Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak was recently selected to work on Governor-elect John Hickenlooper’s education transition team. Hickenlooper will take office Jan. 2011.
A 25 kilowatt solar photovoltaic system that will provide approximately 3 percent of the energy needs of Centennial Hall was installed on the building’s roof this week. The $143,000 south-facing solar panels were installed by (More)
Holiday Service Project 2010 is showing an early harvest of giving tree tags and a slow flow of cash donations, according to project organizers. Adopted families number 29, and the drive is on to provide (More)
A current UCCS police officer will direct campus risk management efforts effective Dec. 1. James Duvall, a UCCS police officer since 2004, was selected for the position charged with reducing and mitigating potential loss to (More)
More than 50 UCCS staff and faculty members took advantage of an employee benefit this fall by enrolling in courses without paying tuition. Cindy Corwin, director, Human Resources, said 52 staff or faculty members took (More)
Two new staff members joined UCCS in November. They are: Rebekah Lynch, rural nursing educational specialist, Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences, effective Nov. 15. David Pritchett, custodian, University Center, effective Nov. 12.
Debbie Lapioli was pragmatic when asked how she would use time off near the Thanksgiving holiday. “I’ve got a paper due – that’s what I’ll be doing on my day off,” Lapioli, executive assistant, Vice (More)
The December Chancellor’s Monthly Forum will feature updates from three campus divisions. The forum is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Dec. 1 in the University Center Theater and will feature Homer Wesley, vice chancellor, Student Success; (More)
An official ceremony Friday morning to transfer a beam from New York’s World Trade Center from UCCS to Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station drew members of the CU Board of Regents in addition to campus faculty and staff and area law enforcement and fire department representatives. (More)