Campus police solve October crime spree

January 4, 2018

UCCS Police Detective Martin Toetz recently closed files on six cases involving “smash and grab” crimes from cars parked on campus as well as the theft of a car belonging to a university staff member. (More)

Nine join UCCS

December 5, 2017

Nine people accepted teaching and non-teaching positions at UCCS in November, according to the Department of Human Resources. (More)

Sixteen join campus

August 10, 2017

Sixteen people accepted professional teaching and non-teaching positions at UCCS in July, according to the Department of Human Resources. (More)

Szpyrka announces retirement

June 20, 2017

Susan Szpyrka, who achieved both personal and professional milestones at UCCS, will retire Dec. 31, completing almost 34 years of university service. Szpyrka, senior vice chancellor, Administration and Finance, announced her plans June 19 with the (More)

Staff longevity recognized

May 25, 2017

A May 25 Professional Staff Association Spring Luncheon included longevity awards for more than 60 staff members employed for at least five years at UCCS or other CU campuses. (More)

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