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No consensus on whether regents need athletics committee

Members of the Board of Regents on Monday, Nov. 1, discussed whether to establish a new athletics subcommittee, an entity that's been absent from the board...
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A campaign for giving back

University of Colorado employees can help Colorado's less fortunate by donating to the 2010 Colorado Combined Campaign. Since 1988, the Colorado Combined...
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Southern Colorado colleges team to boost higher-ed enrollment

Fueled by a $750,000 Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education grant from the U.S. Department of Education, a group of southern Colorado colleges and...
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Colorado Springs next stop on president's town hall tour

CU President Bruce D. Benson continues a series of town hall meetings, which began last week in Boulder , with a Friday, Oct. 29, visit to the University of...
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Chancellor has eye on university's future

Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak With questions on topics ranging from sewer gases to next year's tuition rates, UCCS students recently met with Chancellor Pam...
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Faculty Assembly: Changing class schedule not likely

UCCS students may just have to try harder to get to classes on time. Faculty Assembly members at the Oct. 8 meeting concluded that timeliness is a student...
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Five questions for Gregory Plett

UCCS Associate Professor Gregory Plett enjoys climbing Colorado's 14ers; he reached his fifth and most recent summit at Mount Huron this summer. As a new...
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Gravity Run to send racers downhill

The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs is hosting a 5K/10K fun run, the first Small Business Gravity run,...
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Students to lead 9/11 monument design

Now housed in a laboratory at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, an 8-foot-long reminder of one of the most tragic events in U.S. history will be...
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Obituary: Clint Fisher, Ph.D., College of Education, UCCS

Friends are invited to join in a celebration of the life of Clint Fisher, Ph.D., hosted by the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs campus, from 4 p.m...
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Diversity grants available to faculty, staff

Proposals for Diversity and Excellence Grants of up to $3,000 are being accepted through Friday, Oct. 29. The grants are designed to assist projects initiated...
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College of Business Ethics Initiative hosts author

Scholar and author Mary C. Gentile (gen-TILL-ee) will speak about ethical dilemmas facing business leaders and students in a public address scheduled for 5:30...
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Preparing to Retire seminars set for week of Oct. 18

Payroll & Benefit Services (PBS) presents its annual preparing to retire seminars the week of Oct. 18. Whether you take part in the university 401(a) plan...
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New cohort of teaching researchers begins year's mission

This year's President's Teaching and Learning Collaborative (PTLC) officially launched this week with 14 faculty researchers who are new to the cohort. The...
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Student enrollment strong on all CU campuses

Three University of Colorado campuses posted record enrollment for the second consecutive year, according to preliminary numbers released last week. Campuses...
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Concrete sign to be a solid reminder of campus territory

Photos by Jeff Foster New UCCS sign on the corner of Austin Bluffs & Nevada during construction. Photos by Jeff FosterNew UCCS sign on the corner of Austin...
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Longtime benefactor's name now graces ballroom

The University Center Ballroom was named in honor of a longtime behind-the-scenes UCCS benefactor at ceremonies on Tuesday, Sept. 14. The ballroom now is named...
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Series of three Supplier Showcases begins Thursday

Denver event to be followed by Boulder, Colorado Springs Representatives from various campus departments also will be on hand to discuss a variety of topics,...
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First fall forum focuses on enrollment, links to budget

It takes an estimated 40,000 student contacts to get 15,000 responses that move through application, acceptance and enrollment of a UCCS freshman class of 1,...
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Five Questions for Mark Malone

While vacationing, Faculty Council Chair Mark Malone keeps an HD video camera handy for explorations at such national parks as Yellowstone, with its Riverside...
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Demand leads to new offering of biochemistry degrees

With the Aug. 6 approval from the Colorado Department of Higher Education, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs now offers bachelor's of arts and...
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UIS works to smooth out kinks in new student information system

Students and faculty members who logged onto the university's new student information system between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday, Aug. 23, encountered slowdowns...
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University praised for recruiting, retaining military and veterans as students

G.I. Jobs magazine named the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to its 2011 list of Military Friendly Schools, an honor given to the top 15 percent of...
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First day of classes on all campuses marks latest step for student info system

A new information system that integrates essential student services on a single electronic platform will undergo a major test Monday, Aug. 23, when thousands...
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CU campuses, programs ranked in magazine's 2011 'Best Colleges' issue

University of Colorado campuses and undergraduate programs remain well-regarded at the regional and national levels among public and private universities,...

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