS tradition, the so-called “wrap around Monday” finals schedule, ended with the start of the spring semester. Provost Peg Bacon announced Jan. 5 that finals will begin Monday May 10 and end Saturday May (More)

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