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More than 60 faculty members earn tenure

At its June meeting, the Board of Regents approved awards of tenure and appointments with tenure for 63 faculty members throughout the system: University of...
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El Pomar gift leads to new name for Science and Engineering atrium

An atrium in the Science and Engineering Building now has a name, in recognition of a $1 million gift. El Pomar Foundation of Colorado Springs made the...
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Diversity officers: Outreach, pipeline programs crucial for student recruitment

Correction: The original version of this story included inaccurate information on the percentages of minorities among tenured and tenure-track faculty. The...
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Legacy of Bill Daniels highlighted in special event

Photos by Tom Kimmell and Tom Hutton Several students who received Daniels Fund scholarships pose with a life-size photo of the late Bill Daniels, whose...
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New pedestrian walkway nears completion

Photo by Tom Hutton A paved walkway stretching from Main to Columbine halls is nearly complete and should be open to pedestrians by mid-July. "We're piecing it...
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Unexpected generosity helps leadership class reach fundraising goal

This year's CLC class at UCCS Grant Matthews (UCCS '10) had been an integral member of the Chancellor's Leadership Class (CLC) throughout his time at the...
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Wisner, former dean of students, dies in bike accident

Ron Wisner, dean of students at UCCS from 1979 to 2003, died Friday, May 21, in a mountain bike accident in an open trails area between Monument and Castle...
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Temporary name sought for Science Building

The soon-to-reopen Science Building at UCCS needs a new name, and campus leaders are hoping it will be temporary. Brian Burnett, vice chancellor,...
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Five Questions for Fred Coolidge

UCCS' Fred Coolidge, right, professor of psychology, with Tom Wynn, professor of anthropology, and friends If you could only use one word to describe Fred...
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MBAs say green energy a good return on investment

A group of University of Colorado at Colorado Springs MBA students believe current tax credits and rebates can make wind power profitable for the Pikes Peak...
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Chancellor's year in review turns attention to future

Dignitaries gather for the August dedication of the Science and Engineering building at UCCS. While university finances remain a top priority over the next 14...
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Educator to speak on U.S. security at National Press Club

Kurt Johnson Kurt Johnson, an educator at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs whose background includes providing legal counsel to senior military...
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Breast cancer risk factors differ among races

Lisa Hines A new study led by Lisa Hines, assistant professor of biology at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, finds that factors known to...
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University of Colorado grad programs remain among the best in the nation

Graduate programs across the University of Colorado's campuses remain among the best in the country, with 13 ranked in the Top 10 in their fields, according to...
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Joint venture with Texas A&M to advance disease treatment

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs will work collaboratively with the Texas A&M Health Science Center in the areas of bioenergetics, immunology...
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Gallogly Events Center dedication set for April 21

A formal dedication ceremony and reception honoring the members of the Gallogly family is scheduled for 5 p.m. April 21 at the Gallogly Events Center. Members...
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Five Questions for H. Lea Gaydos

Not everything in life is happenstance, but there are occasions when the universe simply takes over. When H. Lea Gaydos was a child, she had visions of a job...
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CU announces latest budget-balancing measures

The second round of budget-balancing steps made necessary by cuts in state funding will total $22 million throughout the University of Colorado system. All...
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Astronaut, a UCCS alum, to inspire local undergraduates

One of the most famous alumni of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs will provide the keynote address for students from UCCS, the United States Air...
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Benson: Tuition increases will help preserve CU's quality, competitive edge

No one — from University of Colorado officials to students and families — likes the idea of tuition increases. But with CU faculty and staff continuing to work...
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ISIS takes on student registration

Following Monday's pilot sessions that saw more than 500 students throughout the CU system register for fall classes, the new Integrated Student Information...
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President's Teaching and Learning Collaborative extends deadline for proposals

The call for research proposals for the 2011 President's Teaching and Learning Collaborative (PTLC) has been extended to April 12. Members of the collaborative...
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3OH!3 to headline concert on campus

3OH!3 Hip-hop sensation 3OH!3 will be the headline band for an April 22 concert at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. The show begins at 7 p.m. at...
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Health plan forums continue

Payroll & Benefit Services and representatives from the university health plan renewal team are leading a series of employee forums to discuss what's new...
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Five Questions for Linda Kogan

A typical day in Linda Kogan's work week has its ups and downs. Either she's craning her neck to evaluate a building's lighting system or looking in the...

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