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Heritage Society luncheon honors estate donors to CU

More than 90 people gathered at the Denver Country Club on May 26 for the University of Colorado Foundation's annual luncheon for the Heritage Society
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College of Education will have new dean in July

Mary L. Snyder The dean of the University of Alaska Anchorage College of Education will become dean of the UCCS College of Education for the 2011-12 academic...
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Anti-virus software a must for computers

It happens all too often: Internet browsing leads to a pop-up message promising $100,000. Intrigued, the web surfer clicks on it, which results in a severe...
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Reports of hacking for data provide reminder of need for security

The recent Sony PlayStation data breach caught the attention of consumers and information security professionals alike. The gaming network – which houses...
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Wording change in mission statement earns lawmakers' OK

The Colorado House of Representatives on Friday, May 6, voted in favor of proposed changes in the roles and missions of the University of Colorado Colorado...
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UCCS to name Osborne Center in honor of largest gift in campus history

The University of Colorado Colorado Springs will rename the campus's largest building the Osborne Center for Science and Engineering to honor a landmark estate...
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Softball sculpture to be unveiled Friday

Formal dedication ceremonies for a 12-foot-tall bronze sculpture at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs are scheduled for 4 p.m. Friday, May 6, at...
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Regents back tuition increases, salary pool

Photo: Cathy Beuten/University of Colorado Regent Joe Neguse makes a point while Regent Michael Carrigan listens during today's Board of Regents meeting at the...
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Five questions for Thomas Duening

Thomas Duening The story of Thomas Duening's career is, by his own description, one of an entrepreneur. It's about building something from nothing, something...
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Transferability of tuition waiver benefit extended

To help faculty, staff and their dependents with enrollment for the summer and fall 2011 semesters and beyond, the Human Resources Office, Resource Management...
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Monitor that laptop

It's a frightening scenario: Take a quick break from your desk, return from the afternoon snack – and find your laptop computer missing. All files, tax forms...
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Campus to host state's 28th Math Olympiad

The Colorado Math Olympiad will return to the University of Colorado Colorado Springs for its 28th year Friday, April 22. An estimated 400 middle and high...
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Proposed bill adds research to university's mission

A bill recently introduced in the Colorado General Assembly would formally add research to the UCCS role and mission. On March 25, Senate Bill 11-204 was...
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Decemberists to bring unique sound to campus

One of the most popular indie folk rock bands of recent years, the Decemberists, will perform April 16 at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. Fresh...
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Ben & Jerry's co-founder to share stories of sweet success

Jerry Greenfield Jerry Greenfield, co-founder of Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream, will talk about values-led leadership, social consciousness and entrepreneurship...
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President's town hall tour begins Friday

University of Colorado President Bruce D. Benson's spring series of town hall meetings begins Friday, April 1, on the University of Colorado Colorado Springs...
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Schedule set for Benson's spring town hall meetings

University of Colorado President Bruce D. Benson will embark on a series of town hall meetings, appearing at all four campuses during April. The format will be...
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Garcia: State's higher ed an economic driver

Colorado Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia State colleges and universities are community economic drivers that deserve to be supported, Colorado Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia told a...
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Dozens of CU graduate programs earn national ranking

Graduate programs across the University of Colorado system continue to earn national prominence based on the latest annual rankings from U.S. News & World...
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Obituary: Louis Cicotello

Louis Cicotello Louis Cicotello, professor emeritus in the department of fine arts at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, died March 6, 2011, in a...
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System, Boulder visitors gain UCCS perspective during campus tour

About 20 members of the University of Colorado system and the CU-Boulder campus recently visited UCCS to gain a better understanding of other CU campuses...
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Educators explore unconventional ways of boosting learning, teaching

[flagallery gid=12 name="Gallery"] Can a professor boost classroom connections and foster better learning and teaching by getting students to loosen up with...
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Iraqi student to speak on Kurdistan culture, history

The University of Colorado Colorado Springs' first Iraqi graduate will present a seminar highlighting Kurdistan at 2 p.m. Friday, March 11 in the University...
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Procurement Month means open houses

For the third straight year, the Procurement Service Center (PSC) will celebrate Procurement Month by holding open houses on each CU campus. The CU Denver open...
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Women share journeys of success at expanded symposium

[flagallery gid=11 name="Gallery"] Personal journeys of success in personal and professional settings and the techniques that help make them possible were...

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