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Jamie Hodgkins' Review of Homo Naledi Research Featured on YouTube and Science Vs. Podcast

Jamie Hodgkins, Associate Professor of Anthropology, has been interviewed by another archaeologist about her review... Read more
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Flying Insects Dying at Faster Rates, According to Michael Moore

Michael Moore, Assistant Professor of Integrative Biology, led a study analyzing data on 800 species... Read more
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Peter Kopp on Fabián García, the Father of the New Mexico Chile

Peter Kopp, Associate Professor in History, commented on the impact of Fabián García, a Mexican-American... Read more
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Alan Sumler Weighs in on Whether the Ancient Romans Consumed Cannibis

Alan Sumler, lecturer in Modern Languages, weighs in on whether the Ancient Romans consumed cannibis... Read more
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James Walsh Says Unions Are Seeing a Surge in Power

James Walsh, Clinical Teaching Track Assistant Professor in Political Science, says unions are seeing a... Read more
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John Tinnell's Book Featured in The New Yorker and The New York Review of Books

On Sept. 6, The New Yorker named John Tinnell's recently published book, The Philosopher of... Read more
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Message from the Office of International Affairs about Study Abroad Programs

Oct. 2, 2023

When you encourage a student to apply to a CU Denver study abroad program, you’re making a significant impact on expanding their academic and future global career horizons. Returning students report their study abroad experiences as being “life-changing” in improving their critical thinking and organizational skills, deepening their understanding of...

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New FAST Lab Coordinator, Fatema Hussaini

Sept. 29, 2023

Fatema Hussaini, the new coordinator for the Facility for Advanced Spatial Technology (FAST) Lab, has ambitious plans for the improvement of outreach and the adoption of spatial technology among students and faculty. The lab’s new goal under her guidance is to support student learning and skill development in geospatial analysis,...

Take Advantage of CU Denver’s Subscription to The National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD)’s Web-based Programs

Sept. 29, 2023

Take advantage of CU Denver’s subscription to The National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD)’s web-based programs, faculty tools, and services. The NCFDD is an independent professional development center that helps faculty with writing productivity, work-life balance, fostering support networks, and supports mechanisms for faculty at various stages of...

Gabriella Mayne Publishes Paper in Obstretrics & Gynecology

Sept. 28, 2023

Gabriella Mayne, PhD student in the Department of Health & Behavioral Sciences, published a paper in Obstretrics & Gynecology , entitled “Why Causation Matters: Rethinking ‘Race’ as a Risk Factor.” This paper forms the impetus for what she and her co-author will present next month at the American Society for...

James Walsh's Research on Irish Immigration in Leadville Celebrated at Two Events

Sept. 21, 2023

James Walsh, Clinical Teaching Track Assistant Professor in Political Science, has done significant research on Irish immigrants in Leadville, which was celebrated in two events. The first event, which took place on Friday, September 15 at the Healy House in Leadville, was the opening of a new museum exhibit on...