University of Denver Chancellor Robert Coombe has informed the Board of Trustees that he will retire from the University on or about June 30, 2014. Coombe has served the University for 33 years since joining as a member of the faculty. He was provost from 2001 and 2005 and became […]
Donne and Sue Fisher are investing $5 million in the future of early childhood education through a gift to the University of Denver. Longtime supporters of the University whose generosity named the Fisher Early Learning Center at its inception, the Fishers demonstrate their ongoing visionary commitment to young children through […]
University of Denver associate professor Erica Chenoweth has been named to Foreign Policy Magazine’s Top Global Thinkers list. Chenoweth, a faculty member at the University’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies, is included in the “Healers” category. The editors of the December issue of Foreign Policy Magazine indicate that Chenoweth […]
On Oct. 20, just a few weeks before fall finals, 10 DU undergraduate students volunteered their time to help victims of the September floods that devastated many areas in northern Colorado. Partnered with the nonprofit organization All Hands Volunteers, the students helped in Greeley and Kersey, Colo. Representatives from the […]
The University of Denver men’s soccer team and its head coach, Bobby Muss, took home top honors at the Summit League’s annual awards ceremony Thursday in Elmhurt, Ill. Senior forward Zach Bolden was named Summit League Offensive Player of the Year, senior Theodor Remman took Defensive Player of the Year, […]
The University of Denver men’s lacrosse team will face another difficult schedule in the 2014 season. The Pioneers will be challenged by four teams that finished in the top 20 last season, as well as three that received votes in the final 2013 rankings. Four of these teams were selected […]
It was from her father’s sisters that Elizabeth Escobedo first heard the stories that would inspire her new book, “From Coveralls to Zoot Suits: The Lives of Mexican American Women on the World War II Home Front” (University of North Carolina Press, 2013). With the men off at war, the […]
The largest financial gift in University of Denver history will support the construction of a new campus home for engineering and computer science. Chancellor Emeritus Daniel Ritchie has donated property valued at $27 million to the School of Engineering and Computer Science, which in May was renamed the Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science in honor of Daniel Ritchie’s father. The […]
In the 2013 Forbes Magazine’s annual ranking of the top 650 colleges and universities in America, the University of Denver placed fourth amongst institutions of higher education in Colorado and #103 nationally.
As part of the University of Denver Speaker Series, the Dean of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences presents a free lecture by Adam Davidson, NPR commentator and co-host of Planet Money, a co-production of NPR and This American Life.