Articles written by: Greg Glasgow

Alumnus turns his lens on sexual slavery in award-winning documentary

Alumnus turns his lens on sexual slavery in award-winning documentary

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 […]

DU at 150: Evans Chapel celebrates 54 years on campus

DU at 150: Evans Chapel celebrates 54 years on campus

The chapel—completed in 1878 in downtown Denver—was the initiative of DU founder John Evans in honor of his daughter, Josephine, who had died a decade earlier. DU bought the historic building in 1958 as part of a land purchase.

New admissions strategy results in strong first-year class for fall 2014

In a time when higher-education institutions across the country are experiencing myriad challenges, the University of Denver is set to admit one of the most geographically and ethnically diverse first-year classes in recent history this fall, says Tom Willoughby, vice chancellor for enrollment. The University had nearly 19,000 applications for […]

Undergraduate Commencement speaker offers job-hunting advice to new graduates

Undergraduate Commencement speaker offers job-hunting advice to new graduates

Linda Childears, president and CEO of the Daniels Fund, gave new University of Denver graduates a dose of reality at the spring undergraduate Commencement ceremony on June 7 at Magness Arena. Childears said that because recently graduated recipients of Daniels Fund scholarships were having trouble finding jobs, the organization met […]

Graduate Commencement speaker urges departing students to choose the harder path

Graduate Commencement speaker urges departing students to choose the harder path

“When facing two paths, if you are strong enough, always choose the harder one.” This was the advice that speaker Donna Lynne, executive vice president of Kaiser Foundation Hospitals and Health Plan Inc. and a group president for Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Inc. and Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, offered departing University […]

DU computer science team a finalist in E3 college video game competition

DU computer science team a finalist in E3 college video game competition

Hardcore video gamers and those in the video game industry know that the annual E3 expo in Los Angeles is where the big games of tomorrow are demonstrated and discovered. Five students from the University of Denver’s computer science department will be in the mix this year, as they bring […]

Four DU students win Fulbrights for 2014-15

Four DU students win Fulbrights for 2014-15

Four University of Denver students have won Fulbright Scholarships to study or teach abroad in the 2014–15 academic year. The DU winners include: Elizabeth Caruth, a master’s student at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, has received a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to Germany Christian Allen, an undergraduate with […]

Passion for Kurdistan guides Korbel student’s next step

Passion for Kurdistan guides Korbel student’s next step

Bina Hussein knows she’s in good company at the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies, where, in addition to her classwork, she serves as a student ambassador and runs the school’s Middle East Discussion Group. “These people are your friends, they are your network, they can become […]

Makayla Cappel on the slopes. Photo courtesy of DU Athletics

Graduating senior eyes starting her own wearable tech company

“I fully believe that if you want something bad enough, if you put your intention out there and work your butt off, that you can achieve it,” says University of Denver senior Makayla Cappel. Cappel should know — in addition to juggling a double major, she walked on to the […]

Social work student addresses the stigma associated with mental illness

Social work student addresses the stigma associated with mental illness

Although it was one of the most difficult times in his life, Andrew Steward has never been shy about talking about his battle with mental illness. Steward, a student in the University of Denver’s Graduate School of Social Work, has shared his story, and spoken out against the stigma surrounding […]