The Kraemer Family Library celebrates the campus theme Sustainability and Community with a pair of displays during the month of August. The first of two exhibits on the 3rd floor of the Kraemer Family Library (More)
Graveside services are scheduled for 11 a.m. Aug. 26 at Evergreen Cemetery, 1005 S. Hancock, for Seyhan Dwelis, 66, a senior instructor in the Department of Anthropology. Dwelis died Aug. 18 at Pikes Peak Hospice (More)
The SUV’s, vans and pickups of UCCS freshmen and their families were lined up Tuesday morning as the newest members of the campus community moved into university housing. Greeted by the Office of Residence Life (More)
A new state law that focuses on efficiencies for higher education will allow some UCCS classified staff members to move to exempt professional staff positions, university officials explained at an Aug. 12 forum for classified (More)
The UCCS convocation speech for academic year 2011-12 touched on Vietnam and 1970’s music to emphasize environmental initiatives and the difference one person can make. In his address entitled “You Can’t Do Just One Thing,” (More)
UCCS Athletic Director Stephen Kirkham will be inducted into the Hall of Honor at Colorado Mesa University (formerly Mesa State College) in a ceremony in Grand Junction on Sept. 30. Also being inducted during the (More)
Janice Gould, assistant professor, Women’s and Ethnic Studies, was recently selected as the 2012 Writer-in-Residence for the School for Advanced Research, a Santa Fe, N.M. center for the study of the archaeology and ethnology of (More)
Brand new equipment and access to facilities at no cost might be the push some people need to start their own fitness programs. At least that’s what UCCS Recreation Center administrators are hoping. Matt Gaden, (More)
Sara Qualls, Kraemer Family Professor of Aging, presented “What Gets Aging Families in Trouble? Structures and Processes” as a plenary address at the American Psychological Association’s 119th annual convention Aug. 5 in Washington, D.C.
Coming to campus for “Thor” could be a show of UCCS staff solidarity as much as a summer diversion.
The movie is the first of the semester’s campus events Professional Exempt Staff Association leaders are hoping will promote staff participation. (More)