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U.S. News ranks DU among country’s top 100 colleges

The University of Denver has maintained its strong ranking as one of the top 100 national universities included on the U.S. News and World Report list of “Best Colleges 2015.”  The University is ranked 88th on the list of national universities, up from 91st last year. “The rise in the […]

Fall sports preview: Directors’ Cup win kicks off a new season

Fall sports preview: Directors’ Cup win kicks off a new season

The University of Denver again claimed the top spot among NCAA Division I non-football schools in June, earning its record sixth Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup over the last seven years. The National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) awards Directors’ Cups each year to the top schools in NCAA […]

Quick Questions: Biology Professor Phillip Danielson on Ebola

Editor’s note: As part of the University of Denver’s focus on serving the public good, faculty members from across the disciplines routinely share their expertise with the community. They answer questions from reporters, host lectures on trending topics and write op-ed columns for local, national and international publications. They also […]

First-year seminars set stage for college learning

Before students begin declaring majors, setting sail to scenic study-abroad destinations or collecting their diplomas, they all participate in the University of Denver’s distinctive first-year seminar (FSEM), which helps to set the stage for academic and social success throughout the undergraduate years. Each seminar, typically capped at 18 students, first […]

Quick Questions: Middle East expert Nader Hashemi on ISIS

Editor’s note: As part of the University of Denver’s focus on serving the public good, faculty members from across the disciplines routinely share their expertise with the community. They answer questions from reporters, host lectures on trending topics and write op-ed columns for local, national and international publications. They also […]

University names new dean for Morgridge College of Education

University names new dean for Morgridge College of Education

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 […]

Graduates urged to make a difference—small or large—at summer Commencement ceremony

Graduates urged to make a difference—small or large—at summer Commencement ceremony

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 […]

DU Advancement gives back to community during Denver Days

DU Advancement gives back to community during Denver Days

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 […]

Student research project examines fishing practices in the Caribbean

Student research project examines fishing practices in the Caribbean

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 […]

Modern Learning chair supports innovations in legal education

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 […]