What is the value of a law degree? In recent years, that question has been top of mind for every aspiring attorney. A gift made to the recently ended ASCEND campaign is ensuring that students at the Sturm College of Law are earning degrees that not only will give them […]
University of Denver Associate Professor Karen Riley has been named dean of the Morgridge College of Education effective immediately. Riley, a Morgridge College faculty member who works in the area of child, family and school psychology, has served as interim dean since June 2013. A search committee formed this spring […]Read more...
Michael Keables, interim dean of the University of Denver’s Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science, shared his top 10 tips for success as the featured speaker at the Summer 2014 Commencement ceremony Aug. 15 on Graduation Green in front of Margery Reed Hall. “My two favorite times of […]Read more...
Individuals from throughout the University of Denver participated in Denver Days, a citywide effort to engage neighborhoods through community service projects and neighborhood activities. About 50 members of the advancement team — from University Advancement and across campus — volunteered a total of 313 hours to paint the Washington Street […]Read more...
While most students were home enjoying their summer vacations and unwinding before the school year kicks into gear, University of Denver senior Jill Hamilton was below the Caribbean Sea, hanging out with fish and seeking solutions to their declining numbers. The environmental science and strategic communications major was one of […]Read more...
The University of Denver women’s tennis team finished its season with a 14-9 overall record, touting a 6-0 record in Summit League Play and collecting both the regular season and conference championship titles. The No. 1 seed Pioneers made it a dual championship season as they handed No. 3 seed […]
On July 16, the University of Denver announced its 2014 Athletics Hall of Fame class. The new inductees include John MacMillan (hockey 1958–60), Jim Shea (skiing 1958–61), Jim Elliott (baseball 1988–90), Jessica Lopez (gymnastics 2006–09), Lorna Lyles (volleyball 1990–93), Milton Kurth (general maintenance foreman 1955–85), Kurt Smitz (skiing coach 1992–2006), and […]
June 30, 2014, marked the end of the most successful fundraising effort in University of Denver history: ASCEND: The Campaign for the University of Denver. Each year of the eight-year campaign was among the University’s top 10 fundraising years, with the final year of ASCEND surpassing all previous annual fundraising […]
According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, fewer than 42 percent of applicants were accepted into U.S. medical schools in 2013. In Colorado, the competition is much tougher: the 2013 acceptance rate at the University of Colorado-Denver School of Medicine, Colorado’s only not-for-profit medical school, was less than 3 […]
The University of Denver swimming and diving teams finished the 2013–14 season on a high note: as Summit League Champions and with two All-Americans. As a testament to the success of the season, two Pioneer swimmers made it to the NCAA Championships. Junior Samantha Corea finished seventh in the finals of […]
Grant Knisely fell in love with Nepal in 2001, when he traveled there as part of a service learning project at the University of Denver. It was during that trip that Knisely made his first documentary film, “Project Nepal: A Time to Learn,” which was about the DU students on […]
Summer 2014 Commencement will be held at 8:30 a.m. Friday, August 15, on Graduation Green. The speaker will be Michael Keables, interim dean of the Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Denver. For those unable to attend, live video of the ceremony will be […]
Ed Fronapfel helps shape the lives of University of Denver students both as an adjunct professor at the Daniels College of Business and as a donor to scholarship funds that help Daniels students succeed. Fronapfel, a licensed engineer in more than 25 states, has been engaged in design and construction […]
Few would have chastised Korbel had he chosen to focus on what might have been. As a rising star in the Czechoslovakian government in the 1930s and 1940s, Korbel likely would have had an exemplary diplomatic career but for the Nazi invasion that forced him to flee to London in 1939 and the Communist coup three years after his return that led to his immigration to the United States in 1948.