CU President Emeritus John Buechner shared a personal eleventh commandment with UCCS alumni Saturday, a summary of lessons learned in a 34 year CU career and as an elected official. “Thou shalt not wing it,” (More)
The Colorado Math Olympiad will return to UCCS for its 28th year on April 22.
An estimated 400 middle and high school students from around the state will meet in Berger Hall and the Gallogly Events Center at 9 a.m. Participants are given four hours to complete the five essay-style problems. (More)
This is the fifth in a series of occasional features provided by the UCCS Teaching and Learning Center to encourage faculty to share ideas about teaching strategies that engage students and enhance learning. This week is a conversation with Liesl H. Eberhardt and Comm. 3240-001 students about using a class wiki. (More)
The College of Business will offer students a minor in entrepreneurship to share the challenges of new ventures and to spur regional economic development.
Tom Duening, director, Center for Entrepreneurship and El Pomar Chair of Business and Entrepreneurship, will lead the program. (More)
Tom Christensen, dean, College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, recently announced plans to return to the faculty in June 2012.
Christensen will return to teaching and research as a professor in the Department of Physics and Energy Science. (More)
One new staff member joined UCCS in March. Jeremy Simenson began March 15 as a police officer for the Department of Public Safety.
Ann McCready, a staff member from 1967 until her retirement as a program assistant in the College of Engineering and Applied Science in 2000, died March 29 at her home in Black Forest. She was 88 years old. (More)
CU President Bruce Benson told faculty and staff he appreciated efforts to cooperate within the campus, the university, and with other Colorado higher education institutions during a Town Hall meeting Friday morning at the University Center Theater. (More)
For those unable to attend the Feb. 4 University of Colorado Diversity Summit, the keynote address by Columbia provost and social psychologist Claude Steele is now available from the UCCS diversity website. (More)
Ryan Hollamby, graduate student, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, became this year’s UCCS Student Employee of the Year, after introducing technology used in geography to the Colorado Department of Corrections. He will receive a (More)