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UCCS creating fifth doctoral degree program

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The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs will offer a new doctoral degree in applied science.”This degree builds on the momentum of the completion of our new Science and Engineering building as well as a southern Colorado innovation strategy that relies on increased research activity by our faculty and advanced students,” said Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak.… Continue Reading UCCS creating fifth doctoral degree program

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UCCS tuition to increase 5%

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University of Colorado Regents approved across-the-board fall tuition increases today for all three CU campuses. University of Colorado at Colorado Springs tuition will increase 5 percent, which amounts to an additional $9 per credit hour for in-state undergraduate classes. Nonresident students pay rates that are roughly double those of Colorado residents. Those students will see… Continue Reading UCCS tuition to increase 5%

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University of Colorado President Bruce Benson has outlined a major reorganization of the university system’s administrative functions in an effort to balance a budget hard-hit by the state’s money problems. While the plan will also involve some significant fiscal surgery, Benson said it will not include any layoffs at the University of Colorado at Colorado… Continue Reading CU fiscal reorganization promises no UCCS layoffs

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Gary Loo, president and CEO of High Valley Land Co. and chairman of the High Valley Group, received  a Lifetime Entrepreneurship Award today from the College of Business at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs during a luncheon at the Club at Flying Horse. More than 150 community leaders, friends and family members were on… Continue Reading Loo given UCCS Lifetime Entrepreneurship Award

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UCCS part of mysterious donor ring

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During the past few weeks, at least nine universities, including the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, have received a total of $45 million in gifts from donors who took specific steps to assure their anonymity. Gifts to universities are almost never given by anonymous donors. Click here to read the story. Click here to subscribe… Continue Reading UCCS part of mysterious donor ring

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Rain or shine, women will walk the talk

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Women who have their dream job and want to help others along the career path will unite with women who are entering the work force during the Junior League of Colorado Springs third annual Mentor Walk. The walk is scheduled for 8 a.m. May 2 at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Attendees will… Continue Reading Rain or shine, women will walk the talk

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University of Colorado, Colorado Springs Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak would like legislators to find an alternative to pulling money from the $700 million in Pinnacol Assurance reserves as a one-time fix for the state’s budget woes.  Pinnacol is the state’s workmen’s compensation insurer. Shockley-Zalabak isn’t alone either. Officials at the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, the… Continue Reading Shockley: Higher ed funding shouldn’t be one time fix

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New clinic

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The Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences has opened a health clinic for city employees. The goal is to lower health insurance claims for the city, while also giving nursing students the opportunity for hands-on learning. The clinic is designed to assist with acute and episodic health care needs, as well as wellness promotion,… Continue Reading New clinic

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Southern Colorado innovation strategy

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What would the Springs look like if the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs had 35,000 students and a $750 million to $1 billion dollar impact on our local economy? Dare I suggest that the Springs could become a major metropolitan city and the state Capitol, now in Denver, would be taken down brick-by brick… Continue Reading Southern Colorado innovation strategy

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