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UCCS ranked among the most bicycle-friendly universities in the nation

For the second time in a row, UCCS has been ranked among the most bicycle-friendliest universities in the nation, according to The League of American...
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Charlie Sweet, Vice Chancellor of Strategic Initiatives, retires after three decades with CU

Charlie Sweet, Vice Chancellor of Strategic Initiatives, retires after three decades with CU

After three decades, Charles “Charlie” Sweet, Vice Chancellor of Strategic Initiatives at UCCS, will bid the University of Colorado farewell — at least...
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UCCS researcher develops novel research framework to understand motor vehicle theft — and other crimes

New research published by Diep Dao, Assistant Professor of Geography at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, could turn our current understanding of...
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UCCS research team shows mentors for multiply marginalized youths can create successful outcomes — even virtually

In a recent publication, a research team entirely comprised of UCCS-affiliated faculty and staff examined whether or not therapeutic mentorship for multiply...
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$550,000 to fund UCCS community-focused healthcare, wellness and resilience programs

Investing in the health and wellness of the Colorado Springs and broader communities is at the heart of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS)...
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January Town Hall updates: Increased COVID-19 precautions, salary raises and more

In the first Town Hall of the spring semester, Chancellor Venkat Reddy and a panel of campus leaders shared updates on increased COVID-19 precautions on campus...
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Largest-ever Giving Tuesday directs funds to student scholarships, support services

UCCS’ 2021 Giving Tuesday tally far outstripped 2020’s record of giving, with donors raising $141,000 for UCCS student scholarships and support services.
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UCCS selected to join U.S. Cyber Command Academic Engagement Network

As a member of the network, UCCS will join other universities in supporting CYBERCOM efforts in areas such as future workforce development, applied cyber...
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‘Raphael Sassi: A Retrospective’ to celebrate one of Colorado’s most significant contemporary artists

‘Raphael Sassi: A Retrospective’ to celebrate one of Colorado’s most significant contemporary artists

Curated by Daisy McGowan in collaboration with Sassi’s family, the exhibition will include works in drawing, painting, and prints spanning nearly his entire...
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UCCS’ farm subscription program celebrated in 2021 Sustainable Campus Index

UCCS’ farm subscription program celebrated in 2021 Sustainable Campus Index

After earning a STARS Gold Sustainability Ranking for a third consecutive time this year, UCCS’ sustainability initiatives are back in the spotlight.
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Immersive Global Middle Ages institute will recreate worlds that no longer exist

Immersive Global Middle Ages institute will recreate worlds that no longer exist

Is time travel possible? Short answer: Not yet— at least, not in the sense you’re thinking. But Roger Martínez-Dávila, Associate Professor of History, may have...
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September Town Hall updates: High vaccination rates, Future of Work Task Force progress and more

September Town Hall updates: High vaccination rates, Future of Work Task Force progress and more

In the second virtual Town Hall of the fall 2021 semester, Chancellor Venkat Reddy and a panel of campus leaders presented updates on UCCS’ vaccine attestation...
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A self-learning algorithm may help predict how genetic disease occurs

A self-learning algorithm may help predict how genetic disease occurs

Oluwatosin Oluwadare, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, is seeking to answer a fundamental question in genome science: how the physical structure of a...
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Wren: Examining climate change of the past can reveal strategies to survive in the future

Wren: Examining climate change of the past can reveal strategies to survive in the future

From floods and wildfires to hurricanes, high temperatures and drought, the devastations of climate change have left no human habituation untouched. Humans...
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Winter Welcome Week celebrates classes returning to campus

Winter Welcome Week celebrates classes returning to campus

As designated classes return to hybrid and in-person learning this week, students are invited to participate in Winter Welcome Week celebrations. The events,...
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January Town Hall focuses on vaccine rollout and progress on many fronts

January Town Hall focuses on vaccine rollout and progress on many fronts

Chancellor Venkat Reddy and campus leaders addressed campus at the first virtual Town Hall of the year on Jan. 28.
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7 Questions with Jay Coakley, author of ‘Sports in Society: Issues and Controversies’

7 Questions with Jay Coakley, author of ‘Sports in Society: Issues and Controversies’

Jay Coakley, professor emeritus of sociology and executive director of the Center for Critical Sport Studies at UCCS, writes, researches and teaches on the...
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Reddy selected as U.S. Air Force Academy Honorary Commander

Reddy selected as U.S. Air Force Academy Honorary Commander

Chancellor Venkat Reddy will serve the next two years as an honorary commander at the U.S. Air Force Academy after his induction ceremony Oct. 23. He will be...
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Seven questions with Paul Harvey, author of ‘Howard Thurman and the Disinherited: A Religious Biography’

Seven questions with Paul Harvey, author of ‘Howard Thurman and the Disinherited: A Religious Biography’

Paul Harvey, distinguished professor of history and Presidential Teaching Scholar at UCCS, researches, writes and teaches in the field of American history from...
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State of the Campus Address: Reddy speaks to living in a changing world

State of the Campus Address: Reddy speaks to living in a changing world

The annual State of the Campus address highlights successes of the past academic year and speaks to obstacles the campus may face in the future. This year, a...
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September Town Hall provides update on enrollment, budget and testing procedures

September Town Hall provides update on enrollment, budget and testing procedures

Chancellor Reddy and a panel of campus leaders provided updates on the state of enrollments, budgetary and personnel matters and forthcoming health and safety...
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All-female physicist team publishes research on magnetic domain walls

All-female physicist team publishes research on magnetic domain walls

An all-female team of Colorado physicists, including former associate professor of physics Karen Livesey and UCCS alumna Alex Stuart ’19, recently published...
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Virtual Town Hall

Virtual Town Hall maps out fall return to campus

Chancellor Venkat Reddy and campus leaders addressed campus in the fourth virtual Town Hall of the summer on July 22.

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