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New certificates are available for first responders, military personnel and volunteers or workers in the public health sector. The Center for Homeland Security – part of the National Institute of Science, Space and Security Centers – at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is offering two new certificates in disaster public health and security… Continue Reading UCCS offers new security, disaster certificates

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UCCS team polishes up transmission shop Marketing principles taught at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs have increased traffic and revenue for a local business. One-Way Transmission, at 3470 Chelton Loop, N. Unit E, was a typical automotive shop — cluttered and devoid of visual appeal — before several students at UCCS descended upon… Continue Reading Students give transmission repair shop a marketing tune up

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Duening all about creating value for community

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After growing up playing streetball and fighting neighborhood grass fires with brooms, being accepted to graduate school changed Thomas Duening’s life. Although he could out-jump his college teammates and dunk two-handed, these days he uses his highly analytical mind to study the theories of economics. Duening is fascinated by economic conditions and how wealth is… Continue Reading Duening all about creating value for community

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DoD to hold public health symposium

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U.S. Northern Command is looking for a few good policy makers, health care providers and academics. The Department of Defense is seeking white papers to assist the military in creating a response to a national public health emergency. The military wants to know how to best use the broad capabilities of the combined services –… Continue Reading DoD to hold public health symposium

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A Colorado Springs professor is nearing animal trials for a laser device that could lessen the complications and expense for nasal surgery. Dr. Michael Larson, El Pomar Chair of Engineering and Innovation and associate vice chancellor for research at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, is working on the device — which would mark… Continue Reading UCCS professor on cutting edge of laser nasal surgery

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The Science and Engineering Building at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs has earned Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. LEED is the Green Building Council’s rating system for designing and constructing, energy efficient and high-performing green buildings. “This award is significant because it shows what… Continue Reading UCCS Science and Engineering Building earns gold

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The Center for Homeland Security, part of the National Institute of Science, Space and Security Centers at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, has added certificates in security intelligence and disaster public health to a growing list of educational services in homeland security and homeland defense. CHS, in partnership with the School of Public Affairs,… Continue Reading UCCS expands homeland security certificate offerings

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EPIIC launches grant competition

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With a little planning and paperwork, your company could be in the running for $40,000 in grants. The Business Revitalization and Innovation Competition is presented by The El Pomar Institute for Innovation and Commercialization at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. About 10 companies will be chosen to compete for first, second and third place. The… Continue Reading EPIIC launches grant competition

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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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