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Aging Center director receives Makepeace Community Trustee Award

Qualls receives Makepeace Community Trustee Award

The Makepeace Community Trustee Award honors an individual whose consistent community leadership has created a long-lasting legacy that spans beyond the Pikes Peak region.
Gatlin

Gatlin named Employee of the Quarter

When a year-long program review was scheduled for the Office of Student Financial Services, Jacqui Gatlin, associate director, embraced the challenge of being one of the first in the administration...
Regent Kyle and Sally Hybl honored by governor’s proclamation
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Regent Kyle and Sally Hybl honored by governor’s proclamation

Jeff Foster/UCCS Regent Kyle and Sally Hybl, front; rear from left, Martin Wood, UCCS senior vice chancellor; Gov. John Hickenlooper; Venkat Reddy, UCCS chancellor; Joey Vijayam, UCCS student body...
Church

Church searches for untold stories

Minette Church has unearthed shards of ceramics, broken toys and other artifacts from people who lived long ago, trying to connect the past to the present.
Krakowlak

Krakowiak examines character traits in media

K. Maja Krakowiak, associate professor, Department of Communication, co-authored “Are Good Characters Better for Us? The Effect of Morality Salience on Entertainment Selection and Recovery Outcomes”...
Litchfield

Litchfield named new chief financial officer, vice chancellor at UCCS

An associate vice provost at one of the nation’s most prestigious universities will become vice chancellor for administration and finance at UCCS, university officials announced Jan. 11.
Landis

Landis receives True West Award

Kevin Landis, associate professor, Visual and Performing Arts Department, and director of the Academic Theatre Program, received a 2017 True West Award Dec. 20 from the Denver Center for the...
Murphy

Murphy joins board of directors

Megann Murphy, associate director, Event Services, was named to the board of directors for the Southern Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce in September 2017.
Dunn

Dunn to present at AEI conference Jan. 16

Josh Dunn, professor, Political Science Department, will join a panel discussion during a research conference at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C. The conference, titled “Bush-...
Ferris

Ferris named College of Business dean

The director of a financial research institute and a professor of finance will be the new dean of the UCCS College of Business.
Williams

Williams’ personal tragedy leads to helping others

When Rhonda Williams needed help surviving the death of her baby, she found comfort in becoming a school counselor.
Killian

Killian earns Quality Matters certification

Eugenia Olesnicky Killian, assistant professor, Biology Department, recently completed the Quality Matters certification for her course BIOL 1350: General Biology II Introduction to the Cell. She...
Kasa recognized as shining star

Kasa recognized as shining star

Christi Kasa, associate professor, College of Education, received a Shining Star of Vocational Rehabilitation Award, Nov. 16 at the state capitol building.
Known for recognizing others, Rogers named Employee of the Quarter

Rogers named Employee of the Quarter

Whether it’s celebrating holidays or making personal flower deliveries across campus, Jevita Rogers will make sure she recognizes the hard work of others across campus. So when she was told she was...
Szpyrka, Fortune recognized as Women of Influence

Szpyrka, Fortune recognized as Women of Influence

Two UCCS leaders were honored Nov. 9 by the Colorado Springs Business Journal. The CSBJ named Susan Szpyrka, senior vice chancellor, Administration and Finance, as a 2017 Women of Influence award...
Dassanowsky appointed to Global Center of Advanced Studies

Dassanowsky appointed to Global Center of Advanced Studies

Robert von Dassanowsky, professor, Languages and Cultures Department, and Visual and Performing Arts Department, was recently appointed affiliate core faculty for cinema and central European studies...
Klingner receives honorary doctorate

Klingner receives honorary doctorate

Don Klingner, distinguished professor, School of Public Affairs, was awarded an honorary doctorate degree by the Institute Academy for Politico-Administrative Sciences and Future Studies, Oct. 20 in...
Hanenberg, Reddy to present at national student mental health symposium

Hanenberg, Reddy to present at national student mental health symposium

Stephanie Hanenberg, executive director of health and wellness, Recreation and Wellness Center, and Chancellor Venkat Reddy will each present at the American College Health Association Mental Health...
Iwata joins Global Engagement Office

Iwata joins Global Engagement Office

Yoshihisa Iwata, an administrator at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, recently joined the Global Engagement Office as part of a Long-term Education Administrators Program.
Church

Church to present at Wyoming

Minette Church, associate professor, Anthropology Department, will present “Roadside Public History and the Archaeology of the Mountain Route of the Santa Fe Trail” Oct. 20 at the University of...
Eight picked as ethics fellows

Eight picked as ethics fellows

Eight faculty members will serve as UCCS Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Fellows during academic year 2017-2018.
Bell

Bell named director of community learning

Megan Bell, director of assessment, policy and efficiency, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance, will become executive director of community learning and assessment effective...

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