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Community Connections:
November 2009
Save the Date: Event Center Unveiling Close
 
Event CenterIn what looked to be a giant game of Jenga, contractors recently assembled 13,000 square feet of hardwood floors as the UCCS Event Center moves toward completion and a 4 p.m. Jan. 22 official opening. (More)
UCCS to Program Downtown Gallery
 
GalleryUCCS will begin its artistic management of the art gallery space located at 121 N. Tejon in the Plaza of the Rockies building, UCCS, representatives of Nor'wood Development Group and the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center announced recently. (More)
Science & Engineering Building Earns Design Award
 
Science and Engineering BuildingThe Science and Engineering Building recently earned a first place Colorado Sustainable Design Award in the commercial building category. (More)
CU Foundation Showcases Donors, Impact
 
Students in LodgeThe foundation charged with raising, managing and investing funds on behalf of the university recently released an annual report summarizing activities in the 2009 fiscal year. See the report here.
Senators Introduce Legislation to Expand Troops to Teachers Program
 
TroopsTwo U.S. senators and three U.S. representatives introduced legislation this week that could expand a program that helps members of the armed forces become K-12 teachers. (More)
Colorado Springs Economy Recovering, But Not Too Quickly
 
Economic ForumColorado Springs' economy is in recovery and in better shape than the U.S. as a whole, according to College of Business faculty who presented at a downtown hotel ballroom packed with community leaders a few weeks ago. (More)
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In This Issue
Save the Date: Event Center Unveiling Close
UCCS to Program Downtown Gallery
Science & Engineering Building Earns Design Award
CU Foundation Showcases Donors, Impact
Senators Introduce Legislation to Expand Troops to Teachers Program
Colorado Springs Economy Recovering, But Not Too Quickly
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