UCCS HIRES EXPERT TO ASSIST IN HIRING A DIVERSE WORKFORCE

July 1, 2005

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. A career educator and administrator with more than a decade of experience in assisting colleges with the diversification of their workforces will hold a new position at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Betty Trout-Kelly, executive to the president for institutional diversity and equity, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine, will become...
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ENDOWED PROFESSORSHIP WILL FOCUS ON AGING ISSUES

June 23, 2005

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO A Colorado Springs couple will create an endowed professorship at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to encourage the further study of aging issues. The endowed professorship was made possible by Sandy and Dorothy Kraemer, Colorado Springs. Endowed professorships and distinguished faculty chairs assist the university in recruiting and retaining...
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New President of Daniels Fund to Address 2005 Class of Daniels Scholars Gathered for Summit at UCCS

June 9, 2005

Denver June 9, 2005 More than 200 deserving high school graduates from Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming are spending the week at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to prepare to attend colleges across the nation on full four-year scholarships as Daniels Scholars. Linda Childears, who will replace former senator Hank Brown...
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WORLD’S TOP MATHEMATICIANS TO GATHER AT UCCS

June 1, 2005

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. Nobel prize winning physicist Eric Cornell will be a keynote speaker at a gathering of the world’s top applied mathematicians June 4-7 at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Cornell, 43, is a research physicist and fellow at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder and an adjoint...
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UCCS STUDENTS PROVE THEY ARE FUTURE ENTREPRENEURS

May 27, 2005

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. Budding entrepreneurs at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs were recently awarded more than $5,500 in prizes they can use to turn their ideas into reality. Six teams competed for the cash awards with three winners selected by a panel of business leaders and university faculty April 29. The event...
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TWO TO RECEIVE HONORS AT UCCS COMMENCEMENT

May 19, 2005

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — Two individuals with outstanding ties to Colorado will be honored as part of the 31st Commencement Ceremonies for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. The individuals will be recognized by the CU Board of Regents during formal Commencement ceremonies beginning at 9:30 a.m. Friday. Additionally, they will be honored...
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UCCS TAPS TEXAS PROFESSOR AS NEW EDUCATION DEAN

May 18, 2005
UCCS TAPS TEXAS PROFESSOR AS NEW EDUCATION DEAN

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO An education professor whose career includes stints in private business, in U.S. Army intelligence and as a middle school teacher will be the new dean of the College of Education at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. La Vonne I. Neal, associate professor, Department of Education, Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas,...
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UCCS SPEAKER TO ADDRESS COLLEGE STUDENT SUCCESS

May 18, 2005

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. Who is responsible for student success during the first year of college? When it comes to increasing student retention and success, the first year of college is critical. Parents, high school teachers, counselors, faculty and students themselves all play a part in this important stage of a student’s academic career, according...
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2005 COMMENCEMENT FACT SHEET

May 18, 2005

Who: University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. What: Commencement 2005, the university’s 31st commencement exercise When: 9:30 a.m., Friday, May 20, 2005 Where: Colorado Springs World Arena, I-25 and Lake Avenue Speakers: UCCS Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak, and CU President Elizabeth Hoffman Editor’s note: Reporters and photographers are welcome to attend the event. Press credentials...
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OUTSTANDING UCCS STUDENT RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIP TO STUDY IN SERBIA

May 4, 2005

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. University of Colorado at Colorado Springs junior, Jordan Nathaniel Kiper, recently earned a $6,200 scholarship to study in Serbia. Jordan Kiper, Colorado Springs, a philosophy and visual and performing arts major, will receive the Benjamin Brown Award for International Study for the spring semester 2005. He is the second UCCS student...
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