UCCS STUDENTS EXCAVATE SITE ON U.S. FOREST SERVICE LAND

June 30, 2003

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO The Anthropology Department’s annual field course in archaeology at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is being conducted in the U.S. Forest Service’s Comanche National Grassland (near LaJunta) through July 3. Students, under the direction of Minette Church, assistant professor, Anthropology, and Kimberly Henderson, field assistant, are excavating a site...
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ECONOMY REBOUNDS, UNIVERSITY ECONOMISTS SAY

June 25, 2003

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — Southern Colorado’s economy is slowly recovering from a short recession, according to a University of Colorado at Colorado Springs economist. Fred Crowley, senior economist, College of Business and a principal in the annual Southern Colorado Economic Forum, believes the Colorado Springs economy “bottomed” last December and January and that a...
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UCCS SELECTS NEW MEMBERS FOR THE CHANCELLOR’S LEADERSHIP CLASS

June 11, 2003

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO –Seventeen students from Colorado and two other states were recently selected to participate in the Chancellor’s Leadership Class, a highly selective honors program at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. CLC is a four-year leadership development program that engages students in meaningful community service, facilitates interaction with community leaders, and...
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STATUTE TO BOOST CU-COLORADO SPRINGS’ REGIONAL INFLUENCE

June 6, 2003

DENVER Action by the Colorado General Assembly and signed into law Thursday by Gov. Bill Owens will allow the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to more effectively meet regional and national higher education needs. In May, the General Assembly passed Senate Bill 304. The bill rewrote state statutes outlining the role and mission...
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INTERNATIONAL BIS CONFERENCE SET FOR UCCS IN JUNE

May 27, 2003

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — The culture of business is changing. New technologies, economic uncertainties and terror-related travel concerns, among many other factors, have come together to drive companies to look for new opportunities and ways to compete in the global marketplace. Increasingly, information systems and other related technologies are providing the tools for virtual...
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CU-COLORADO SPRINGS EARNS TOP UNIVERSITY HONOR

May 22, 2003

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — A more than 30-year member of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs faculty is a recipient of the Thomas Jefferson Award, one of the highest honors bestowed by the university. Jim Null, a professor of political science at the university since 1970, was selected by a university-wide committee of...
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CU-COLORADO SPRINGS SELECTS VICE CHANCELLOR

May 22, 2003

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — The chief financial officer for the Colorado Commission on Higher Education will be the new vice chancellor for administration and finance at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Brian D. Burnett, 39, of Colorado Springs, will begin his new position July 1, pending approval by the CU Board of...
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2003 COMMENCEMENT FACT SHEET

May 21, 2003

Who: University of Colorado at Colorado Springs · What: Commencement 2003, the university’s 29th commencement exercises · When: 10 a.m., Friday, May 23, 2003 · Where: Colorado Springs World Arena, I-25 and Lake Avenue · Speakers: Pam Shockley-Zalabak, chancellor, CU-Colorado Springs, and Jerry Rutledge, regent, University of Colorado Editor’s note: Reporters and photographers are...
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STUDENTS FEATURED AS PART OF 29TH COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY

May 21, 2003

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO More than 840 students will participate in CU-Colorado Springs 29th Commencement ceremonies at 10 a.m. Friday, May 23 at the World Arena. The class of 2003 is the largest single class in university history with 1,435 total candidates for degree. Selected features about the members of the class of 2003 follow....
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UCCS PROFESSOR SEEKS ANSWERS TO RELATIONSHIP QUESTIONS

May 15, 2003

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — What are the keys of a successful relationship among African-American men and women who live in the Pikes Peak region? What is and isn’t — working for them? A University of Colorado at Colorado Springs professor of sociology is asking the questions. But more importantly, she seeks answers from those...
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