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Alumni Connections: Hear the Roar, January 2010
Jen HaneDear ,
 
As we begin the new Calendar Year at UCCS, I encourage you to find ways that you can become more involved with your alma mater in 2010. The time to make an impact is now.
 
As you'll see on the right panel of this newsletter, we have multiple events scheduled throughout the spring semester (and more to be announced) that will allow you to come back to campus or meet at a local restaurant, network with fellow graduates, and tell us how you'd like to see the Alumni and Friends Association grow.
 
In addition, we're working to launch a volunteer program later in the spring semester that will allow you to give back to campus in a way you might not have considered - as a recruiter, a mentor, a guest speaker, a club advisor, and more. You can read more about the program and share your feedback below.
 
We hope the new year finds you well, and we look forward to seeing you soon!
 
Jennifer Hane
BA '01, MPA '04
This Month, We're Profiling You
 
Students in LodgeFor the past several months, we've been featuring profiles of UCCS alumni in each edition of Alumni Connections: Hear the Roar. This month, we'd like to turn the tables and ask you to take a look at your own commitments and talents and consider how you can make an impact at your alma mater.
 
We've been doing research on launching an Alumni Volunteer Program that would allow you to participate in moving your alma mater forward - whether you've stayed in the Pikes Peak Region or chosen to settle down elsewhere. Before we get started, we'd like to hear how you think you can best make a difference - whether in recruitment, mentoring, campus activities, or an idea of your own - so we can create a program that best meets your needs.
 
If you'd like to share your input, please take just a few minutes to complete our Alumni Association Volunteer Program Survey. We think you'll be surprised about all the ways in which you can make a contribution!
UCCS Chancellor Joins President Obama in Math, Science Teaching Initiative
 
ObamaUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak joined with President Barack Obama and other national education leaders in a celebration of the President's "Education to Innovate" campaign recently at the White House. (More)
UCCS Awarded $1.25 Million Business Ethics Grant
 
Daniels FundThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs College of Business was recently awarded a $1.25 million grant to help further instill a high standard of ethics in students attending the university.

Venkat Reddy, dean, College of Business announced the grant from Denver-based Daniels Fund. (
More)
State Attorney General to Teach UCCS Course
 
John SuthersColorado's top law enforcement officer, Attorney General John Suthers, will teach a joint undergraduate and graduate course in criminal justice at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs for the spring semester. Suthers will be a scholar in residence for the UCCS School of Public Affairs. He is the first person to hold the position. (More)
Homeland Security Certificates at UCCS
 
LandscapeThe Center for Homeland Security, part of the National Institute of Science, Space and Security Centers at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, will offer two new certificates in security intelligence and disaster public health beginning Jan.19. (More)
UCCS Alumni Night at Theaterworks
 
Irma VepOn December 23, a group of alumni met at the Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theatre for our first UCCS Alumni Night at THEATREWORKS. The evening started out with a lively networking reception at the theatre. We were thrilled to have Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak join us for the reception and the hilarious play that followed. The Mystery of Irma Vep was laugh out loud funny!
 
The UCCS Alumni Advisory Board would like to thank THEATREWORKS Executive Director, Drew Martorella, and staff for such a friendly reception and a fabulously fun evening!
 
The next Alumni Night at THEATREWORKS will take place in May. We will once again enjoy a networking reception and the play Arsenic and Old Lace. Tickets are $25 and will be available in March.  Please feel free to bring a guest.
 
Arsenic & Old Lace
Arsenic and Old Lace
They are two of the dearest, sweetest old ladies who have ever walked the earth, and they serve the nicest homemade elderberry wine. It packs quite a kick. There's a playwright in the living room, bodies in the basement and Teddy Roosevelt running up stairs to take San Juan Hill.
Special Thanks to Our Sponsor 
 
Ent LogoThe Office of Alumni Relations would like to extend a special thank you to Ent Federal Credit Union, exclusive sponsor of our printed alumni publication, The Roar.
 
Ent Federal Credit Union is the leading financial institution in Southern Colorado with over 50 years of experience serving the community. Ent is a not-for-profit, community-chartered credit union with 27 service centers, offering personal and business banking services to those in the Colorado Springs, Pueblo and Denver areas. Ent offers a variety of services and conveniences, giving members the FREEDOM to live life on their own terms. 
A Special Note for Outlook 2007 Users
 
Due to a technical issue, please visit the Alumni Connections website to view this newsletter.
In This Issue
This Month, We're Profiling You
UCCS Chancellor joins President Obama in Math, Science Teaching Initiative
UCCS Awarded $1.25 Million Business Ethics Grant
State Attorney General to Teach UCCS Course
Homeland Security Certificates at UCCS
UCCS Alumni Night at Theaterworks
Quick Links

UCCS Alumni and Friends Association
Special Events
 
January 22, 4:00 p.m.:
UCCS Event Center Grand Opening Ceremony (call 719-255-3180 for more information)
 
Alumni Cruise to the Western Caribbean
 
February 7:
Roar on the Road - Tampa Bay, FL. Contact
Debbie Marchini for details.
 
February 26:
Roar on the Road - Denver, CO (more information forthcoming)
 
March 20:
Roar on the Road - Alamosa, CO (more information forthcoming)
 
April 3:
Alumni Advancement Lecture Series (more information forthcoming)
 
April 22:
Roar on the Road - Colorado Springs, CO (more information forthcoming)
 
May 18:
Alumni Breakfast for May 2010 Graduates (more information forthcoming)
Alumni Association Benefit Spotlight
 
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UCCS alumni are eligible for a discounted membership at the Campus Recreation Center. To learn more, call (719) 255-7515.
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