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A National Science Foundation grant supports equity efforts in STEM

Three years ago, at the invitation of biology professor Anna Sher, women leaders from the University of Denver’s College of Natural Sciences...

Scholarship fund reflects legendary ski coach’s commitment to academic performance

Willy Schaeffler often was called “America’s most successful ski coach.” He coached the University of Denver Pioneer Ski Team to 13 NCAA...

On the DU campus, fall brings a host of firsts and festivities

Although I always want summer to last longer, it doesn’t always oblige. Fall came quickly for me this year. I took some...

Students resume study abroad

Study abroad, a hallmark of a University of Denver education, returned in fall 2021 after a year of pandemic shutdowns.

High praise for alumna’s new novel

The critics have bestowed bouquets of literary roses on “All’s Well” (Simon & Schuster, 2021), the most recent novel by DU alumna...

In a new collection of essays, an alumna sheds her sackcloth

After 15 years teaching in the creative writing program at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon, Annie Dawid (PhD ’89) left...

Snowboarder sets his sights on Beijing 2022

Snowboard racer Kristian Moen shreds stereotypes. He won a silver medal at the 2015 Para Snowboard World...

Enhanced precautions ensured the health and safety of students

With the return to campus in September, the University of Denver wasn’t taking any chances with the health and safety of its...

New advertising campaign showcases DU’s DNA

The University of Denver’s essence and personality are what sets it apart. And now a fresh campaign is shining the spotlight on...

Sayonara Samara! And thanks for your service

“Samara, who is that?” Philip Tedeschi asks his 8-year-old companion and coworker. Her whole body wagging, the smiling black...

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DU installs its 19th chancellor

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Determination, Grace and Optimism

DU installs its 19th chancellor

The Reality of History

Through her art, alumna Gloria Emerson confronts a painful past

Elevating the DU Experience

“The mountains are calling,” the late conservationist John Muir once wrote. “And I must go.”  For University of Denver...

A Passionate Advocate for Outdoor Education

Jim Kennedy arrived in Colorado with a high school diploma and a penchant for adventure. His hometown of Honolulu had beaches and...

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