UCCS TO HOST SPRING CAREER FAIR 2005

March 18, 2005

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. — A semi-annual career fair that brings a wide variety of corporate and public sector organizations to the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, April 1, 2005 in the University Center Gymnasium. Spring Career Fair 2005, “Aim High”, is open to the...
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MEDIA ADVISORY

March 18, 2005

WHO: CU Trauma and Resource Center and Old Chicago Restaurant WHAT: Fundraiser for the center that will feature live music, massage, face painting, balloons, pizza buffet and special menu item pricing WHEN: All day, Saturday March. 12. The Physics Rock and Roll Band, whose members are UCCS faculty, will play from 8 to 10...
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UCCS CHANCELLOR’S LEADERSHIP CLASS BRINGS HOME AWARD

March 8, 2005

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. The members of the Chancellor’s Leadership Class at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs recently earned top honors in a statewide competition. The 42 members of the Chancellor’s Leadership Class were presented with the Summit Cup Feb. 26 during El Pomar Foundation’s fifth annual Colorado Leadership Alliance Summit at the...
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University of Colorado Announces 2004 Thomas Jefferson Award Winners

February 24, 2005

BOULDER The University of Colorado has announced that CU-Colorado Springs Professor John Miller and CU-Denver and Health Sciences Center’s Dr. Estevan Flores are recipients of the 2004 Thomas Jefferson Awards. This special award recognizes CU faculty, students and staff members who exemplify the Jeffersonian ideals of a commitment to democratic principles, intellectual pursuits, civic...
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ALUMNA GIVES $1 MILLION TO BENEFIT THEATREWORKS, POLICY RESEARCH

February 23, 2005

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. — A University of Colorado at Colorado Springs alumna has donated $1 million to benefit its theater and public policy research program. Elizabeth Cushman, a 1983 graduate, donated the funds to the CU Foundation as part of her estate. She died Aug. 14, 2003 at age 85. “The generosity shown by...
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T. ROWE PRICE, CU-COLORADO SPRINGS OFFER ACCESS TO ADVANCED DEGREE

February 14, 2005

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. Earning a Master of Business Administration degree will soon be a more convenient option for employees of a local investment management firm and others who work at nearby companies. In cooperation with T. Rowe Price, a Baltimore-based investment management firm, faculty from the CU-Colorado Springs Graduate School of Business Administration will...
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CU-COLORADO SPRINGS FACULTY SHOW TRUTH IN TV FICTION

February 8, 2005

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. — Every week millions of viewers tune into the top-rated show on television, “CSI: Crime Scene Investigators.” In less than an hour the investigators manage to find clues that help them solve complicated crimes. Z.G. Standing Bear, coordinator of Forensic Health Science endeavors at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs’...
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DEADLINE NEARS FOR UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH FORUM

February 1, 2005

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. Undergraduate students enrolled at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, the United States Air Force Academy and Colorado College will come together to share their research efforts in the Second Annual Colorado Springs Undergraduate Research Forum, scheduled to occur at the Air Force Academy later this spring. The Forum will...
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CU-COLORADO SPRINGS NAMES GRADUATE SCHOOL DEAN

January 19, 2005
CU-COLORADO SPRINGS NAMES GRADUATE SCHOOL DEAN

Tom Huber COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — A 23-year veteran of the faculty at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs will be associate vice chancellor for research and dean of the graduate school pending approval of the CU Board of Regents, university officials announced today, Jan. 18. Tom Huber, 57, was selected following an...
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CU-COLORADO SPRINGS NAMES LETTERS, ARTS AND SCIENCES DEAN

January 19, 2005
CU-COLORADO SPRINGS NAMES LETTERS, ARTS AND SCIENCES DEAN

Tom Christensen COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — A physicist and veteran administrator at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs will lead the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences at the university pending approval of the CU Board of Regents, university officials announced today, Jan. 18. Tom Christensen, 48, was selected following an internal-to-the-campus search...
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