UCCS in the news, early May

UCCS in the headlines in the first half of May. Includes articles and stories from the Colorado Springs Independent, New York Times, La Junta Tribune, KKTV, and more.

The Colorado Springs Independent wrote about alternative education opportunities and mentioned UCCS programs in Don’t come to us. We’ll come to you

The New York Times quoted a UCCS faculty member in Celebrating a Death: Ugly, Maybe, but Only Human

KKTV interviewed a UCCS faculty member about Osama bin Laden in Community Reacts to Debate Over Bin Laden Photos (video)

The LaJunta Tribune Democrat wrote about rural nursing education efforts in OJC nursing program virtually connects with UCCS, Washington, D.C..

The Colorado Springs Gazette mentioned UCCS in D-2 official’s work with English-language programs earns award

The Colorado Springs Gazette quoted a UCCS faculty member in Say on pay: Shareholders to vote on execs’ compensation

The Denver Post wrote about state retirement plans in Guest Commentary: Hope is not an investment strategy

The Colorado Springs Gazette mentioned UCCS in Mayoral candidates aim remarks at young professionals

The La Junta Tribune Democrat mentioned UCCS in $2.22 million grant brings UCCS nursing courses to OJC and other southern Colorado community colleges

The Colorado Springs Independent quoted a UCCS instructor in Medical Marijuana MMJ patients who drive freak John Suthers out

The Colorado Springs Business Journal mentioned UCCS in Springs to host women’s college softball championship games

KKTV included UCCS in its coverage of grass fires in Grass Fire On UCCS Campus Is Now Out (video)

The Colorado Springs Gazette included comments from UCCS leadership in Celeste open to serendipitous future as CC tenure ends

The Colorado Springs Gazette quoted a UCCS faculty member in Verdict stands in documentary on Newmiller murder case

The Colorado Springs Gazette wrote about UCCS in Local couple’s donations to UCCS total $10 million

The Colorado Springs Gazette wrote about actions by the Colorado General Assembly in Lawmakers seek to boost UCCS’ reputation


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