UCCS in the news, early May

May 12, 2011

UCCS in the headlines in the first half of May. Includes articles and stories from the Colorado Springs Independent, New York Times, La Junta Tribune, KKTV, and more. The Colorado Springs Independent wrote about alternative (More)

Soifer service recognized

May 12, 2011

Alex Soifer, professor, Interdepartmental Studies, received the Colorado Mathematical Olympiad Service Excellence Award from Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak April 29 in recognition of 28 years of outstanding service to the university and the region. The award (More)

Blaze prompts fire safety warnings

May 11, 2011

UCCS faculty and staff were reminded of the importance of fire safety following a wind-whipped fire in a median near the Campus Recreation Center Monday afternoon. Following Monday’s fire, the Department of Public Safety reminded (More)

Fenell joins ROTC Hall of Fame

May 11, 2011

David Fenell, interim dean, College of Education, was inducted into Oklahoma State University’s ROTC Hall of Fame prior to the university’s officer commissioning ceremonies May 6 in Stillwater, Okla. After 26 years of military service, (More)

GOCA exhibit to celebrate former director

May 10, 2011

The UCCS Galleries of Contemporary Art will present an exhibition in memory of its late director, Gerry Riggs, May 13. GOCA founded the Gerry Riggs Exhibition Fund to bring one national exhibition to UCCS each (More)

Colorado General Assembly approves mission change for UCCS, CSU-Pueblo

May 6, 2011

Members of the Colorado House of Representatives voted in favor of proposed changes in the roles and missions of UCCS and Colorado State University-Pueblo Friday.

The action by the House of Representatives follows approval by the Colorado Senate. The bill, SB 11-204 now goes to Governor John Hickenlooper for his signature. (More)

Looking ahead, chancellor finds cause for optimism

May 6, 2011

Meeting enrollment targets has always been important for UCCS and has produced important revenue for next year’s budget, Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak told faculty and staff who attended a Year in Review and Budget Preview forum Thursday. (More)

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