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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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Health care, STEM education in CU spotlight as U.S. lawmakers convene

As delegates from Colorado and the rest of the country return to Capitol Hill this week, the University of Colorado's Office of Government Relations begins a...
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College of Business receives $1.25 million grant for business ethics

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs College of Business on Tuesday, Jan. 19, was awarded a $1.25 million grant to help further instill a high...
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Awards honor teamwork of CU researchers, private-sector business

The University of Colorado Technology Transfer Office tonight honors CU faculty and outside companies collaborating on the development of treatments for...
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Five Questions for Shiquan "Michael" Wang

Shiquan "Michael" Wang understands the vast differences between China and the United States, and he would like nothing more than to bring these two giants...
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Chase Faculty Community Service Award nominations requested

Nominations for the annual Chase Faculty Community Service Award are being accepted through Feb. 26 to honor a full-time faculty member who has provided...
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Nine policy changes made official

The Office of Policy and Efficiency (OPE) has announced changes to nine policies in the areas of academic affairs, administrative/general, fiscal and legal...
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President's Teaching and Learning Collaborative names 2010 researchers

Faculty researchers from all four university campuses have been chosen to participate in the President's Teaching and Learning Collaborative (PTLC) for 2010...
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Homeland Security certificate programs begin next week

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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Obama recognizes CU for commitment to science, math education

President Barack Obama today recognized the University of Colorado at Boulder for its leadership in science, technology, engineering and math — or STEM —...
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Basketball fans to get first look at new arena

A new era for University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Athletics will begin Friday when the Mountain Lions play the first games in the new 1,250-seat UCCS...
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Five Questions for John Jackson

Wavelengths and atoms, Albert Einstein's theories and the space-time continuum occupy a majority of John Jackson's daily thoughts. He spreads his enthusiasm...
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University's new expense system continues to roll

The University of Colorado's new expense system continues to expand as part of a rolling launch that began in April. By the end of February, the entire...
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Chancellor: University must grow to avoid financial 'cliff'

Faced with the potential for a steeper than expected financial "cliff effect," University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak last...
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Tuition benefit all in the family at UCCS

A tuition benefit extended to immediate family members of employees at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs has proven a hit, making it likely that...
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University to program downtown art gallery

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs will begin its artistic management of the art gallery space at 121 N. Tejon in the Plaza of the Rockies building...
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News briefs

Donors, alumni receive video "thank you" Short videos were e-mailed to about 150,000 alumni and parents last month to say "thank you" for supporting the...
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Event Center weeks from completion

In what looked to be a giant game of Jenga, contractors recently assembled 13,000 square feet of hardwood floors as the University of Colorado at Colorado...
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Five Questions for Barbara Gaddis

Barbara A. Gaddis, Ph.D., director of the Office of First Year Experience at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, received the first Excellence in...
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Regents recap

At its Nov. 11-12 meeting at the Anschutz Medical Campus, the CU Board of Regents approved a lengthy slate of items. The board approved: The establishment of...

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