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New CU astronaut-in-training relishes space exploration

Kjell N. Lindgren could become CU's 19th astronaut alumnus. His training as a medical doctor will no doubt help him and his crew if he makes it to the...
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UCCS Center for Homeland Security to conduct elementary school survey

The Center for Homeland Security, part of the National Institute of Science, Space and Security Centers at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, will...
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UCCS to dedicate Science and Engineering Building tomorrow

It took more than a decade for the new Science and Engineering Building to transition from an idea to reality. [Photo by UCCS/University Advancement The...
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CU receives a record $711 million in sponsored research funding in 2008-09

Dr. Peter Buttrick is the head of the Division of Cardiology at UC Denver. University of Colorado researchers across four campuses received more than $711...
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Stolen UCCS laptop sets student notification process in motion

University of Colorado at Colorado Springs information security officials recently notified 766 former students that a faculty member's laptop was stolen, and...
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Fourth annual 'supplier showcases' series to kick off in September

There will be supplier showcases at all four campuses. [Photo courtesy of Amber Williams The Procurement Services Center is playing host to the fourth annual...
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Colorado loses important advocate for children Dr. Ruth Kempe, left, and her daughter, Annie Kempe One of the nation's most passionate advocates for the safety...
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Mexican scholars learn English as a second language skills at UCCS

"] The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. [Glenn J. Asakawa/University of Colorado Five faculty members from the Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico...
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Board of Regents approve plan to separately brand, name UC Denver campuses

The University of Colorado Board of Regents last week approved President Bruce D. Benson's recommendation to separately brand and name the two campuses that...
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Despite recession, CU posts solid fundraising results

More than 50,000 donors made contributions toward CU people, places, and programs during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009-more than in any other year in CU...
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Stimulus funding update

CU-Boulder has applied for more than 201 grants totaling $132.2 million, and has received 28 awards for a total of $11.6 million. UCCS has applied for 11...
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UCCS professor on mission to design next-gen automobiles

UCCS Professor Gregory Plett will work with faculty from the University of Michigan, engineers from General Motors and two UCCS graduate students to accelerate...
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Stimulus funding update

Summary of research grant applications by campus CU-Boulder has applied for more than 194 grants totaling $130 million. The campus has received 22 awards for a...
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New Science and Engineering Building gets thin-film solar panels

The UCCS Science and Engineering Building will use thin-film solar panels for energy. The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is using thin-film solar...
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UCCS, nine other southern Colorado colleges to advance education

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is joining forces with nine other southern Colorado colleges to strengthen and expand the region's economy,...
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CU researchers receive $13 million in federal stimulus funding so far

Funds are important lifeline for university researchers The University of Colorado has received 37 grants totaling $13 million in federal funding to advance...
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UCCS professor authors status report on state's charter schools

The number of charter schools continues to grow in Colorado, and the community-based schools have become more ethnically diverse, according to a new study...
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Budget cut summary shows reductions to personnel, operations

Budget cuts across the University of Colorado system for the 2009-10 fiscal year (beginning July 1) affected positions more than operations, according to data...
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Stimulus funds, partnerships top federal relations outreach efforts

Obtaining increased federal funding for research, product innovation, patient-care programs and capital improvements on University of Colorado campuses topped...
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Campuses to lead diversity efforts under restructuring plan

The University of Colorado's chief diversity officers, campus chancellors and President Bruce D. Benson will work together to increase the focus on the...
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Board of Regents to vote on budget

The University of Colorado Board of Regents will vote on a proposed university budget of approximately $2.6 billion at its June 23 meeting at the University of...
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Regents set tuition for 2009-10

CU Regents approved tuition rates for the 2009-10 academic year that are a hybrid of percentage increases and structural changes to per-credit-hour pricing.
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Regents decline review in UCCS student body president case

CU Regents declined to review a decision by UCCS Chancellor in a case involving David Williams, the outgoing student body president.
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89-year-old pursues physics with passion

Jim Rynning was a student studying physics at a large Midwestern university when his studies were interrupted, first by World War II and later the Korean War,...
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News from the May 18-19 Board of Regents meeting

Regents set tuition for 2009-10 Modest increases intended to keep CU 'affordable' Board of Regents rejects Silver & Gold resolution The University of...

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