UCCS, CU leaders stress education in Pueblo

July 13, 2010

UCCS, CU leaders stress education in Pueblo More than 150 Pueblo-area youth and their families received a college is possible message from UCCS and CU Boulder leaders June 29. Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak, Anthony Cordova, director, (More)

Money Bus offers counsel on cash

July 13, 2010

It wasn’t a bus load of money that arrived on campus July 9 but the Money Bus, a project of the National Association of Personal Finance Advisors Consumer Education Foundation. The green bus parked in (More)

Science renamed, rededication scheduled

July 13, 2010

A dedication ceremony opening the renovated Science Building at UCCS and re-naming it Centennial Hall is scheduled for 9 a.m. Aug. 19. Speakers, guests and tours will highlight the re-opening festivities, celebrating the conclusion of (More)

Who’s New in June

July 6, 2010

Four new staff members joined UCCS in June. They are: Phyllis Weeres, UTeach program coordinator, College of Education, June 1. Christopher Bell, Excel oral communication director, Student Success, June 1. Catherine Malone, nurse, Beth-El College (More)

Brown named assistant dean

July 6, 2010

Karen Brown, financial assistant, College of Education, was promoted to assistant dean for finance and administration, College of Education, effective July 1. The change was announced by Peg Bacon, provost. Brown will report to David (More)

Atrium named in honor of El Pomar

July 1, 2010

An atrium in the Science & Engineering Building was named in recognition of a $1 million gift during a July 1 ceremony.

El Pomar Foundation, Colorado Springs, donated $1 million through the CU Foundation to aid the construction of the Science & Engineering Building, the largest building at UCCS. (More)

Wisner remembered for kindness, patience

July 1, 2010

A June 28 campus memorial service for former dean of students Ron Wisner drew more than 40 people to the Kraemer Family Library to reminisce or to learn about the long-time former staff member. Remembered for (More)

Daphne Greenwood

June 30, 2010

Daphne Greenwood, professor, Economics, recently published “Local Economic Development in the 21st Century: Quality of Life and Sustainability” with Richard P.F. Holt of Southern Oregon University. (More)

Software helps drug abusers recover

June 24, 2010

A social networking tool developed jointly by UCCS and Syberenety LLC may soon be available to help recovering addicts stay connected to medical providers and personal support networks. Through an interactive online social support network (More)

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