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Check back weekly for an updated list of articles featuring UCCS. This page was created in June 2021.

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Week of Dec. 27, 2021

• Gazette: New center in Colorado Springs offers sports medicine, performance, academics to public
• 5280: How to Raise a More Resilient Kid
• Gazette: Suicide hotline gives America’s mental health crisis an awareness boost
• Gazette: Colorado Springs woman sees diabetes as a reason to dream big

Week of Dec. 27, 2021

• Gazette: New center in Colorado Springs offers sports medicine, performance, academics to public
• 5280: How to Raise a More Resilient Kid
• Gazette: Suicide hotline gives America’s mental health crisis an awareness boost
• Gazette: Colorado Springs woman sees diabetes as a reason to dream big

Week of Dec. 13, 2021

• FOX21: Millions of new and small businesses started during the pandemic
• Gazette: Decades after his death, Dusty Loo’s legacy as Colorado Springs’ ‘Bon Vivant’ lives on
• The Register-Herald: BridgeValley selects new president
• CSBJ: Duffy’s sourdough starter sparks student creativity

Week of Nov. 29, 2021

• Deseret News: Should we ditch the wireless earphones?
• MarTech Series: Sovrn Adds Veteran Executives to Its Senior Leadership Team
• BusinessWire: AI Chip Innovator MemryX Hires Veteran Semiconductor Leader Keith Kressin as CEO

Week of Nov. 22, 2021

• Daily Camera: CU Regents add to Presidential Search Committee
• Colorado Politics: Gov. Polis accepts applications for CU regent
• U.S. News: Ludlow Massacre Site Work Reveals Symbols Lost for a Century
• The Denver Gazette: POINT/COUNTERPOINT: Should agricultural workers be eligible for overtime pay?

Week of Nov. 15, 2021

• Gazette: Colorado Springs income gains biggest in 20 years
• CSBJ: Opinion: Partnerships turn headwinds into wins
• The Atlantic: Rural America’s False Sense of Security
• KRCC: Preservation work at the Ludlow Massacre site revealed hidden symbols

Week of Nov. 8, 2021

Colorado Springs Independent: Alix Garcia: Posies, more local events
• CSBJ: Romero solves problems for seniors in need
• BusinessWire: Allen Winmill Joins Gateway First Bank as Chief Accounting Officer
KOAA: UCCS celebrates 246th birthday of the Marines

Week of Nov. 1, 2021

• KOAA: Early Colorado voter numbers low
• KRDO: How supply chain issues could lead to holiday shopping delays
• Authority Magazine: Reducing Food Waste: Kyle Lee of Alaskan Salmon Company On How They Are Helping To Eliminate Food Waste
• The Chronicle of Higher Education: What IT leaders are worried about now
• Colorado Politics: Republican passion, economics, national frustration may have driven ‘no’ votes on parks, roads, school bonds in El Paso County, Colorado Springs
• Gazette: Colorado Springs jewelry designer accepted into Natural Diamond Council program
• CSBJ: Women of Influence inspire across the years
• Inverse: 3 Methods Moths Use to Avoid Being Tasty Bat Treats

Week of Oct. 25, 2021

• CSBJ: United Way, Harrison D2 to open family success center
• KOAA: School board elections hotly contested, parents getting more involved
• The Software Report: The Top 50 Women Leaders in SaaS of 2021
• Knowable: Prey tell: How moths elude bats
• Gazette: Teller County Public Health hires nurse practitioner Michelle Wolff as new director
• CSBJ: Opinion: Surviving the Great Resignation
• CSBJ: Hardy’s passion for dance ignites change
• Gazette: Colorado Springs businessman driven by passion for jobs, economic development

Week of Oct. 18, 2021

• Gazette: Adventures with Ollie the dog set Colorado Springs man on new career path
• Gazette: Company building 225-mile fiber-optic network in Colorado Springs

