New staff members join campus ranks

January 31, 2011

Twelve new staff members joined UCCS in January. Their names, departments, and dates of employment are: Donald Pettrow, assistant women’s softball coach, Athletics, effective Jan. 1. Erin Dalton, instructor, English, effective Jan. 11. Kathryn Davidson, (More)

Markiewicz adds to SBDC responsibilities

January 28, 2011

Shawna Markiewicz, assistant to the director, Small Business Development Center, will help maintain the operations of SBDC as the search for a new director to replace Matt Barrett takes place. After five years as the (More)

High flying farce takes off at Theatreworks

January 28, 2011

Bernard has got a great thing going. He’s a successful architect at home in Paris, 1965, with his three fiancées, just not at the same time. Each fiancée is an air hostess, so Bernard can (More)

Parking prohibition prompts better shuttle service

January 28, 2011

UCCS students, as well as a few faculty and staff, lost some off-campus parking spaces this semester but the change is beneficial, according to UCCS parking and transportation officials. Russ Wilcox, manager, transportation services, and (More)

UCCS in the news, late January

January 28, 2011

UCCS in the headlines in late January. Includes articles and stories from The Boulder Daily Camera, Los Angeles Times, Colorado Springs Gazette, KRDO and more. Inside Higher Ed wrote about campus gun policies in Students, Guns (More)

Columbia provost to address CU Diversity Summit

January 27, 2011

A noted author, academic leader and Columbia University’s provost will provide a keynote address to begin the CU Diversity Summit 2011 Feb. 4 at UCCS. Claude M. Steele, provost, Columbia University and author of “Whistling (More)

CU branding initiative is forum topic

January 27, 2011

Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak supported the CU branding efforts in a campus memo this week and announced a forum where many campus details of the initiative will be shared and questions answered. The forum is scheduled (More)

Regents approve MCJ degree

January 27, 2011

The CU Board of Regents made the Master of Criminal Justice degree at UCCS official during a meeting earlier this month. For more than 13 years, the UCCS School of Public Affairs offered the Master (More)

College of Education dean finalists visit campus

January 27, 2011

PDF Documents Jess House Vitae Jess House Cover Letter Michael Miller’s Vitae Michael Miller’s Cover Letter The second of two candidates for the position of dean of the UCCS College of Education will meet with (More)

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