Campus information sources on display

January 21, 2011

The January UCCS Archives display shows the history and current methods of accessing three information resources on campus, The Scribe, UCCS Radio and Communique. “Where can you find information about what is happening on campus (More)

Gould to publish poetry works

January 21, 2011

Janice Gould, assistant professor, Women’s and Ethnic Studies, will soon publish “Doubters and Dreamers,” a collection of poetry.  Feb. 24 is the scheduled release date, according to the book’s publisher, the University of Arizona Press.

New exhibits to open at GOCA

January 21, 2011

Two new exhibitions will soon open at the Gallery of Contemporary Art on campus, GOCA 1420, as well as the gallery’s downtown location, GOCA121 at 121 S. Tejon. “Rupture” will open at GOCA1420 with a (More)

CISCO, UCCS partnership shared with global audience

January 21, 2011

After a semester-long experiment, UCCS and computer giant Cisco shared a new way of delivering education before a world-wide audience Wednesday morning. During the fall semester, instructors from the College of Engineering and Applied Science (More)

First forum is Feb. 2

January 21, 2011

The first spring semester Chancellor’s All Campus Forum is scheduled for 4 p.m. Feb. 2 in Centennial Hall Auditorium. The forum will feature updates by the Climate Action Committee on efforts to reduce human climate change (More)

Staff focuses on fitness

January 21, 2011

What and how to eat, and getting necessary exercise are matters of choice. Kelly Ping of the Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Science Peak Nutrition Clinic spoke at the Jan. 11 UCCS Staff Council (More)

December new staff

January 21, 2011

Six new staff members joined UCCS in December.  Their names, titles, department and start dates follow. John Scheur, northeast state director, Troops to Teachers, effective Dec. 1. Michael Bolei, information technology professional, Information Technology, effective (More)

Lewis named New Inventor of the Year

January 19, 2011

Rory A. Lewis, assistant professor, College of Engineering and Applied Science, was named New Inventor of the Year, Colorado Springs,  Jan. 18 by the University of Colorado Technology Transfer Office. Lewis was honored during a (More)

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