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Community Connections:
November 2010

New Community Connections Email Platform

Jennifer HaneYou'll notice a few changes in this month's issue of Community Connections - primarily the fact that we are now using a new email marketing tool to communicate with you. Our hope is that this new platform will allow us to better manage your communication preferences and create a reading experience that is more enjoyable for you. We'll continue fine-tuning the system in the months ahead, so please feel free to share any feedback on design or content via email - we value your opinion.


Regent Incumbents Hold Seats, will Welcome Sharkey in January

UCCS CampusVoters returned incumbents Steve Bosley and Michael Carrigan to the University of Colorado Board of Regents, which also will welcome one newly elected member, Sue Sharkey, early next year. (More)




Southern Colorado Colleges Cooperate to Improve Regional Education

El Pomar Center Clock TowerFueled by a $750,000 Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education grant from the U.S. Department of Education, a group of southern Colorado colleges and universities will work cooperatively to increase the number of southern Colorado residents who attend college. (More)

 

Lamar Community College, UCCS Announce "Two plus Two" Program

University CenterLamar Community College and UCCS announced the beginning of a significant partnership between the two colleges during halftime of a scrimmage between the LCC and UCCS men's basketball teams recently. (More)



Beth-El Opens Nutrition Clinic to Aid Campus Health

Nanna MeyerThe 50-year-old man who visited the newest outreach efforts of the Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences had a specific goal in mind when he came to the Peak Nutrition Clinic at University Hall: he wanted to lose weight.

But the plan developed for him by Nanna Meyer, a registered sports dietitian and assistant professor, Health Sciences, and Kelly Ping, registered dietitian and graduate student, was far from an off-the-shelf low-calorie meal plan. Meyer and Ping are also certified as health and fitness specialists by the American College of Sports Medicine. (More)

In This Issue

New Community Connections Email Platform

Regent Incumbents Hold Seats, will Welcome Sharkey in January

Southern Colorado Colleges Cooperate to Improve Regional Education

Lamar Community College, UCCS Announce "Two plus Two" Program

Beth-El Opens Nutrition Clinic to Aid Campus Health

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