Time running out on license plate discount

November 17, 2010

Twelve days remain for faculty, staff, students and alumni to save $25 when purchasing a UCCS-emblazoned vehicle license plate. By pre-ordering, faculty and staff can save regardless of license-renewal deadlines. (More)

Filmmaker Lloyd Kaufman to share movies, career

November 17, 2010

Lloyd Kaufman, president of Troma and creator of “The Toxic Avenger” will visit UCCS Nov. 18 and 19 to host screenings and to share his thoughts on independent film making. Sponsored by the Department of (More)

Blood drive nets 207 pints

November 12, 2010

An Oct. 26 and 27 campus blood drive resulted in 207 pints donated to Memorial Hospital’s blood bank, according to drive co-organizer Julie Brewster, controller, Resource Management. The two-day total was the largest in campus (More)

CU Regents coming to town

November 12, 2010

The nine-member CU Board of Regents will conduct its regular meeting Nov. 18-19 at Berger Hall in the University Center. The regents are the elected governing board for CU. Its meetings are open to the public and will be attended by members of all three CU campuses. (More)

Recycled gets recommendation

November 12, 2010

It’s easy being green.

Beginning this month, UCCS departments are strongly encouraged to use paper that has at least 30 percent recycled content. The request comes as UCCS tries to achieve its own sustainability goals as well as comply with Governor Bill Ritter’s Greening of State Government executive order. (More)

Photo of the Week: Veterans Day

November 12, 2010

Thursday morning brought a chill as faculty, staff and students recognized America’s veterans with a formal presentation of U.S., Colorado and POW-MIA flags by the UCCS ROTC unit. They also heard a powerful rendition of (More)

UCCS in the news, November 6 – 12

November 12, 2010

UCCS in the headlines from the second week of November. Includes articles and stories from The Denver Post, The Colorado Springs Gazette, KKTV and more. The Denver Post wrote about area high school athletes and (More)

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