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Photo Feature: President Kennedy visits UCCS

Photo Feature: President Kennedy visits UCCS

CU President Mark Kennedy and First Lady Debbie Kennedy joined Chancellor Venkat Reddy for a busy campus visit Oct. 14 that included eight locations on campus...
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School of Public Affairs

School of Public Affairs launches series on public life after COVID-19

On Monday, October 5, the UCCS School of Public Affairs will open a new community educational series as a forum for practitioners, public administration...
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New UCCS students to receive Chromebooks in fall 2020

New UCCS students to receive Chromebooks in fall 2020

All new incoming full-time undergraduate students, including first-time freshmen and transfer students enrolled in at least 12 hours, will be eligible to claim...
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UCCS, PPCC finalize pair of cybersecurity articulation agreements for transfer students

UCCS, PPCC finalize pair of cybersecurity articulation agreements for transfer students

Pikes Peak Community College and UCCS have developed two articulation agreements that will allow PPCC cybersecurity students to seamlessly transfer to UCCS to...
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‘Return to UCCS’ plan outlines in-person, on-campus classes for fall 2020

‘Return to UCCS’ plan outlines in-person, on-campus classes for fall 2020

A set of guidelines developed by teams of faculty, staff and students will allow UCCS to bring students, faculty and staff back to the campus for the fall 2020...
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Farney, Glazier to serve as interim deans of library, search committee formed

Farney, Glazier to serve as interim deans of library, search committee formed

Tabby Farney and Rhonda Glazier will serve together as interim deans of the Kraemer Family Library and Glazier will join 10 others on the search committee to...
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GRIT creates toolkit to build individual, community resilience against COVID-19

GRIT creates toolkit to build individual, community resilience against COVID-19

Society’s sudden changes in response to COVID-19 can impact people differently. Through the UCCS National Resilience Institute, GRIT, the Greater Resilience...
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‘Through a Glass Darkly’ returns to UCCS for sixth year March 20-26

‘Through a Glass Darkly’ returns to UCCS for sixth year March 20-26

The study of humankind’s fascination with the apocalyptic worldview is a vast field, and has increased in interest over the last three decades with the...
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For 78 nursing students, white coat ceremony symbolizes start of careers

For 78 nursing students, white coat ceremony symbolizes start of careers

With the oath to patient care and the presentation of their white coats, 78 nursing students in the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Beth-El College of Nursing and...
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Proapps works to add IT functionality, save money for campus units

Proapps works to add IT functionality, save money for campus units

If campus employees have thought “I could really use this software to do my work easier,” the Office of Information Technology provides a way to evaluate and...
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Photo Feature: President Kennedy takes in UCCS basketball victories against Fort Lewis

Photo Feature: President Kennedy takes in UCCS basketball victories against Fort Lewis

UCCS men’s and women’s basketball rang in the New Year in the first home games of 2020 with their biggest fan, CU President Mark Kennedy, in a pair of...
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Finalists named for dean of the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences

Finalists named for dean of the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences

Four finalists for the position of dean of the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences will visit campus and make open presentations in January and February.
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Giving Tuesday 2019 raises $83K+ for student scholarships and programs

Giving Tuesday 2019 raises $83K+ for student scholarships and programs

Donations are still being counted, but #GivingTuesdayUCCS 2019 raised more than $83,000 for student scholarships and programs, thanks to hundreds of donors and...
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Bailey outlines region’s challenges and opportunities in Economic Forum

Bailey outlines region’s challenges and opportunities in Economic Forum

Tatiana Bailey’s multiple interviews with city and regional leaders provided the foundation of her annual report during the 23rd UCCS Economic Forum Oct. 10 at...
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NSF grant to focus on how bats evolved to dominate the night

NSF grant to focus on how bats evolved to dominate the night

Aaron Corcoran, assistant professor of biology, will work with researchers at Brown University and Lawrence Technological University to study how bats evolved...
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Scott Kelly: ‘The sky is not the limit’

Scott Kelly: ‘The sky is not the limit’

Captain Scott Kelly, the astronaut who spent nearly a year on board the International Space Station, encouraged a sold-out crowd to push themselves to do the...
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New certificate program enhances promotion opportunities for active duty military

New certificate program enhances promotion opportunities for active duty military

UCCS will offer a 12-hour certificate designed for active duty military members to qualify for promotion with the Adaptive Leadership Certificate approved Sept...
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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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