Selected from a pool of 15,000 applicants and numbering 1,430 students, the class represents one of the University’s most ethnically and geographically diverse to date. It also is one of the most academically accomplished classes in DU history.
With articles such as “Who’s Copying Us Now? The Politico Edition,” “Are Political Scientists Smug? Maybe” and “What Hillary Clinton Should Learn from Donald Trump: Nothing,” the political blog Mischiefs of Faction puts a savvy, self-aware spin on its investigation of American political parties. The blog aims to make the […]
Anne DePrince, professor, chair of psychology and director of the Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning (CCESL) at the University of Denver, has received the 2015 Thomas Ehrlich Civically Engaged Faculty Award from Campus Compact, a national coalition of nearly 1,100 colleges and universities committed to campus-based civic engagement […]
Inauguration panel discussion explores links between higher education, community building and democracy
As part of the Sept. 18 inauguration ceremonies installing her as the University of Denver’s 18th chancellor, Rebecca Chopp invited Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and higher education leaders from across the state to discuss access, changing student demographics, rising costs and the value of higher education in Colorado. Moderated by […]
Thursday was an exciting day for the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, as students, faculty, staff and donors witnessed the ceremonial placement of a 23,000-pound spire atop the new Anna and John J. Sie International Relations Complex, which is scheduled for completion in February 2016. The spire, which will […]
As a Denver high school student, Dianna Flamenco wasn’t sure whom she could turn to. She needed guidance and she wanted more for herself, but she didn’t know how to do it, or exactly what she wanted to do. As a resident of Denver public housing, Flamenco was eligible […]
Connecting with diverse communities is nothing new to Garcia — she has made a career out of it. She worked for 25 years at Coors Brewing Co. in Golden, Colo., serving from 2006–10 as manager of diversity and inclusion in the company’s human resources department. A master’s degree in applied communications from DU’s University College helped her hone her skills.
The Aurora theater shooting trial that wrapped up last month in Denver brought a myriad of questions, from media outlets around the globe, about mental illness and the insanity defense. One of the most-cited experts in the case was Neil Gowensmith, a clinical assistant professor in DU’s Graduate School of […]
The University of Denver on Friday welcomed more than a dozen leaders from higher education institutions across the state of Colorado — both public and private, serving traditional and non-traditional students — to help celebrate the inauguration of DU’s 18th chancellor, Rebecca Chopp. The day included breakfast and lunch panel […]
In an address capping ceremonies installing her as the University of Denver’s 18th chancellor, Rebecca Chopp called on Coloradans to imagine a renewed relationship between higher education and democracy and previewed DU Impact 2025, the institution’s ambitious strategic plan, scheduled for a formal release in early 2016. “There is a […]