Darrell Stevens, Office of Advancement, is the recipient of the President’s Employee of the Year Award. He received the recognition and appreciation of exceptional job performance, which includes a $1,000 award, during a Tuesday ceremony presented by System Staff Council at 1800 Grant St.
In 2008, after Matthew Hallowell received his Ph.D. in civil engineering from Oregon State University, he received multiple hiring offers. He ultimately chose a position with the University of Colorado Boulder‘s Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering (CEAE) “because of the collegiality and reputation of the program, the quality of the students and the work-life balance that can be attained in Boulder.” And then there was the matter of the mountains. He’s a hiker and mountain biker. (When he gets close to an ocean, he’s also a surfer.)
Martinez was a CU student in the McNair Scholars Program beginning in 2011, supported by the U.S. Department of Education. The program was defunded on the CU campus in 2012 after a 17-year history...
Some 74.9 million baby boomers in the U.S. aren’t babies anymore, and as they age the need for qualified caregivers has increased exponentially. Yet even before the boomers trudged toward senior status, the Gerontology Center at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs recognized the increased need for assisting the elderly. The center, now located in the Lane Center for Academic Health Sciences Building, has offered the Professional Advancement Certificate in Gerontology for 24 years.