Mountain Lion
Alumni Connections:
May 2010
Jen HaneDear ,
 
It's been an exciting year in the Office of Alumni Relations, and I'd like to thank all of you for your role in everything we've been able to achieve. Your participation has breathed new life into the Alumni and Friends Association. I'm so excited to begin planning activities for next year and to see the trend of increased involvement continue.
 
For those of you who completed a survey at one of our special events, you'll be happy to know that we're working hard to apply your feedback:
  • We're continuing Roar on the Road in a variety of areas throughout the country, so hopefully we'll be headed to your area soon.
  • We'll be launching a new communication platform later this summer that will allow you to contact former classmates, upload your resume, and share photos of your family. I'll be in touch with additional information soon.
  • Based on your feedback, we know you're interested in hearing from our faculty. Next fall, I'll be contacting you with a variety of new opportunities to hear lectures and participate in special events.
  • We're still seeking alumni volunteers willing to serve as volunteer mentors, recruiters, and advocates in a number of areas. If you're interested in enhancing your involvement, let me know.
Thank you again for all of you've done this year to support UCCS - we couldn't make it without you!
 
Jennifer Hane
Director of University Events and Alumni Relations
BA '01, MPA '04
Galloglys Gather for Center Naming
 
Gallogly SignCampus benefactor and alumnus Jim Gallogly gave more than his family's name permanently affixed on a UCCS building recently. (More) 
Becky Medved Receives Alumni & Friends Award
 
Becky MedvedBecky Medved's service to UCCS is exemplary and far-reaching. Her energy, passion and dedication are inspiring both on and off campus, and the impact of her support is significant. (More)
Dean Emerita Wins Nightingale Award
 
Carole SchoffstallCarole Schoffstall, dean emerita, Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences, is a recipient of the prestigious Nightingale Award for Human Caring for 2010. (More)
Bruce Shepard Receives Lifetime Entrepreneurship Award
 
Bruce ShepardRecognizing the importance of the Pikes Peak region's long history of visionary entrepreneurs, the UCCS College of Business recently honored entrepreneur and community activist Bruce E. Shepard at a campus luncheon. (More)
Medal of Freedom Winner Headlines Women's Leadership Symposium
 
Frances HesselbeinA winner of the United States' highest civilian honor and widely known management expert was the keynote speaker at the 2010 Women's Leadership Symposium May 1. (More)
Ground Rules for Teen Drivers
 
Liberty MutualSetting safety ground rules for teenagers is an effective method of engaging them in a conversation about responsible driving. You just might save yourself some stressful confrontations down the road. Be sure, however, not to break the rules yourself if you want to act as a role model. (More)
 
For more information, visit www.libertymutual.com/uccs.
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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. 
In This Issue
Galloglys Gather for Center Naming
Becky Medved Receives Alumni & Friends Award
Dean Emerita Wins Nightingale Award
Bruce Shepard Receives Lifetime Entrepreneurship Award
Medal of Freedom Winner Headlines Women's Leadership Symposium
Ground Rules for Teen Drivers
Quick Links

UCCS Alumni and Friends Association
Special Events
  
May 18:
Alumni Breakfast for May 2010 Graduates, 9:00 a.m. Learn more online
 
May 25:
Roar on the Road - Austin, 5:30 p.m., 
Iron Cactus. RSVP to (719) 255-5100.
 
May 27:
Roar on the Road - San Antonio, 5:30 p.m., Iron Cactus. RSVP to (719) 255-5100.
 
October 3-16:
Arts Tour of Germany. Learn more
online.
Clock Tower 
 
Busy? Finding it hard to move ahead?
 
Consider taking a course through UCCS Extended Studies. Most courses start as low as $89 and new sections start monthly. Learn more online or by calling (719) 255-3868. 
 
Arsenic & Old Lace
 
Thanks for Attending Alumni Night at Theaterworks
 
Thanks so much to all of you who attended our recent Alumni Night at Theaterworks for "Arsenic and Old Lace." Our attendance doubled from the December gathering, and we're pleased that you're excited about this new program.
 
We'll be planning more gatherings during the upcoming year, so stay tuned for more information.
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