UCCS HealthCircle clinics will begin a free, monthly Community Health Education Series targeted to adults. The first seminar, “A Balancing Act: Strategies to Enhance Balance and Prevent Falls for All Ages,” will be presented by (More)
The Belgian Malinois on the West Lawn March 31 were a long way from the famous Westminster Dog Show.
The animals were demonstrating the responsibilities of the Colorado Springs Police Department K-9 Unit. Their campus visit was sponsored by the Criminal Justice Society, a student organization within the School of Public Affairs.
During a March 18 campus forum, UCCS leaders unveiled a new program for students who have not decided on a major, have low academic index scores or are pre-business, pre-nursing, pre-business majors. (More)
The first UCCS graduate didn’t get a lot of encouragement from workplace colleagues to earn a college degree. Instead, Arnold Taylor’s friends told him to take the boss fishing if he wanted a promotion. (More)
Henrikka Weir, assistant professor, School of Public Affairs, and Anna Kosloski, assistant professor, School of Public Affairs, published “Melding theoretical perspectives: A gendered look at low-resting heart rate and developmental trajectories of antisocial behavior” in the March edition of Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Law and Society.