Week of Oct. 11, 2021

• FOX21: Indigenous People’s Day commemorated in southern Colorado
• Westword: Art Attack: Thirteen Ways to See Great Art in Denver This Weekend
• KRDO: UCCS Pre-Collegiate recruiting 7th and 9th-grade students
• Inside Higher Ed: Emily Skop, Martina Angela Caretta, Caroline Faria and Jessi L. Smith offer other scholars engaged in research collaborations a pledge to help foster and sustain more equitable relationships

Week of Oct. 4, 2021

• Gazette: Annual forum provides economic insights for Colorado Springs businesses, government leaders
• CSBJ: Pandemic startups live on the edge
• CSBJ: The rise of worker surveillance software

Week of Sept. 27, 2021

• KOAA: Cybercriminals hacking into vehicles pose dangers as local researchers try to stop them
• CSBJ: NCC growth reflects national cybersecurity concerns
• SpaceNews: Startups and universities selected for Space Force prize competition

Week of Sept. 20, 2021

• KOAA: Local student is helping others understand what it’s like to live with Epilepsy
• SportsTravel: Megan Leatham Named Colorado Springs Sports Corp President and CEO
• CSBJ: What ‘The Great Resignation’ means for your company
• KRDO: Tokyo Olympic champion, Colorado Springs native Amber English meets with Mayor Suthers

Week of Sept. 13, 2021

• Washington Post: Devastating floods spur new debate on how best to warn people
• KOAA: New map includes a competitive house district in Colorado Springs
• Pagosa Daily Post: Biden Administration Pressuring States to Drop Bans on School Masking Mandates
• FOX21: September a crucial month for U.S. economy as millions remain out of work
Colorado Springs Independent: Sharon McCoy’s life in clay, more local events
• Gazette: Group honors 3 for contributions to downtown Colorado Springs
• KOAA: 69-year-old woman pursues degree at UCCS

Week of Sept. 6, 2021

• Gazette: Mitchell High School commemorates 20th anniversary of 9/11, honors 1975 graduate who died in attacks
• Women’s Running: These are the Nutrition Basics We Forgot During the Pandemic, According to a Sports Dietitian
• FOX31: 169 new laws went into effect in Colorado on Sept. 7
• Gazette: Labor Day balloon festival features U.S. Olympians taking to the skies over Colorado Springs
• FOX21: “Careers in Construction” aims to fuel industry struggling to find workers
• KOAA: With more open jobs than applicants, experts say trade school is becoming increasingly more beneficial

Week of Aug. 30, 2021

• Gazette: GUEST COLUMN: CU partners with U.S. Space Force
• Gazette: Colorado Springs cost of living sets record for second straight quarter, cost advantage over Denver is decreasing
• Gazette: Martin Drake Power Plant burns coal for the last time
• CSBJ: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Awards: Jesse Perez
• CSBJ: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Awards: Dr. Sandy Ho

Week of Aug. 23, 2021

• Scientific American: How Did Neanderthals and Other Ancient Humans Learn to Count?
• Outside: How to Adopt the Perfect Adventure Dog
• Gazette: Colorado Springs sales tax collections spike to record high
• KKTV: Colorado needs trades workers; Economist says demand not going away anytime soon
• KKTV: UCCS continues to see increased interest in nursing since start of pandemic
• Colorado Springs Business Journal: O’Neil gives UCCS $3 million
• Gazette: UCCS unveils new Cybersecurity Education and Research Center
• FOX21: University of Colorado Colorado Springs unveils fall exhibition
• FOX21: University of Colorado Colorado Springs names new research center
• Gazette: Southeast Colorado Springs an urban heat island, city seeks solutions
• Gazette: Space Symposium kicks off with day focused on the next generation of space leaders
• Inside Higher Ed: We Must Name Systemic Changes in Support of DEI
• Gazette: University of Colorado, U.S. Space Force announce partnership
• KKTV: WATCH: Space Force, University of Colorado announce partnership at UCCS
• KRDO: UCCS and U.S. Space Force partner to create new program
• Outlook India: Education, Technology Pillars of India US Partnership: Indian Envoy
• Bolly Inside: UCCS and US Space Force Partner to Create New Program
• Denver Post: University of Colorado, U.S. Space Force teaming up on research, workforce development
• Daily Camera: CU, Space Force sign agreement for new partnership program
• Colorado Springs Business Journal: Space Force, University of Colorado announce partnership 
• Stars and Stripes: University of Colorado, Space Force teaming up on research, workforce development
• Longmont Times Call: CU, Space Force sign agreement for new partnership program
• Space Force: USSF, University of Colorado announce partnership
• KKTV (Colorado Springs CBS affiliate): WATCH: Space Force, University of Colorado announce partnership at UCCS
• Fox21 (Colorado Springs): Military Matters segment
• KOAA (Colorado Springs NBC affiliate): News 5 Today Weekend 
• Fox 31 (Denver): Fox 31 Morning News
• KRDO (Colorado Springs ABC affiliate): UCCS and U.S. Space Force partner to create new program

