UCCS faculty, student tied to Sochi Olympics

January 31, 2014

As most of the world prepares to be spectators for the Winter Olympics in Sochi, three with UCCS ties are actively involved in the Feb. 7-23 global sports event. For months, Nanna Meyer, associate professor, (More)

DuBois named Employee of the Quarter

January 30, 2014

Whether organizing travel expenditures, managing listservs or shepherding newly admitted students through their graduate programs, David DuBois’ dedication is unquestionable. That dedication was recently rewarded when DuBois, program assistant, Psychology Department, was named Employee of (More)

Lotfi gives keynote address at conference in Switzerland

January 30, 2014

Sarah R. Lotfi, lecturer, Department of Visual and Performing Arts, and a 2012 alumna, gave a keynote address on independent film at the World Intellectual Property Organization Jan. 22-23 in Geneva, Switzerland. The presentation was co-authored by (More)

First forum provides project, data updates

January 24, 2014

Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak briefly looked back before providing a series of broad-ranging, optimistic updates for campus and community members this week. Speaking Wednesday at the first campus forum for the spring semester and Thursday to (More)

Photo feature: First snow of the semester

January 23, 2014

Two days into the 2014 Spring Semester, UCCS was covered in about 2.5 inches of snow. Despite temperatures in the low teens, a number of faculty, staff and students paused to enjoy the pristine blanket of (More)

EPIIC to host UCCS Global Game Jam

January 23, 2014

UCCS will participate in one of the world’s largest game development programs Jan. 24 – 26. The Global Game Jam brings together thousands of game programmers from around the world in hopes of creating the next (More)

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