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Buckman

Buckman new director of Office of Veteran and Military Student Affairs

Lisa Buckman, an Air Force veteran with more than 27 years of military service, is the new director of the Office of Veteran and Military Student Affairs. She began in her role April 15.
In memoriam: Peter deLeon

In memoriam: Peter deLeon

Those who knew Peter deLeon, PhD, describe him as a committed husband, a friend to many, a pioneer in the field of policy studies, and a man remarkably devoted to his graduate students in the School...
Mary Ann Shea

Shea reflects on many years of advancing student-centered teaching

Mary Ann Shea, the outgoing director of the Faculty Teaching Excellence Program (FTEP) and director of the President’s Teaching Scholars Program, reflects on her career promoting student-centered...
Cynthia Pasquale
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Pasquale honored for meritorious service to Staff Council

Cynthia Pasquale with son Alex. Cynthia Pasquale, longtime writer for CU Connections , recently was honored by University of Colorado Staff Council (UCSC) for her work reporting on the governance...
Ceal Barry

End of an era: Barry announces retirement

Legendary University of Colorado coach and administrator Ceal Barry announced her retirement Tuesday, effective July 1, after 43 years in college athletics, including the last 37 on CU's Boulder...
Faculty, staff recognized with student-nominated Marinus Smith Awards

Faculty, staff recognized with student-nominated Marinus Smith Awards

Sixteen faculty and staff members were recognized this year for the positive impact they have made on their students through the Marinus Smith Awards. Overall, over 40 nominations were received from...
Crouch earns Employee of the Quarter award

Crouch earns Employee of the Quarter award

Jackie Crouch, instructional technologist in the Faculty Resource Center, is widely known for her work ethic – from handling support tickets before 4:00 a.m. to fielding phone calls from faculty...
Faculty selected for Graduate School’s outstanding 2019-20 mentor awards

Faculty selected for Graduate School’s outstanding 2019-20 mentor awards

The Graduate School is pleased to recognize our dedicated faculty members who received this year’s outstanding faculty mentor awards. The nomination materials showcased their many contributions in...
Clark

Clark says goodbye after nine-plus years

Clark says goodbye after nine-plus years
Shay

Shay to continue as College of Music dean through December

Provost Russ Moore announced today that he has asked Robert Shay to continue to serve as dean of the College of Music through December of 2020, while the now-extended search for a new dean takes...
Gruber

Gruber on navigating life as a working mom in a pandemic

June Gruber was readying her 3- and 5-year-old boys for pre-school on a Thursday in early March when she got a call parents across the country were also about to get:
Theobald

Theobald receives National Geographic Society award for giant map project

Rebecca Theobald, assistant research professor of geography and environmental studies and developer of the GeoCivics project, received a $9,999 grant award for “Exploring Ohio with a National...
Lieu named associate director of clinical research at CU Cancer Center

Lieu named associate director of clinical research at CU Cancer Center

The University of Colorado Cancer Center is excited to announce that the “interim” title before Christopher Lieu, MD, has been removed making him the Associate Director of Clinical Research. Dr. Lieu...
Larson, Vaida join ranks of National Academy of Sciences

Larson, Vaida join ranks of National Academy of Sciences

This week, the National Academy of Sciences announced that it had elected two CU Boulder researchers at the forefront of atmospheric chemistry and GPS science to its prestigious membership.
Sasson

Sasson helping on New York’s front lines of pandemic

On April 12, Comilla Sasson, MD, PhD flew to New York City to work for one month in a COVID-19 field hospital that had been assembled in just five days. She went to relieve healthcare workers on the...
Cutter

Cutter receives CU Gee Memorial Lectureship Award

Mary Ann Cutter, professor of philosophy, earned recognition of her efforts to advance women in academia, interdisciplinary scholarly contributions and distinguished teaching as the 2019-20 Elizabeth...
Martinez

Martinez reflects on 43 years at the Kraemer Family Library

After a career at UCCS that spanned 43 years, Christina Martinez is retiring from the Kraemer Family Library.
Bradley

Bradley wins 2020 Hazel Barnes Prize

English Professor Adam Bradley has been named the 2020 recipient of the Hazel Barnes Prize, the most distinguished award a faculty member can receive from the university.
Gibbes

Gibbes earns Fulbright award to study innovation, sustainability in Taiwan

Cerian Gibbes, associate professor of geography and environmental studies, has been awarded a second prestigious Fulbright award. This April, Gibbes received a Fulbright-Hays Seminar Abroad Program...
Taylor, Gabriele

Taylor, Gabriele honored with Equity and Excellence Awards

The Office of Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement (ODECE) has announced the three winners of the 2020 Equity and Excellence Awards in student, staff and faculty categories.
Bliss

Bliss to lead UCCS cybersecurity programs

Gretchen Bliss, a cybersecurity leader with more than 25 years of experience with defense agencies, contractors and educational institutions, will lead UCCS academic and research efforts as the...
Bodine, Kwan take on new leadership roles at CCTSI

Bodine, Kwan take on new leadership roles at CCTSI

The CCTSI is pleased to announce a change in two key leadership roles: Bethany Kwan, PhD, MSPH will assume the role of Director of Dissemination & Implementation Research. Cathy Bodine, PhD will...

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