Campus Developments & Achievements


  • Whether they fill up a water bottle or go to the gym on campus, students can earn money to cover tuition...
  • CU Boulder engineering students can learn engineering while improving their liberal arts skills.
  • What you don't know about idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) is breathtaking
  • The Hybel center is among four projects that are part of the City of Champions initiative.
  • Those sworn in at the ceremony included a Spanish and humanities professor at CU Colorado Springs.
  • The University contributes through research, student spending, construction and teaching on all four CU...
  • Learn how CU Denver plans to inspire and develop a new generation of engineering students.
  • Gates Center for Regenerative Medicine
    Read about the "bench to bedside" manufacturing process at the CU School of Medicine. "We...
  • University of Colorado Denver's Proposed Engineering Building
    After creating an engineering school in Singapore from the ground up, Martin Dunn is working to breathe new...
  • Aisha Ahmad-Post had a clear and ambitious goal: to become the principal bassist for the New York...
  • American Furniture Warehouse founder and CEO's event center will house auditoriums, classrooms and...
  • Scot Chadwick, executive director of the CU Denver Office of Digital Education, will lead the college.
  • CU Denver's Center of Preservation Research was given $37,000 grant to help restore Camp Amache.
  • A new building in downtown Colorado Springs integrates UCCS with the city and community.
  • In the second record-breaking year in a row, CU received more than $1 billion in research funding.
  • The biosciences facility opened in 2000, has about 70 companies with 750 employees and $800 million in grants.
  • CU Anschutz announced a $120 million gift that will help them recruit more physicians and scientists.
  • The National Institute for Nursing Research (NINR) awarded CU Anschutz $8 million towards expanding research.
  • This $42 million complex is dedicated to the well-being of students as a downtown sanctuary.
  • The new recreation facility includes a swimming pool, climbing wall, workout areas and more.

Faculty & Staff Profiles


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Assistant Director, Project Management Office
University Information Services (UIS)
Beginning her journey at CU Boulder, Julie appreciates the continuous collaboration and improvments staff makes on a day-to-day basis.
Senior Executive Director
Office of Financial Aid, Student Employement and Scholarships
Jevita Rogers joined UCCS to be closer to family, but she has found a larger one with the CU faculty and staff.
Senior Instructor
Department of Computer Science
Pam Carter began her career at CU thanks to former faculty members. She now gives back to UCCS faculty in her everyday work.
Distinguished Professor
Department of History
After spending 24 years at CU, he's noticed CU Colorado Springs students and faculty members stand out compared to other universities.