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SmarTech conference spotlights ‘internet of things’

Imagine a day when you’re driving down Broadway, hitting nothing but green lights en route to a Starbucks drive-through. Imagine a day when your refrigerator indicates that you’re low on milk, while a grocery list auto-populates on your phone and the backyard sprinklers turn off automatically as it begins to […]

Fashion Bar history preserved at DU’s Beck Archives

Fashion Bar history preserved at DU’s Beck Archives

In a fast-paced, future-focused metropolis like Denver, history has a way of moseying into the footnotes and settling in for a long hibernation. But at the Beck Memorial Archives of Rocky Mountain Jewish History, history has lessons to share and connections to make. Under the direction of Jeanne Abrams, a […]

Quick Questions: Ethics expert Donald Mayer on the Panama Papers

Donald Mayer is a clinical professor in the business ethics and legal studies department of the Daniels College of Business. He is the co-editor of “Good Business: Exercising Effective and Ethical Leadership” (Taylor & Francis Inc., 2010).   Q: What are the Panama Papers? A: The Panama Papers are a […]

Women’s lacrosse to join Big East for 2017 season

The University of Denver women’s lacrosse team will move to the Big East Conference for immediate competition in the 2017 season. The women’s lacrosse team will be the second Denver team in the Big East, along with the men’s lacrosse team, which joined in 2014. The women’s team will compete […]

Social work professor helps implement restorative justice in Denver public schools

Social work professor helps implement restorative justice in Denver public schools

Intentionally or not, public school disciplinary systems tend to unfairly target students of color, says Yolanda Anyon, assistant professor at the University of Denver’s Graduate School of Social Work. According to civil rights data, more than half of students involved in school-related arrests are Latino and African-American. “Once someone is […]

Political science major lands job with Bernie Sanders campaign

Political science major lands job with Bernie Sanders campaign

Now a state director for Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign, alumna Dulce Saenz (BA ’11) first discovered her voice in a public policy class taught by former Colorado Gov. Richard Lamm, director of DU’s Institute for Public Policy Studies. The class was talking about immigration, and Saenz found many of the […]

Alumnus Gen. George Casey shares his insight with international studies students

For the fifth consecutive year, DU’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies welcomed retired Army Gen. George Casey Jr. for the first two weeks of the spring quarter. Casey, who received his master’s from the Korbel School (then the Graduate School of International Studies) in 1980, served as chief of […]

Provost’s conference highlights intersection of sustainability and social justice

Julian Agyeman, professor of urban and environmental policy and planning at Tufts University, opened his keynote address at the April 25 DU Provost’s Conference with a challenge to attendees: “I want you to think about the often forgotten or implicit part of sustainability — its social justice aspect,” he said. […]

Chemistry Professor Donald Stedman dies of lung cancer

Professor Emeritus Donald Stedman — known worldwide for developing trail-blazing technology to gauge vehicle emissions — died of lung cancer in Oregon on April 16. Stedman taught in DU’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry for more than three decades, and his work earned him a range of honors. In 1995 […]

DU’s own Daniel Ritchie to receive Ellis Island Medal of Honor

Chancellor Emeritus Daniel Ritchie is one of more than 90 American citizens who will be honored May 7 with the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations’ Ellis Island Medals of Honor. According to the organization, the awards are “presented each year on historic Ellis Island to a select group of individuals […]