The Colorado Springs Gazette wrote about science, technology, engineering and math education efforts at UCCS in Students’ chemistry, biology labs at summer camp are sweet The Denver Post wrote about CU connections to the U.S. space (More)
Stem cell research that helps burned skin heal and regenerate. Integrated mental health counseling for Pikes Peak region seniors at little or no cost. A Jewish Studies program that bridges past and present and promotes (More)
Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak will host a forum at 2 p.m. Aug. 12 in the Centennial Hall Auditorium for classified staff members, supervisors and Office of Human Resources liaisons.
Shockley-Zalabak will share provisions of House Bill 1301 which was passed by the Colorado General Assembly this spring. (More)
Fourteen faculty and staff members joined UCCS in July. Their names, title, department and start dates follow. Nathan Blum, human resources liaison, Beth El College of Nursing and Health Sciences, July 18. Edward Brands, assistant (More)
The Flobots, one of the most popular Denver-based rock and hip-hop bands, will perform at UCCS Sept. 17. Fresh from their March 2010 album “Survival Story,” the Flobots will continue their tradition of outstanding live (More)
The “All Campus Read” is a UCCS project intended to create community and promote discussion through a contemporary topic crossing school and college boundaries, and welcoming all students, faculty and staff. The annual effort includes (More)
An ice cream social to celebrate the fall semester is scheduled for 2:30-4 p.m. Aug 10 on the University Center Upper Plaza. The event is open to all staff members. Those attending should respond to (More)
An opening convocation ceremony featuring Tom Huber, professor, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, kicks off the UCCS 2011-12 academic year at 4:30 p.m. Aug. 17.
Huber, a president’s teaching scholar, will address a crowd of mainly freshman students in the Gallogly Events Center. He will speak about the power of individual action and how the results from this can have impacts beyond the original act. (More)
Two UCCS representatives will travel to the White House this week to meet with officials in the White House Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships.
On Aug. 3, Peg Bacon, provost, and Jeff Scholes, instructor, Department of Philosophy, will discuss UCCS involvement with President Barack Obama’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge for the upcoming academic year. (More)
David Nelson, associate professor, Communication Department, recently received a bronze award in the commercial category of the 32nd Annual Telly Awards Competition. Nelson received the award for “Jigsaw Puzzle,” a 30 second commercial about UCCS. (More)