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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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Partnership of students, businesses pays dividends in sustainable energy

Two University of Colorado at Colorado Springs students have found their calling thanks to federal stimulus funds and a professor's resolve to offer courses in...
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Census has financial implications for university community

By the end of today, questionnaires for the 2010 census are expected to have been delivered to households throughout the United States. Members of the...
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Mountain Lion Research Day approaching

Diet, student alcohol use, and sustainability are among topics for the 2010 Mountain Lion Research Day. The second annual come-and-go event is scheduled for 8:...
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Evolution of health plan to be discussed at series of forums

Payroll & Benefit Services and representatives from the university health plan renewal team have announced a series of employee forums this month to...
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Kaiser Permanente grant to stimulate jobs, education

As Colorado faces historic unemployment rates, a new partnership between Kaiser Permanente and four state colleges and universities will bring hundreds of new...
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CU system notifies group of employees about W-2 irregularities

A group of 335 current and former University of Colorado employees received letters last week notifying them that the university is investigating...
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CU still top contributor to statewide charity campaign

Employees of the University of Colorado demonstrated their generosity in the most recent Colorado Combined Campaign (CCC), emerging as the single largest...
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School of Public Affairs to provide law enforcement education

Colorado peace officers will be able to build on supervisor training courses through the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, according to an agreement...
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Procurement Service Center sets open houses

The Procurement Service Center (PSC) will sponsor open houses on the four university campuses early in March, which is Procurement Month in Colorado. The...
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Bosley talks budget issues with Faculty Assembly

CU Board of Regents Chair Steve Bosley Praising a "fabulous leadership team" at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs for insight and optimism during...
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New Student Information System embarks on biggest expansion yet

Starting Monday, Feb. 22, financial aid applications for incoming University of Colorado students will be processed using the new Integrated Student...
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100 staffers get motivated on Staff Enrichment Day

A trio of speakers reminded classified staff of their worth, the choices they make, and how life requires adapting to change. Close to 100 University of...
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Five Questions for Nanna Meyer

Nanna Meyer With the Winter Games opening on Friday, Feb. 12, Olympic fever is about to overtake the nation. You can't help but fall in love with the athletes...
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Staff Council seeking Service Excellence Award nominations

The University of Colorado Staff Council announces its annual Service Excellence Award for classified staff and professional exempt employees of the university...
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Political, business leaders highlight Black History Month event

Carroll The speaker of the Colorado House of Representatives will be the keynote speaker for a Black History Month celebration Tuesday, Feb. 16, at the...
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University launches effort to boost ranks of science and education teachers

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs will join other leading universities working to increase the number of math and science teachers in the United...
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State Senate bill targets shortage of nursing teachers

A bill that would make the existing CollegeInvest nurse teacher loan forgiveness program more attractive to more students has passed its first hurdle in the...
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State Attorney General to teach criminal justice course

Attorney General John Suthers is teaching a joint undergraduate and graduate course in criminal justice at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs this...

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