A national competition to spur development of sports, health and outdoor-related businesses in the Pikes Peak region was launched this week by UCCS. The UCCS College of Business Center for Entrepreneurship is managing the contest (More)
To assist faculty, staff and their dependents with enrollment for the summer and fall 2011 semesters and beyond, the Human Resources Office, Resource Management Division, and the Office of Admissions and Records recently clarified enrollment (More)
University of Colorado President Bruce Benson today announced Creating Futures, a $1.5 billion comprehensive fundraising campaign, the most ambitious in university history, which will benefit people, programs and places across CU’s four campuses. (More)
The Kraemer Family Library and the Pikes Peak Library District hosted the Third Annual Edible Book Festival April 15 at the Kramer Family Library.
Campus and community members created edible art that was connected to a book or reading. (More)
Kevin Landis, associate professor, Visual and Performing Arts, was elected a College of Letters, Arts and Sciences representative to the UCCS Faculty Assembly in a run-off election. He defeated David Weiss, associate professor, Chemistry, for (More)
Members of the Senate Education Committee voted unanimously in favor of proposed changes in the roles and missions of UCCS and Colorado State University-Pueblo following testimony Wednesday.
The eight-member committee voted to recommend changes in the mission statements of the two southern Colorado universities.The change will allow CSU-Pueblo to add a limited number of graduate programs. (More)
The UCCS website, www.uccs.edu, received a facelift this week to create a more user-friendly experience while showcasing the campus.
In a campus-wide email, Jerry Wilson, executive director, Information Technology, announced the change effective April 20. (More)
Using audience interaction and an empty chair, a CU Boulder-based theater group helped UCCS faculty and staff better understand the challenges of building inclusive campus communities during a Thursday morning campus forum. (More)
Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak was selected as the 2011 recipient of the Makepeace Community Trustee Award by Leadership Pikes Peak. Shockley-Zalabak received the award April 16. The award honors an individual whose exemplary and sustained community (More)