Alumni Connections

In April 2008, members of DU’s Kayak Club commemorated Earth Day by cleaning garbage from a six-mile stretch of the Platte River. DU students, known for their appreciation of Colorado’s landscapes and recreation opportunities, have long been invested in protecting the environment.Until his death in October 2012, Neyman was always ready to provide the campus with a quick lunch—often with a side of sage advice.

Alumni profiles

The Trailblazers

Maria Langan-Riekhof (MA ’95) In the early 1990s, when Maria Langan-Riekhof was deep into her coursework at what was...

The Trailblazers

Deborah Korn (PsyD ’89) When Deborah Korn was a child, she learned the art of being a good listener. 

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Undaunted by adversity, Lynnzee Brown ends her DU career with a hurrah

It was a Sunday afternoon at Magness Arena in February 2020. The University of Denver women’s gymnastics team was hosting George Washington...

At the Denver Publishing Institute, book champions prepare for careers in an ever-changing marketplace

Ever since the coronavirus pandemic turned life upside down, the U.S. publishing industry has found itself on a wilder-than-usual roller-coaster ride.

Ethics courses teach students how to ‘walk the walk’ in business and life

Teaching college ethics can be murky. There are no shortcuts, nor formulas for evaluating how well students are grasping the material. It’s...

Class notes

Class Notes Spring – Summer 2023

1961 Jim Shea (BSBA ’61) was inducted into the U.S. Biathlon Hall of Fame in February 2022. He was...

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