Week of Aug. 16, 2021

• KOAA: Deep Dive: Educators fear teacher shortage is getting worse and more challenging
• KKTV: MISSING: UCCS student last seen in February; $20,000 reward for his safe return
• Colorado Springs Business Journal: UCCS offers fast-track MBA degree
• Gazette: Experimental theater show in Colorado Springs stars audience members
• Paint Square: CO Skate Park Doubles as Stormwater Mitigation

Week of Aug. 9, 2021

• Gazette: District 49 thought to be first district in state to ban critical race theory
• Colorado Newsline: Guide: Colorado colleges and universities issue COVID rules
• Colorado Springs Business Journal: Opinion: Cultivating a community of ethical leaders
• Colorado Springs Independent: UCCS to open expanded career center
• Gazette: UCCS will require masks in classrooms, indoor spaces
• Forbes: The Universities With The Most U.S. Gold Medalists In The 2020 Olympics
• Southeast Express: Diverse voices create better communities, businesses
• Gazette: UCCS business professor celebrating 50 years ‘making a difference’
• Gazette: UCCS student wins track cycling gold in Tokyo
• Grand Forks Herald: UND officially becomes first school in the country to partner with U.S. Space Force
• FOX21: Are wages keeping up with prices?

Week of Aug. 2, 2021

• KRDO: UCCS requiring masks while indoors, regardless of vaccination status
• Colorado Springs Business Journal: UCCS opens expanded career services hub
• Fox 21: UCCS to open expanded career center
• Gazette: Faces to Follow: Amber English and Bret Helton
• Colorado Springs Business Journal: Colleges lower financial barriers for students
• Gazette: Colorado Springs at 150 years | Envisioning the future: What is the right size for the city?
• Gazette: Colorado Springs’ Kevin McDowell wins an Olympic silver medal a decade after beating cancer
• Colorado Hometown Weekly: NCAR study: Pandemic exacerbated impacts of extreme heat

Week of July 26, 2021

• FOX21: How long will this inflation stick around?
• Gazette: Tokyo Olympics: A look at the Colorado athletes who’ve won medals so far
• Colorado Springs Independent: Opinion: Protecting sport or speech?
• USA Today: At Tokyo Olympics, women athletes say ‘enough’
• Deseret News: In the debate over sports uniforms, have we finally hit bikini bottom?
• The Atlantic: How Disgusting Are Mosquitoes?
• KOAA: Local colleges plan for normal fall semester
• KRDO: UCCS, Pikes Peak Community College open classes at full capacity for fall semester
• Fox 21: Colorado Springs’ popularity one part of rising home prices
• Gazette: Amber English of Colorado Springs wins skeet gold for U.S. after coming up short twice
• USA Today: ‘A roller coaster’: 10 years after beating cancer, Kevin McDowell secures best men’s U.S. triathlon finish in Olympics
• Gazette/Chicago Tribune: How Kevin McDowell of Geneva beat cancer en route to a 6th-place finish at the Olympics — the best-ever showing for a U.S. male triathlete: ‘I’m living the dream’
• Washington Post: Wearing unitards, German gymnasts promote comfort, take stand against sexualization

