Monthly Archives: November 2012

Judith Price: Celebration of Life, December 6, 3:30 – 4:30

Message from: Office of the Chancellor  Campus Community, With sadness I inform you that Judith Price, campus educator serving in the Department of History, passed away on Tuesday, November 13. At the request of her family, “A Celebration of the … Continue reading

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Donahue Chair Commemorates Judy Price

by Wei Yang, Ph.D. Donahue Chair of East Asian History, UCCS I cannot say I have gotten much chance to get acquainted with Judy Price over my first three months of teaching at UCCS, during which her health was rapidly … Continue reading

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Judith Price, 1944 – 2012

The History Department mourns the loss of our long-time instructor and generous benefactor Judith Price. Born in Hawaii, Ms. Price held a long-time interest in the history of East Asia, China and Japan in particular. She received her MA at … Continue reading

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Editor’s note: Edward J. Blum is a historian of race and religion at San Diego State University. Paul Harvey is a history professor at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and runs the…

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Fountain Cemetery Crawl on KOAA Evening News.

Just a quick followup to our last post: KOAA evening news ran a story featuring the Fountain Cemetery Crawl, which resulted in raising over $2,000 for repairs and installation of security equipment at the cemetery. Read all about it here. … Continue reading

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