Business students at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs are interested in sports management, PGA golf management and information systems.
The superintendent of Harrison District 2, located in southeast Colorado Springs, has taken a job as the superintendent of the Dallas Independent School District. Mike Miles was named the sole finalist for the position of superintendent of schools in Dallas and is now starting a 21-day waiting period before a contract will be signed. Once […]
About 400 UCCS graduates will walk across the stage during the Fall 2012 Commencement ceremony Friday and for the first time friends and family can watch it live on the Internet. Tom Saponas, a member of the UCCS Class of 1972, will deliver the commencement address, which will also be streamed online. About half of […]
The GOP tax plan has Colorado universities worried about a range of issues, from the future of graduate students and philanthropy to building projects and workforce development. The proposal that’s raised the most vocal opposition from students and universities is a plan to tax tuition waivers, which appears in the...
In its second accolade of the week, the Air Force Academy is ranked as one of the top 10 universities in the nation, according to Forbes. Forbes released its best colleges ranking Wednesday, ranking the academy as the tenth best. The magazine ranked Williams College in Massachusetts at the top, followed by Princeton, the U.S. […]
University of Colorado officials say they plan to try again after a plan to raise tuition nearly 16 percent ran into opposition. Republican Regent Sue Sharkey told lawmakers on the House Education Committee on Monday that regents are backing off the increase because of a public outcry over plans to use some of the money […]
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Does anyone out there remember playing the game of Life? Odds are, if you picked “go to school,” you ended up with a lot more play money than the person across from you who picked “hang out all day.” Remember the “poor house?” TrueLifeInteractive.com is playing the game for real with truly live people, showing […]
Colorado voters will decide in November whether they want to increase their taxes to pay for schools. Known as Prop 103, the ballot initiative would increase corporate and personal income tax rates from 4.63 percent to 5 percent – the same rate as 1999. Bright Colorado, the group that organized the petition drive, said that, […]
Right before Valentine’s Day, Colorado Technical University is playing matchmaker to help job seekers find their perfect job at a free career fair Feb. 13. The career fair is from 4 to 7 p.m. at CTU, 4435 N. Chestnut St. and is open to the public. Campus officials expect more than 25 local businesses from […]
Colorado College, located in the heart of downtown Colorado Springs, is developing a long-term transportation plan and is seeking community comments. The public is invited to an open house from 4 to 6 p.m. Dec. 4 in Slocum Hall, 130 E. Cache La Poudre Street, for an overview of the college’s study planning process and […]
The UCCS Colorado Geographic Alliance received an inaugural collaborative planning grant of $50,000 from the National Geographic Education Foundation. The grant — one of three awarded to members of the Network of Alliances for Geographic Education — will help to further “creative, forward-thinking concepts and ideas in support of the teaching and learning of geography,” […]
Minorities, women and underserved communities are strikingly underrepresented in cybersecurity careers, despite growing cyber threats and an acute talent crunch. Now a Springs nonprofit is on a mission to reach those groups, and fill the growing cybersecurity workforce deficit in southern Colorado. The nonprofit Cyber Institute is working with academic partners and industry to bring […]