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Jonathan Seals

Jonathan Seals

HOMETOWN: Aurora, Colo. FIELD OF STUDY: Senior double-majoring in political science and religious studies and minoring in French ACTIVITIES: Chair, Colorado Black Student Leadership Conference; Excelling Leaders Institute; past president, Black Student Alliance; intern, Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce Foundation   Why did you choose to pursue religious studies? I […]

Leslie Rossman

Leslie Rossman

HOMETOWN: Northbrook, Ill. FIELD OF STUDY: PhD candidate in communication studies ACTIVITIES: President and executive board member, Graduate Student Government   What are you studying? What type of career do you hope to have? I am very interested in exploring how work experiences impact society, and my dissertation builds on […]

Victoria Lam

Victoria Lam

HOMETOWN: Denver FIELD OF STUDY: Senior majoring in international business, with a minor in Chinese ACTIVITIES: Co-president, Asian Student Alliance; peer leader, Excelling Leaders Institute; co-chair, Diversity Summit; Colorado Asian Pacific Youth Association   Tell us about yourself. I’m a first-generation college student, and the greatest challenge that I face […]

Sergio Juarez

Sergio Juarez

HOMETOWN: Santa Barbara, Calif. FIELD OF STUDY: PhD student in communication studies, focusing on intercultural communication ACTIVITIES: Latina/o Graduate Association; Colorado Progressive Coalition Tell us about yourself. I grew up in a Mexican community, and I witnessed injustices that impacted my family and friends. These memories and experiences drive a […]

Viki Eagle

Viki Eagle

HOMETOWN: Denver   FIELD OF STUDY: Second-year master’s student in higher education administration; received a BA in international studies in 2012   ACTIVITIES: Native Student Alliance; “Real Life Indian” photography portfolio project   Tell us about yourself. I grew up in the Denver Capitol Hill area. I am from the […]

Alumna’s business aids expectant mothers

Growing up in a family of physicians, Stephanie Baker (MBA ’09) was always passionate about health and medicine. After graduating from the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business with a degree in business administration, she merged her interests in business and health to tackle an often over-looked issue. “I […]

Student makes volunteering a way of life

Arimus Wells knows from experience that volunteering can open new doors and ways of thinking. It’s a lifestyle choice that has become second nature to him. He doesn’t wait for the other guy to step up; he is that guy. “College is not entirely about academics,” says Wells, a third-year […]

Endowed professor supports students’ passion for music and Italy

For Roberta Waldbaum, Italy means music, and music means Italy. So it’s no surprise that the University of Denver assistant professor of Italian decided to meld her two passions — and connections with the University — with her recent gift to the Lamont School of Music, which establishes the Clara […]

Korbel Dinner celebrates international relations school’s 50th anniversary

In 1964, scholar and diplomat Josef Korbel founded the school that would become the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies. Monday night, the school’s extended community gathered at the Sheraton Denver Downtown to celebrate the school’s golden anniversary and to honor three individuals who embody the school’s […]

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 […]