A 2010-11 printed directory of the names, office addresses, telephone numbers and emails of campus faculty and staff members will be distributed in early 2011, according to the Telecommunications Division of Information Technology. The printed (More)
UCCS in the headlines from December 4 – 10. Includes articles and stories from The Wall Street Journal, KRDO, KKTV and more. The Colorado Springs Gazette mentioned UCCS in NOREEN: Signs of prosperity at Atmel (More)
Faculty and staff enjoyed a Campus Appreciation Event this week, the first time the annual event was hosted in Berger Hall.
UCCS faculty members voted overwhelmingly to approve the final draft of new general education goals, Catherine Kelly, president, Faculty Assembly recently announced. 145 faculty members participated with 135 voting in favor of the proposal, according (More)
Several personnel changes were recently announced within the Office of Admissions and Records. Homer Wesley, vice chancellor, Student Success and Enrollment Management, announced the changes and new student services goals at a Dec. 1 forum. (More)
Carla Fleury, manager, Bookstore, recently accepted a new position as conference services consultant. Effective Dec. 1, Fleury, a 23-year Bookstore veteran including the last five years as its manager, began a new position as the (More)
A UCCS faculty member will work with campus and community leaders in an effort to reduce domestic violence among students at both UCCS and Pikes Peak Community College. Katie Kaukinen, associate professor, School of Public (More)
Courtney Rowes recently joined the CU Foundation as development assistant. She has previous experience in non-profit development and corporate sales and earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Millsaps College, Jackson, Miss.
UCCS in the headlines from November 29 – December 3. Includes articles and stories from The Denver Post, KRDO, In Denver Times, Colorado Springs Gazette, KKTV, KXRM and more. The Denver Post wrote about higher (More)
Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak was recently selected to work on Governor-elect John Hickenlooper’s education transition team. Hickenlooper will take office Jan. 2011.