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Christmas Cinema Discussion from Andrew Scahill

Assistant Professor of English Andrew Scahill was interviewed last month by LE FIGARO, the largest... Read more
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Adam M. Lippert on Recession-Proofing Personal Finances

To identify where unemployment claims are decreasing the most, even amid costly inflation, this article... Read more
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­Five Fridges Farm and Amanda Weaver Featured

Regenerative agriculture is not just a topic in rural Colorado. It’s also the central focus... Read more
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Diana Tomback on Genetic Resistance to Whitebark Rust as Hope for a Threatened Future

Commenting on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s designation of whitebark pine as threatened with... Read more
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Mobile Home Park Expert Esther Sullivan Weighs in on All Too Common Florida Situation

Caribbean Isles represented an affordable retirement dream. Residents thought it would stay that way after... Read more
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College in Prison Changes Lives, It Did for Ben Boyce

“College programs in prison provide students with the tools to change them from incarcerated people... Read more
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Sign-up Now to Volunteer for the 2023 CoorsTek Denver Metro Regional Science & Engineering Fair

Feb. 2, 2023

The DMRSEF is an annual research completion for 6th-12th grade students hosted by CU Denver. This year's fair will be held in-person on Friday, February 24th (9a-5p) at the CU Denver Health & Wellness Center and we need YOU to help make the day a success! DMRSEF Judges volunteer their...

Tyson and Shelby Looking for Assistance at APA Annual Conference

Feb. 2, 2023

The American Philosophy Association (APA) Central Meeting is coming to Denver on March 23-25, 2023. Denver Philosophy Department Chair Sarah Tyson and Professor Candice Shelby will be participating and inviting students to come to take part in their symposiums by listening to their moderated discussions or others discussing a variety...

Copper Nickel Now a Top Ten Ranked Literary Journal

Feb. 2, 2023

There are about 700 regularly publishing literary journals in America—and each year a writer and blogger named Clifford Garstang ranks them based on how often work from their pages is reprinted in the prestigious annual Pushcart Prize Anthology. Since the Copper Nickel was relaunched it has been climbing Garstang's rankings,...

CLAS Faculty Proud Recipients of Recent NEH Grants

Feb. 2, 2023

Assistant Professor of History Rachel Gross, Clinical Associate Professor of History Cameron Blevins and Associate Professor of English Michelle Comstock all recently won a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant to pursue a digital walking tour and curriculum project related to Auraria's history. Recovering Auraria’s Past: Building a Digital...

Alum Alejandro Lucero Publishes Poetry Chapbook

Jan. 19, 2023

Alejandro Lucero, who just graduated in December with a degree in English–Creative Writing, has had his poetry chapbook, Sapello Son , accepted for publication by Bull City Press , a nationally renowned poetry press out of Durham, North Carolina. A "chapbook" is a poetry collection roughly one third to one...