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Spring enrollment sets new record

Spring enrollment sets new record

Spring 2018 student enrollment grew by 2 percent, or 206 students, to a record 11,572, according to figures released Feb. 1.
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Students to be focus of February Chancellor’s Town Hall

Students to be focus of February Chancellor’s Town Hall

The UCCS student experience will be the focus of a February Chancellor’s Town Hall meeting. Scheduled for 10 a.m. Feb. 13 in Berger Hall, the town hall will...
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Alumna, noted author and environmentalist to lead December commencement

Alumna, noted author and environmentalist to lead December commencement

A noted author, professor and early UCCS graduate will deliver the university’s fall commencement address Dec. 15 at the Broadmoor World Arena.
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'Back to the Future’ to come to campus

‘Back to the Future’ to come to campus

UCCS faculty, staff and students will have the opportunity to help create a campus-based 21st century version of a scene from the movie “Back to the Future”...
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Vice chancellor search committee named

Vice chancellor search committee named

Chancellor Venkat Reddy appointed a 14-member committee to assist in the search for a new vice chancellor for administration and finance.
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Szpyrka

Szpyrka announces retirement

Susan Szpyrka, who achieved both personal and professional milestones at UCCS, will retire Dec. 31, completing almost 34 years of university service.
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Engineering dean to return to faculty; search begins

Engineering dean to return to faculty; search begins

Top academic affairs officials will immediately begin planning a search for a new dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science.
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Forum highlights role of private support, updates for Ent Center, Hybl building

Forum highlights role of private support, updates for Ent Center, Hybl building

Explanations of how UCCS is assisted by donors and partnerships with external organizations dominated an April 19 Chancellor’s All-Campus Forum.
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Chancellor search moves forward

Chancellor search moves forward

A 15-member committee assisting CU President Bruce Benson in the search for a new UCCS chancellor will interview candidates the week of April 10 in...
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Regent: Be a pest, get active in supporting CU

Regent: Be a pest, get active in supporting CU

Women leaders were encouraged to be involved in their university, community or church and to spread the word about the importance of higher education during a...
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Campus earns reaccreditation

Campus earns reaccreditation

UCCS received a full 10-year reaccreditation from the Higher Learning Commission March 6 with no interim monitoring or conditions.
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Chancellor announces retirement; Reddy named interim

Chancellor announces retirement; Reddy named interim

Following months of saying she would soon leave UCCS, Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak announced Dec. 16 her plans to retire from UCCS after 15 years at the...
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Gallogly Recreation and Wellness earns green building award

Gallogly Recreation and Wellness earns green building award

The Gallogly Recreation and Wellness Center recently was awarded Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Gold certification.
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McCord-Herbst Student Veterans Center opens to fanfare

McCord-Herbst Student Veterans Center opens to fanfare

With speeches and a ribbon cutting, city and university leaders joined with donors to officially open the McCord-Herbst Student Veterans Center Friday...
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Donor shares personal story during statue rededication

Donor shares personal story during statue rededication

The two-ton Colorado marble slab, hewn by Colorado sculptor Ernest Geolfos, is the personal Taj Mahal for Chandler Bergen of Colorado Springs. Bergen purchased...
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Staff members earn degrees, too

Staff members earn degrees, too

UCCS staff didn’t just read names and steer students into line at spring graduation ceremonies May 13. At least seven staff members earned degrees and...
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Community participants, volunteers sought for BioBlitz event

Community participants, volunteers sought for BioBlitz event

A May 7 community event will allow participants to explore plants and animals in the local Sondermann Park as part of a nationwide “BioBlitz.”
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Mountain lion finds new home on El Pomar Plaza

Mountain lion finds new home on El Pomar Plaza

A 3,800-pound fixture of the university found a new campus home during spring break. After months of planning by the Facilities Services Department, the marble...
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Forum offers peek into North Nevada future

Forum offers peek into North Nevada future

The newest addition to North Nevada Avenue on the western edge of campus will be a 72,000-square-foot Sports Medicine and Performance Center.
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Swasey scholarship reaches halfway mark
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Swasey scholarship reaches halfway mark

More than $50,000 has been raised toward a $100,000 goal for the Officer Garrett Swasey Scholarship Fund, according to UCCS Office of Development
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Attorney general honors UCCS, other first responders
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Attorney general honors UCCS, other first responders

Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman honored Colorado Springs law enforcement and first responders during a Jan. 12 ceremony at Colorado Springs City...
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Alumnus, noted author to lead December commencement
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Alumnus, noted author to lead December commencement

A UCCS alumnus recognized as one of the nation’s great poets will deliver the fall UCCS commencement address during Dec. 18 ceremonies at the Broadmoor World...
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Funeral services scheduled for UCCS Officer Swasey
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Funeral services scheduled for UCCS Officer Swasey

Funeral services are scheduled for 1 p.m. Friday, Dec. 4 at New Life Church, 11025 Voyager Parkway, Colorado Springs, for UCCS Officer Garrett Swasey.
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Student retention equals campus connection

Student retention equals campus connection

Mike Kisley, professor and chair, Department of Psychology, prefers to think of student retention as connecting a student with his or her faculty and course of...
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Student sculpture finds permanent home

Student sculpture finds permanent home

Creating a sculpture that stands out on North Nevada Avenue and can withstand triple-digit winds is no simple art assignment.

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