Emergent Digital Practices degree sets the stage for alum’s creative innovations Emergent Digital Practices degree sets the stage for alum’s creative innovations
Men’s hockey announces 2015–16 schedule Men’s hockey announces 2015–16 schedule
Alumnus Gen. George Casey Jr. shares experience and savvy with graduate students Alumnus Gen. George Casey Jr. shares experience and savvy with graduate students
Theater students cast and direct their own shows for annual Capstone Festival Theater students cast and direct their own shows for annual Capstone Festival

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Emergent Digital Practices degree sets the stage for alum’s creative innovations

Emergent Digital Practices degree sets the stage for alum’s creative innovations

Justin Gitlin is all about community. As one of seven founders of Denver-based social-media network Ello, Gitlin and his company — creative computation studio Mode Set — are making headlines as the team behind the latest and greatest online community. The site’s claim to fame is that it’s ad-free and […]

Men’s hockey announces 2015–16 schedule

Men’s hockey announces 2015–16 schedule

The University of Denver men’s hockey team has announced its 2015–16 regular season schedule, a 34-game slate featuring 24 NCHC games and 10 nonconference matches. Denver will open its 67th campaign of NCAA Division I play with a home-ice exhibition match against the Calgary Dinos on Oct. 4, prior to […]

Alumnus Gen. George Casey Jr. shares experience and savvy with graduate students

Alumnus Gen. George Casey Jr. shares experience and savvy with graduate students

In what has become a springtime tradition at DU, retired Army Gen. George Casey Jr. returned to campus in March and April to teach a two-week class at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies. Casey, who received his master’s from the Korbel School (then the Graduate School of International […]

University community exceeds service goals in sesquicentennial challenge

The University of Denver’s 1864 Service Challenge came to a close in March 2015 with nearly 400,000 hours of community service from the DU community — more than double the original goal. One of many facets of the University’s 150th anniversary celebration throughout 2014, the initiative urged students, alumni, faculty […]

Sie fellowship allows Korbel student to pursue passion for international security

After leaving St. John’s, Briese became interested in conflict and post-conflict societies. He completed an internship with the United Nations Development Programme in Bosnia-Herzegovina and volunteered for 10 months with the Benedictine Volunteer Corps in Israel. “In Israel,” Briese explains, “I lived and worked with a group of Benedictine monks on a grass-roots peace-building program which brought together Israelis and Palestinians to work through a process of dialogue and mutual understanding.”

Theater students cast and direct their own shows for annual Capstone Festival

Theater students cast and direct their own shows for annual Capstone Festival

As the curtain sets on their final year at the University of Denver, theater majors channel all their dramatic know-how into the Department of Theatre’s annual Senior Capstone Festival, a 14-day whirlwind of short productions selected and directed by graduating thespians. This year’s Capstone Festival showcases the work of seven […]

Anderson Academic Commons celebrates LEED Silver certification

The Anderson Academic Commons (AAC) building on the University of Denver campus has received the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Silver certification. The major renovation of Penrose Library into the Anderson Academic Commons was completed in 2013. Chancellor Rebecca Chopp will join Nancy Allen, dean and director of […]

EMBA students venture to Africa for business insights

Each year, executive MBA students from the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business travel overseas to experience business opportunities unlike any they have seen in the U.S. This international education adventure pushes students to interact intimately with an emerging economy. Because sub-Saharan Africa harbors six of the world’s 10 […]

Quick questions: the Korbel School’s Heather Roff Perkins on lethal autonomous weapons systems

Heather Roff Perkins, a visiting professor
 at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, will travel to Geneva, Switzerland, in April to attend the United Nations meeting of member states under the Convention on Conventional Weapons. There, she will speak as an invited expert on lethal autonomous weapons systems (LAWs). […]

Faculty member developing advanced imaging techniques to study viruses at molecular level

“My research focus has always been to do things that nobody else can do, see things that nobody else can see. I like to pick really challenging topics and push the limits,” says Schuyler van Engelenburg, an assistant professor in the University of Denver’s Department of Biological Sciences since fall […]