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First semester of Campus Connections shows social and academic gains for youth

First semester of Campus Connections shows social and academic gains for youth

Eighteen youth came to the UCCS campus to work on goals such as decision-making skills, academic performance and self-esteem, and worked with UCCS student...
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Hybl Center construction

Photo feature: Hybl Center construction – June 2019

Structural steel continues to go up as crews from J.E. Dunn Construction make progress on the William J. Hybl Sports Medicine and Performance Center. The...
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Clinical Simulation Center

Clinical Simulation Center’s accreditation places it among world’s top centers

Students who participate in immersive education at the Clinical Simulation Center in the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Beth-El College of Nursing and Health...
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World’s top military ethicists to focus on space operations at UCCS

World’s top military ethicists to focus on space operations at UCCS

Military and academic leaders from around the world will gather at UCCS to discuss military ethics with a focus on space operations during the International...
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Class of 2019 donates more than $5,600 for scholarship funds

Class of 2019 donates more than $5,600 for scholarship funds

Members of the UCCS Class of 2019 set a new participation record with 447 graduates making gifts in total of $5,678 for the annual class gift. More than 30...
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Campus invited to sign final piece of steel for Hybl Center

Campus invited to sign final piece of steel for Hybl Center

Students and employees can be a part of campus history by signing the construction beam that will be the final piece of structural steel on the William J. Hybl...
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UCCS celebrates leaders at Campus Awards Ceremony

UCCS celebrates leaders at Campus Awards Ceremony

UCCS Chancellor Venkat Reddy recognized the work by campus faculty, staff, students and alumni during the annual award ceremony April 23 in Berger Hall. More...
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UCCS Downtown hosts first Anthropology Day

UCCS Downtown hosts first Anthropology Day

With options to participate in ongoing research projects, see an archaeologist shape stone tools, and explore where UCCS researchers and students have traveled...
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With seven themes, 2030 strategic planning process moves into next phase

With seven themes, 2030 strategic planning process moves into next phase

More than 250 faculty, staff and students provided feedback and volunteered to work on one of the seven themes during three town hall sessions March 11 for the...
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Department of Teaching and Learning celebrate new facilities in University Hall

Department of Teaching and Learning celebrate new facilities in University Hall

The College of Education’s Department of Teaching and Learning celebrated the move into renovated facilities at University Hall with a ribbon-cutting ceremony...
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Six graduate programs rank among nation’s best by U.S. News & World Report

Six graduate programs rank among nation’s best by U.S. News & World Report

The part-time MBA program remained in the top 100 and the graduate program in the College of Education moved up 26 spots in the latest U.S. News & World...
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2030 Strategic Plan the focus of March 11 Town Hall events

2030 Strategic Plan the focus of March 11 Town Hall events

Chancellor Venkat Reddy will hold three town hall opportunities for faculty and staff to learn about the progress on the 2030 Strategic Planning process March...
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Regents approve bachelor’s degree in human services

Regents approve bachelor’s degree in human services

UCCS will meet the local demand for degree-certified professionals in social and human services with southern Colorado’s first bachelor’s degree in human...
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Online master of criminal justice a top 25 program in new U.S. News rankings

Online master of criminal justice a top 25 program in new U.S. News rankings

The overall UCCS online undergraduate program, with fully online degrees in seven majors, improved 78 spots and five online graduate programs ranked in the top...
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Laudner named new dean of Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences

Laudner named new dean of Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences

A nationally-respected shoulder expert with a history of success in academic leadership will be the new dean for the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Beth-El...
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UCCS recognized as a best place to work in El Paso County

UCCS recognized as a best place to work in El Paso County

UCCS improved to second among large organizations as one of the best places to work in El Paso County in The Gazette’s annual workplace rankings. The...
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Chamber & EDC recognize School of Public Affairs for 25 years of partnership

Chamber & EDC recognize School of Public Affairs for 25 years of partnership

The School of Public Affairs and the Colorado Springs Chamber & Economic Development Corporation marked 25 years of partnership during the chamber and EDC’...
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Dunn talks midterm elections in first Downtown Speaker Series

Dunn talks midterm elections in first Downtown Speaker Series

With ballots in the mail across Colorado and the midterm elections less than two weeks away, Josh Dunn, chair and professor, Department of Political Science,...
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CSGI hosting debate on two statewide ballot initiatives

CSGI hosting debate on two statewide ballot initiatives

The Center for the Study of Government and the Individual at UCCS will host an information session and debate for two statewide ballot initiatives at 4:45 p.m...
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Colorado Springs economy expected to continue outpacing nation

Colorado Springs economy expected to continue outpacing nation

The strength of the local Colorado Springs economy and the diversified growth of the state economy were among the top highlights from the 22nd UCCS Economic...
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Search begins for engineering dean

Search begins for engineering dean

Provost Tom Christensen appointed a 12-member committee to assist in the search for a new dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science.
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Reddy: ‘Great things are in store for this campus’

Reddy: ‘Great things are in store for this campus’

Chancellor Venkat Reddy highlighted the success of the university’s enrollment and economic impact, the ongoing projects and initiatives, and the challenges...
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Search begins for nursing and health sciences dean

Search begins for nursing and health sciences dean

Provost Tom Christensen appointed an 11-member committee to assist in the search for a new dean of the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Beth-El College of Nursing...
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UCCS remains a top-10 public institution in the West

UCCS remains a top-10 public institution in the West

UCCS continues to rank among the top 10 public regional universities in the Western United States in the latest rankings from U.S. News & World Report.
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Reddy meets with alumni, advocates in Denver luncheon

Reddy meets with alumni, advocates in Denver luncheon

Chancellor Venkat Reddy shared the growth of UCCS, how the university is expanding its presence in Denver and answered questions with metro-area alumni and CU...

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