Monthly Archives: April 2012

Excellence in UCCS History Students: 2011-2012 Student Award Winners in the History Department

We will see History students, friends and families at our annual Student Awards celebration Tuesday, May 1, 3:30 – 5:00, in UC 303. We’ll be celebrating all student achievement through the year, including especially the following notable recognitions! Come at … Continue reading

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Professor Paul Harvey Receives the Prestigious UCCS Chancellor’s Award

The high quality and commitment of the department’s faculty continues to be recognized with Professor Paul Harvey’s receipt of the prestigious UCCS Chancellor’s Award. Winners of the award must demonstrate excellence in two of three of the primary selection criteria … Continue reading

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Excellence in Teaching: The History Department’s Christopher V. Hill, G. Carole Woodall, and Janet Myers Win Major Teaching Awards

In an unprecedented year, three faculty members in the Department of History have won significant campus-wide and college teaching awards. Professor Christopher V. Hill, who teaches and researches in the field of the history of India and environmental history, won … Continue reading

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Professor Christina Jiménez Honored With the 2012 UCCS Faculty Award for Outstanding Contribution to Diversity and Inclusiveness.

Today, Dr. Kee Warner, UCCS Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusiveness, announced that Professor Christina Jiménez received the 2012 UCCS Faculty Award for Outstanding Contribution to Diversity and Inclusiveness.  In his announcement, Dr. Warner stated, As a teacher, a scholar and … Continue reading

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History Department Student Awards Celebration

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The Rockefeller Plan at Colorado Fuel and Iron, 1914-1942: Public Lecture at Pioneer’s Museum

This Saturday (April 7th), Jonathan Rees, Professor of History at CSU–Pueblo and the blogger behind the history and higher education blog More or Less Bunk, will be giving a public lecture at the Pioneer’s Museum. This will be Saturday, April … Continue reading

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