Teddy Bear Drive

UCCS Associate Director of Development Corrie J. West made a donation of bears for the Beth-El Student Nurses Association Build-A-Bear drive. All of the bears donated this weekend will soon be finding homes with children at area hospitals and urgent care clinics.

From the Spanish Inquition to the Present: A Search for Jewish Roots with Genie Milgrom

A past President of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Miami, she is President of both the Tarbut Seferad-Fermoselle in Spain and the Society for Crypto-Judaic Studies at University of Colorado-Colorado Springs.

Jim Sutton: Francis Field: A double-decker dandy idea

According to the St. Augustine Record compared to a complex built at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Its garage is four stories high and accommodates 1,234 cars.

Hickenlooper stresses need to find money for highways in Colorado Springs speech

During the 45-minute speech, Hickenlooper promoted local job training programs, including a welding program at Pikes Peak Community College, and alliances between school districts and colleges

Turcott coaching tree continues to grow

Former Carroll women’s head coach Shawn Nelson led the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to the NCAA Division II Sweet 16 last season.

Fourth Annual Build-A-Bear Drive

The Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Beth-El College of Nursing are sponsoring a Build-A-Bear drive for local Colorado Springs hospitals.

Movers & Shakers

According to the Gazette, Stockman Kast Ryan + Co. has hired 3 UCCS graduates

List of Pikes Peak region student-athletes signing National Letters of Intent

Sydney Cunfer, Rampart, lacrosse, UCCS (D-II), Mario Mandel, Rampart, soccer, UCCS (D-II).

Clean Energy Collective presents solar program

According to the Gazette, CEC customers include the Colorado towns of Breckenridge, Silverthorne and Lakewood, University of Colorado — Colorado Springs and entities in other parts of the country.

Broadmoor wants land, Dear records sought, bus services changes, and more

According to the Colorado Springs Independent, Hickenlooper said the city landed the center due to an "impressive concentration of assets, private sector interest and connection to the University of Colorado - Colorado Springs' cybersecurity program."



Media Watch is a collection of stories and articles of UCCS mentions in the news, produced by UCCS University Advancement.