Week of July 19, 2021

• Forbes: How Archaeology Could Help Deal With A New, Old Enemy: Climate Change
• Gazette: Colorado Springs at 150 years | Colorado Springs resisted Ku Klux Klan amid rising tide in Colorado
• Independent: ‘Archaeology of climate change’ aims to help plan response to environmental emergency
• Patch: Colorado Colleges Requiring COVID-19 Vaccine: See The List
• CSBJ: Garner connects with the Springs
• Next City: Denver Art Installation Doubles as Skate Park and Stormwater Mitigation
• KOAA: Earn to Learn Program aims to help solve shortage of early childcare workers in El Paso County
• Gazette: 2 new TV broadcasters join the Colorado Springs scene, while a sports anchor exits
• The Denver Channel: Meet the Colorado athletes headed to the 2020 Summer Olympics, Paralympics
• Gazette: Colorado Springs hotels, restaurants join in recovery as sales tax collections climb
• Gazette: Colorado Springs at 150 years | Historical Colorado Springs buildings lost and saved
• KRDO: Colorado Springs Police Chief: department facing officer shortage
• CPR News: As new school year beckons, Colorado colleges wonder how to attract students back

Week of July 12, 2021

• Gazette: Colorado Springs at 150 years | How churches helped shape the city of Colorado Springs
• KRDO: In-person plays return to Ent Center for the Arts

Week of July 5, 2021

• KOAA: What is Bitcoin and what do experts say we should know about cryptocurrency?
• KOAA: Your Healthy Family: Adeline Gray is ready to take on the world
• KOAA: Performing arts venues welcome back audiences
• Campus Rec Mag: The Mental Health Crisis Update
• Gazette: Hickenlooper: We’re in a Cyber War
• Gazette: U.S. triathlete Kevin McDowell beat cancer. Next he takes on the world at Tokyo Olympics.
• Gazette: PERSPECTIVE: How universities can help counter space threats to national security
• Popular Science: Why are people obsessed with the Olympics?

Week of June 28, 2021

• Wall Street Journal: Federal Lawsuits Say Antiracism and Critical Race Theory in Schools Violate Constitution
• Washington Post: As Virginia prepares to legalize marijuana, college students hope schools will ease rules
• Gazette: Colorado Springs’ story at 150th anniversary: One of desire and innovation
• Chalkbeat Colorado: CU Denver will spearhead group to reform early childhood teacher preparation
• Westword: Loved to Death: Park Managers Balance Conservation With Crowds
• KRDO: Solution to lack of affordable, available housing proposed in Colorado Springs
• Gazette: Employers, employees at odds over future of remote work
• Air Force Magazine: Space Force Adds University of Colorado to Upcoming Partnership Program
• KOAA: Local Sachs Foundation Scholar gets full ride to UCCS
• Gazette: Numerous Colorado colleges once again ranked “Best for Vets”

Week of June 21, 2021

• Colorado Springs Business Journal: UCCS wins federal approval for cybersecurity apprentice program
• Gazette: Colorado Springs apocalypse symposium reflects on end of world
• KOAA: UCCS student gears up to compete in 2021 Summer Olympics
• Independent: UCCS cyber program approved by DOL
• Colorado Springs Business Journal: Best in Business 2021: Education and Careers

Week of June 14, 2021

• Gazette: UCCS launches program to lure sports, health ventures to Colorado Springs
• Denver Post: This new public art piece is part skatepark, part picnic spot and part … stormwater mitigation?

Week of June 7, 2021

• Colorado Springs Business Journal: Pandemic boosts health care employment trends
• Fox21: UCCS Graduate student free climbs El Capitan
• Gazette: Colorado Springs’ economy rebounds from COVID in booming fashion
• Gazette: Study: Higher employer minimum wages forcing raises for all workers