International symposium to explore Mexico, U.S. relations

April 30, 2015

As part of the university’s 50th Anniversary celebrations, Don Klingner, distinguished professor, School of Public Affairs, and Steve Recca, executive director, UCCS Center for Human Security, organized a symposium of Mexico, State of Colorado and U.S. military leaders with the goal of new policies designed to improve human security in both nations.

The symposium will begin at 9 a.m. May 5 at the Lodge. More than 75 academic, political and business leaders are expected to attend. The event is free of charge and open to the public. Registration is required and will begin at 8:30 a.m.
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Weir, Kosloski publish

March 19, 2015

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.
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Five join campus

January 9, 2015

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

Search begins for School of Public Affairs dean

December 2, 2014

A nine person search committee of faculty, staff and a community member will be charged with selecting a new dean of the School of Public Affairs. Mary Coussons-Read, executive vice chancellor, Academic Affairs, will meet (More)

Center changes name, focuses on people

November 19, 2014

The Center for Homeland Security in the School of Public Affairs will change its name as part of a new focus. Now the Center for Human Security, the new name more accurately reflects the expansive (More)

Academic Affairs reorganizes for future

November 6, 2014

Following last year’s Program Prioritization process, the Division of Academic Affairs was identified as having opportunities for improved performance and increased effectiveness. On Nov. 6, Mary Coussons-Read, provost and executive vice chancellor for academic affairs, (More)

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