Several UCCS classified staff members recently got to punch and kick Steve Linhart. Linhart, director, Emergency Management and Judicial Affairs, was conducting a self-defense demonstration with the group, and suffered no injuries in his quest (More)
Undergraduate students at UCCS will pay an additional $420-$450 per year in tuition costs beginning next fall, according to plans approved Monday by the CU Board of Regents. Meeting in downtown Denver in a special (More)
Carole Schoffstall, dean emerita, Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences, was named a finalist for regional 2010 Florence Nightingale Academy of Nursing Award. She will compete in statewide award process in May.
The first stages are over and the Integrated Student Information System is “on the verge of full implementation,” David Moon, associate vice chancellor, Academic Affairs, told Faculty Assembly members at their March 12 meeting. The (More)
Representatives from Payroll and Benefits Services will have a forum from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. April 1 in the University Center theater to explain changes in the university’s health benefit plans and to answer (More)
Jane Stanbrough passed away March 9, 2010. She is survived by her partner of 44 years, Alice Cox, and her sister, Jo Stanbrough. A long time English professor, Jane taught at Thomas Jefferson and South (More)
Two University of Colorado at Colorado Springs students have found their calling thanks to federal stimulus funds and a professor’s resolve to offer courses in the increasingly lucrative field of energy engineering. UCCS was among (More)
A UCCS professor needs women more than 21 years old to participate in a research study involving high blood pressure. Kikikipa Kretzer, assistant professor, Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences, seeks adult women who (More)