University of Colorado-Colorado Springs wins Daniels Fund competition

University of Colorado-Colorado Springs wins Daniels Fund competition

               Enlarge Photo              Photo Courtesy Daniels Fund The University of Colorado-Colorado Springs winning team poses with the traveling trophy after taking first place at the Daniels Fund 2014 Ethics Consortium Case Competition.                                                Caitlin Hendee Digital Producer / Social Engagement Manager- Denver Business Journal Email               A simple recommendation to fit the size...

Innovate Colorado Springs sparks ideas to foster entrepreneurship

April 17–More than 900 people attended the 14 events staged by Innovate Colorado Springs this week in what officials are calling a successful start of an effort to promote innovation and entrepreneurship in the area. Nearly 100 business, education, nonprofit and community leaders concluded the four-day series of events Thursday with a luncheon hosted...

Road Closure And Lane Reductions Starting Thursday On Austin Bluffs

Road Closure And Lane Reductions Starting Thursday On Austin Bluffs

By: KKTV Updated: Thu 5:43 AM, Apr 17, 2014 By: KKTV There could be some extra traffic delays starting Thursday morning along Austin Bluffs Parkway near the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs campus. The intersection at Austin Bluffs and Stanton Road will be closed starting at 8:30 a.m. Thursday. That closure is expected to last...

Arts, Business, Education Luncheon honors community members

Arts, Business, Education Luncheon honors community  members

By Jen  Mulson                                          Updated: April 16, 2014 at 7:57 pm Related Videos   ABE  lunch Apr 16 Michael Cellan, a  board member for the Pikes Peak Arts… The 35th annual Arts, Business, Education Luncheon brought together a slew of  both familiar and new faces on Wednesday to honor those who...

City cuts, chips to make green spaces healthier

City cuts, chips to make green spaces healthier

Forest, meet trees   by J. Adrian Stanley               Dennis Will says forest restoration, as in University Park, is delicate business. Michael Comora squats next to a large stump, tracing his fingers along its rings — over 200 by his count. The loss of this juniper is perhaps what’s stuck most in his mind...

Sports and event center could take two years to plan

Published: April 14, 2014, 6:54 pm, by Monica Mendoza It may be two years before the finance details of the proposed downtown sports and events center are finalized, according to a supplement milestone report sent by the city to the state regarding the City for Champions. “Discussions are currently taking place with a leading...

Three UCCS students win new John Suthers Scholarship

Education Buzz   Published: April 14, 2014, 2:52 pm, by Debbie Kelley Three University of Colorado at Colorado Springs students majoring in criminal justice are the first recipients of the John Suthers Scholarship. April Rogers, a junior from Craig, and Isaac Abila, a junior from Pueblo, will receive $1,000 scholarships for the 2014-and 2015...

Randi Zuckerberg to speak at UCCS

Randi Zuckerberg to speak at UCCS

By Debbie Kelley                                          Updated:  April 14, 2014 at  9:34 am •             Published: April 11, 2014 | 7:35 pm FILE – In this  Oct. 4, 2011 file photo, Randi Zuckerberg, former marketing director of Facebook  and founder of RtoZ Media, speaks at the Executive Marketing Summit in New York.  A...

Mayor Bach names RTA advisory board

Mayor Bach names RTA advisory board

April 14, 2014 By Marija B. Vader Colorado Springs Mayor Steve Bach formally announced the names of the 16 community leaders who will serve on the Regional Tourism Act Advisory Board for the City for Champions initiative. In accord with Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade guidelines, the Mayor convened a nominating...

Chicago’s outsourcing habit has costly consequences

Chicago’s outsourcing habit has costly consequences

By:  Daphne T. Greenwood April 14, 2014 Chicagoans are all too familiar with the city’s parking meter privatization fiasco. The deal was rushed and reckless and sucked billions of tax dollars out of the local economy and into the coffers of a corporate consortium backed by Wall Street. Not to mention citizens’ loss of...


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