Articles written by: Greg Glasgow

Fall 2015

Fall 2015

Lacrosse wins NCAA Championship; new center for the study of aging; the true importance of higher education

Spring 2015

Spring 2015

Founders Day honorees; study abroad; conservation social work in Kenya

DU experience takes alumnus to Oxford for debate, master’s degree

DU experience takes alumnus to Oxford for debate, master’s degree

After graduating in 2014 with dual degrees in philosophy and religious studies, Gabe Rusk returned to the University of Oxford — where he had studied abroad during his time at DU — to pursue a master’s degree in religious studies. In May, Rusk, who had been a member of the […]

Museum studies director curates groundbreaking female abstract expressionists show at the DAM

Museum studies director curates groundbreaking female abstract expressionists show at the DAM

The Denver Art Museum (DAM) made history in June when it opened “Women of Abstract Expressionism,” the first museum exhibit to focus on the female artists of the postwar art movement. Curated by Gwen Chanzit, the DAM’s curator of modern and contemporary art and director of the museum studies master’s […]

Land-use group makes recommendations for future of DU neighborhood

Land-use group makes recommendations for future of DU neighborhood

Like it or not, 20 years from now, the streets and neighborhoods in and around the University of Denver are going to look dramatically different. In hopes of fostering changes for the better, the University commissioned the Washington-based Urban Land Institute to help determine how to best improve its physical […]

A strong start to 2016 for Pioneers athletic teams

A strong start to 2016 for Pioneers athletic teams

2016 is off to a great start for University of Denver athletics. In winter and spring alone, the Pioneers played in the Frozen Four for the first time in 11 years, captured their first-ever individual NCAA gymnastics title, won their NCAA-record 23rd national skiing championship and hired new men’s basketball […]

Engineering grad gets up to speed with Arrow’s SAM car

Engineering grad gets up to speed with Arrow’s SAM car

He didn’t know it at the time, but as an engineering student at DU, Will Pickard was putting together the perfect resumé for the job he has now — part of the elite SAM Project team at Denver-based Arrow Electronics. The company took on the engineering challenge in 2013 to […]

Commencement speaker reminds graduate students to take note of the mile markers on the way to the milestones

Commencement speaker reminds graduate students to take note of the mile markers on the way to the milestones

In her speech at the University of Denver’s graduate Commencement on June 3, DU alumna Susana Cordova encouraged departing graduate students to celebrate not only the milestones in their lives, but also the mile markers, which she described as “the signs that tell us where we are in the journey […]

"The mental health needs of individuals in developing countries are not being met," says Mingwei Song. "International work is my passion. I care about people’s mental health through a global lens." Photo courtesy of Mingwei Song

Countdown to Commencement: Graduate student aims to pursue her passion for international work

A native of China, Mingwei (Ophelia) Song came to DU’s Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP) after earning a BA in psychology from Juniata College in Pennsylvania. She will receive an MA in international disaster psychology from GSPP at Commencement ceremonies in June.   Q: Why did you choose to come to DU? A: I […]

Countdown to Commencement: Ecology degree provides the antidote to a desk job

Countdown to Commencement: Ecology degree provides the antidote to a desk job

A fan of all things outdoors, Angus Kitchell came to DU from his hometown of Seattle. He received a BS in ecology and biodiversity through the Department of Biological Sciences, where he was a lab assistant for assistant professor Robin Tinghitella. His minors are geography and Spanish. In addition to his […]