CU-COLORADO SPRINGS SETS 28TH COMMENCEMENT CEREMONIES

May 20, 2002

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — More than 800 members of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs class of 2002 are expected to participate in CU-Colorado Springs 28th commencement Friday, May 24 at the World Arena. The program begins at 10 a.m. The class of 2002 includes 1,362 people who completed coursework in August 2001,...
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SHOCKLEY NAMED UCCS CHANCELLOR

May 13, 2002
SHOCKLEY NAMED UCCS CHANCELLOR

May 13, 2002 SHOCKLEY NAMED UCCS CHANCELLOR BOULDER, COLO – University of Colorado President Elizabeth Hoffman announced today (Monday, May 13, 2002) that Pamela Shockley has been appointed chancellor of University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, pending the approval of the CU Board of Regents. Shockley, one of 86 national applicants for the position,...
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NEW MEMBERS FOR THE CHANCELLOR’S LEADERSHIP CLASS

May 10, 2002

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — Fourteen students from Colorado and four 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, helps them interact with community...
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U-COLORADO SPRINGS ANNOUNCES MATHEMATICAL OLYMPIAD WINNERS

April 26, 2002

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — Winners of the 2002 Mathematical Olympiad at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs were announced today (April 26) at an on-campus ceremony. More than 600 students from area middle and high schools competed on April 19. The students were offered five problems and four hours to solve them and...
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INTERIM UCCS CHANCELLOR INVITED TO CAMPUS AS SOLE FINALIST

April 22, 2002
INTERIM UCCS CHANCELLOR INVITED TO CAMPUS AS SOLE FINALIST

April 22, 2002 INTERIM UCCS CHANCELLOR INVITED TO CAMPUS AS SOLE FINALIST BOULDER, COLO – University of Colorado President Elizabeth Hoffman announced today (Monday, April 22) that Pamela Shockley, interim chancellor for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, has been invited to campus as the sole finalist for the permanent chancellor’s position at...
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CU-COLORADO SPRINGS TO AWARD SCHOLARSHIPS TO MATH OLYMPIAD WINNERS

April 16, 2002

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO – Adolescent eggheads: get on your mark. The starting gun for the Colorado Mathematical Olympiad will sound at 9 a.m. Friday at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. The Math Olympiad, directed by Alex Soifer, professor of mathematics, is a chance for middle school students and high-schoolers to whip out...
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Main Hall fete scheduled for Thursday

April 11, 2002

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO — Fresh from a $9 million renovation, 88-year-old Main Hall at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs will officially reopen for business Thursday following on-campus ceremonies. Beginning at 9 a.m. near the Main Hall entry, Chancellor Pam Shockley, student leaders, and campus faulty and staff will officially cap the construction...
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CU-COLORADO SPRINGS HOSTS FOURTH ANNUAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

March 18, 2002

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — The Graduate School of Public Affairs at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs will host its Fourth Annual Leadership Conference at 8:00 a.m. April 4, 2002 at The Lodge, 1420 Austin Bluffs Parkway. “The Leadership Conference is intended for community leaders and emerging leaders in southern Colorado,” Kathleen Beatty,...
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WHEN CAN USING MEDICAL MARIJUANA HELP CHRONICALLY ILL PEOPLE?

March 8, 2002

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO — When Colorado voters passed laws that protect those who possess and grow their own marijuana for medicinal purposes, physicians, legal authorities and many others suddenly found themselves in an ethical quandary. Would marijuana intake assist people or would this become a ploy for those seeking a legalized high? And how...
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CU Regents honor $1.5 million gift in memory of David E. Teets

March 8, 2002

The University of Colorado Board of Regents approved a new name for the east wing of the Engineering and Applied Science Building at CU-Colorado Springs Thursday. The building will be named in memory of David E. Teets who died tragically in a Dec. 2001 accident. Teets was a microelectronics engineer with an undergraduate degree...
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