An academic conference populated by Hell’s Angels might provoke an unusual image, but that’s because scholarly pursuits aren’t often among the stereotypes and long-held conceptions about motorcycle enthusiasts. Yet, according to the International Journal of Motorcycle (More)
Cindy Corwin, director, Human Resources, recently received the Senior Professional in Human Resources certification from the Society of Human Resource Management. The certification required passage of rigorous exams in human resources practices, polices and principles.
UCCS will join other leading universities working to increase the number of math and science teachers in the U.S. by offering the nationally regarded UTeach program this year. UCCS was recently selected as an expansion site for UTeach, a successful program developed in 1997 at the University of Texas. (More)
The new, 1,250-seat UCCS event center will bear the name of a family of eight UCCS alums. James L. “Jim” Gallogly, a 1974 graduate, and his wife, Janet, on behalf of the Gallogly family, have pledged to donate $1 million to the CU Foundation. The donation will be used to help fund the $9 million campus event center scheduled for a 4 p.m.today grand opening and for other campus needs. It is the first full UCCS building named in honor of a campus alum. (More)
The UCCS College of Business was awarded a $1.25 million grant this week to help further instill a high standard of ethics in students attending the university.
Venkat Reddy, dean, College of Business announced the grant from Denver-based Daniels Fund during a Tuesday press conference at the Daniels Fund offices in Denver. (More)
Watching the competitions on TV and cheering for a favorite athlete is the closest most people get to the Olympic games. Nanna Meyer, assistant professor, Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences, isn’t most people. (More)
At home addresses, UCCS faculty and staff should receive letters this week from the CU System asking for verification of dependents receiving benefits such as health insurance from the university. (More)
The UCCS University Advancement office received two awards from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education during the CASE District VI conference Jan. 10 – 13 in St. Louis. The awards were: Gold (More)
Longtime University of Colorado general counsel Charles “Charlie” Sweet will continue to assist the university in a new role. Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak announced that Sweet will begin work for UCCS as executive director of strategic planning and initiatives. (More)
The Center for Homeland Security, part of the National Institute of Science, Space and Security Centers at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, will offer two new certificates in security intelligence and disaster public health this month. (More)