Dropping names …

By Anonymous

Raphael Sassower

Raphael Sassower, professor in the Department of Philosophy at UCCS, recently published “Compromising the Ideals of Science,” a book that uses an historical approach to examine the conditions under which scientists compromised the ideals of science, and offers some ways in which the expectations of the scientific enterprise can be transformed.

Eight people accepted teaching and non-teaching positions at UCCS in March. They are: Christina Bailey, Office Manager, Student Health Center; Karen Bisset, coordinator, University Studies Program; Guy Hagen, research associate, Colorado Initiative in Molecular Biotechnology Biofrontiers; Aaron Parker, cook, Dining and Food Services; Justin Parker, student success coordinator, Office of Veteran and Military Student Affairs; Katherine Placzek, administrative assistant, Academic Advising; Jacob Skinner, cook, Dining and Food Services; and Stephanie Vigil, program assistant, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.