Edin Mujkic, assistant professor, School of Public Affairs, co-authored the article “Ethics Training for U.S. Military Leaders: Challenging the Conventional Approach” in the Journal of Public Integrity. (More)
Steve Recca, executive director, Center for Human Security, School of Public Affairs, recently returned to campus after assisting the Federal Emergency Management Administration in the federal government response to Hurricane Matthew (More)
Experts from the military, higher education, athletics, media and both the aerospace and drone manufacturing industries will address the ethical implications of drones during an April 12 panel discussion. (More)
Internationalization and global education will be the focus of the March Chancellor Campus Forum scheduled for noon March 15 in University Center 302. Mandy Hansen, director, Global Engagement Office, will offer an overview of internationalization (More)
As part of the university’s 50th Anniversary celebrations, Don Klingner, distinguished professor, School of Public Affairs, and Steve Recca, executive director, UCCS Center for Human Security, organized a symposium of Mexico, State of Colorado and U.S. military leaders with the goal of new policies designed to improve human security in both nations.
The symposium will begin at 9 a.m. May 5 at the Lodge. More than 75 academic, political and business leaders are expected to attend. The event is free of charge and open to the public. Registration is required and will begin at 8:30 a.m.
The Center for Homeland Security in the School of Public Affairs will change its name as part of a new focus. Now the Center for Human Security, the new name more accurately reflects the expansive (More)
The UCCS School of Public Affairs, through its revitalized Center for Homeland Security, will host, education, military and government leaders in discussions about how to protect U.S. infrastructure and how agencies can work better together. (More)
Sixty-seven classified and professional exempt staff were recognized with service awards for FY 2012 at the May 23 staff spring luncheon. The award recipients were: 5 Year Z. Benek Altayli, director, Counseling Center Katie Simmons, (More)
The UCCS community made a happy holiday possible for 26 families this year, providing gifts and food to celebrate the season. Donations increased during the final week and the Kraemer Family Library’s Food for Fines (More)
The Colorado Springs World Affairs Council will convene a panel of local experts to discuss how U.S. education can compete globally beginning at 5:30 p.m. Dec. 8 at Gaylord Hall on the Colorado College campus. (More)