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New Accelerated Master’s Program develops public service leadership

New Accelerated Master’s Program develops public service leadership

UCCS political science majors will have a new opportunity to earn an accelerated master’s degree in public administration in a new program between the School...
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UCCS creates new dual graduate program in public administration, sociology

UCCS creates new dual graduate program in public administration, sociology

A new innovative dual graduate degree program between the School of Public Affairs and the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, will prepare students for a...
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Sneak a peek: Academic office building design shared

A new, five-story building with 100 faculty and staff offices is quickly taking shape. Gary Reynolds, executive director, Facilities Services, recently shared...
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Six faculty members to join ranks of Distinguished Professors

The annual recognition goes to faculty members who demonstrate exemplary performance in research or creative work, a record of excellence in classroom teaching...
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Christensen feted at celebration of teaching

Tom Christensen, left, talks with Carolyn Fox and Gary Reynolds of Facilities Services during a reception that honored Christensen and showed off a new...
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Florida math professor to lead College of Letters, Arts and Sciences

Peter Braza A mathematics professor who was recently an interim dean and the acting associate provost at the University of North Florida will be dean of the...
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Finalists announced for dean of College of Letters, Arts and Sciences

Welshon Six finalists for the position of dean of the UCCS College of Letters, Arts and Sciences were announced Jan. 11 by Teri Switzer, dean of the Kraemer...
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Campus generosity brightens holidays for 26 families

Holiday Service Project committee member Nancy Gadachy and friend. Photo by Ron Fitz The UCCS community made a happy holiday possible for 26 families this year...