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Perspective on the State of Parental Choice and COVID Vaccination from Jennifer Reich

“As we watch coronavirus vaccination become widely available to young children in the coming days,... Read more
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Daniel Rees Analysis On Impacts of Marijuana Legalization Cited

Earlier this year, Economics Professor Daniel Rees, with a colleague from Montana State University, performed... Read more
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Reminders of Who is Most Impacted by Climate Change from Catalina de Onís

“People on the front lines of climate chaos have long documented that Black, Indigenous, and... Read more
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Mindfulness Research from Alexander Presciutti Finds it Helps After Cardiac Arrest

Alexander Presciutti, PhD student in Clinical Health Psychology, said, “Although survival rates have improved, the... Read more
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Sarah Horton Speaking Out for the Undocumented and Promoting Unheard Voices

Sarah B. Horton, Associate Professor of Anthropology, has been conducting interviews with undocumented Latinx workers... Read more
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Marisa Westbrook Witnessed How Pandemic Aid Impacted Denver’s Poor

Marisa Westbrook, a Health and Behavioral Sciences Doctoral Candidate, observed that during a two-year study... Read more
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GES Announces William M. Rodgers Undergraduate Geography Major Scholarship Winners

Nov. 25, 2021

Geography and Environmental Sciences is very proud to announce the winners of the 2021 William M. Rodgers Undergraduate Geography Major Scholarships. $1,000 Scholarship Award Winners Ismaiel Elsayed Elizabeth Kuhn Valley Lopez $500 Scholarship Award Winners Jenna Griboski Allyson Olson Rayah Woodcock

Three Questions for Philosophy Guest Speaker Robert Talisse

Nov. 25, 2021

Robert Talisse, a Vanderbilt University philosophy professor who specializes in democracy, spoke at the University of Colorado Denver recently about his most recent book, “Sustaining Democracy: What We Owe to the Other Side.” It’s a follow up to his 2019 book, “Overdoing Democracy: Why We Must Put Politics in its...

Marino Resendiz Receives Prestigious Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award

Nov. 25, 2021

Associate Professor of Chemistry, Marino Resendiz, recently received a Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award for 2021. These awards, from the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation, support the research and teaching careers of talented young faculty in the chemical sciences at undergraduate institutions. Based on institutional nominations, the program provides discretionary funding...

3MT Award for Adelle Price

Nov. 25, 2021

The Department of Mathematical and Statistical Science is pleased to announce that Statistics MS student Adelle Price won the campus' 3-minute talk (3MT) competition that took place earlier this month. Price presented a talk titled, “Bridging the Diversity Gap in Human Genetic Studies,” which is mentored by Audrey Hendricks as...

Hamilton Bean Receives Book Award and Publishes on International Mobile Alert Harmonization

Nov. 25, 2021

Hamilton Bean, Associate Professor of Communication, recently received the Sue DeWine Distinguished Scholarly Book Award for Mobile Technology and the Transformation of Public Alert and Warning (Praeger Security International) from the Applied Communication Division of the National Communication Association, an award which will be conferred later this month at the...