Gabriel Zamosc Essay on Nahua Philosophy Receives Honorable Mention

June 16, 2022

Associate Professor of Philosophy Gabriel Zamosc recently published a piece on Nahua philosophy in the American Philosophy Association (APA) Hispanic Newsletter . His essay is a 2021 APA Essay Prize Honorable Mention titled, “Reconsidering the Epistemological Problematic of Nahua Philosophy.”

Alum Channing Tate Expanding Her Community-building Research on Hospice Care

June 16, 2022

Health and Behavioral Sciences Alum Channing Tate recently spoke with 144 older Black adults while conducting research for her doctoral dissertation about hospice care – what they knew about it, whether they’d consider it, what their experiences with hospice had been. She is undertaking this work as part of her...

Timberley Roane Publishing on Applying Indigenous Methodologies

June 16, 2022

Associate Professor of Integrative Biology Timberley Roane and her colleagues recently published, “ Application of the Indigenous evaluation framework to a university certificate program for building cultural awareness in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics .” This paper presents a case example of the Indigenous Evaluation Framework as applied to a...

Florian Pfender Receives NSF Focused Research Groups in the Mathematical Sciences Award

June 16, 2022

Congrats to Mathematical and Statistical Sciences Professor Florian Pfender for receiving an NSF Focused Research Groups in the Mathematical Sciences award. The title of the award is " Generalized Turan Problems ." This is a collaboration with University of Illinois and Iowa State University. The CU Denver award is $370,085.

Christopher S. Beekman Publishes on Pacific Maritime Networks

June 16, 2022

Christopher S. Beekman, Professor in the Department of Anthropology, recently published an edited volume titled, Waves of Influence: Pacific Maritime Networks Connecting Mexico, Central America, and Northwestern South America ( Dumbarton Oaks ). The Pacific Coast of the Americas linked Pre-Columbian complex societies from Mexico to Peru, facilitating exploration, communication,...

Philosophy and Ethnic Studies Collaborators Invite the CU Denver Community to inVISIBLE | hyperVISIBLE

June 16, 2022

Philosophy’s Boram Jeong, along with Ethnic Studies' Boyung Lee, Sammy Lee, and Chad Shomura recently revived the exhibiton inVISIBLE | hyperVISIBLE at the Dairy Arts Center (running now to July 16th). The theme inVISIBLE | hyperVISIBLE captures the struggles of Asians and Asian Americans to survive and thrive in the...

Mathematical and Statistical Sciences Department Represented at 2022 COMAP Mathematical Contest in Modeling

June 16, 2022

The Consortium for Mathematics and its Applications (COMAP) is pleased to announce the results of the 38th annual Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM). Honorable Mention (top 30%) went to CU Denver’s ICB-CAU Xu Yilei, Xu Tianyang, and Xu Luru for “ Problem C: Trading Strategies .” This problem had over...

Team Using CU Next Award to Promote Data Advocacy for All

June 16, 2022

An interdisciplinary team from CU Denver and CU Boulder has won a CU Next Award for their project, Data Advocacy for All: An Open Access Digital Repository for Innovative Data-Driven Curricula . The CU Next Award is an initiative to support faculty pedagogical innovation across CU campuses. At CU Denver,...

Leaky Foundation Podcast Features Charles Musiba

May 11, 2022

Charles M. Musiba, Associate Professor of Anthropology, is featured on Episode 59 of the Leakey Foundation podcast, Origin Stories . In this episode, he talks about research published in Nature at the beginning of the year.

Sarah Field Awarded Prestigious National Academy of Kinesiology Fellowship

May 11, 2022

Communication Professor Sarah Fields was recently selected as a Fellow in the National Academy of Kinesiology (USA). Election into the Academy is a sign of the high esteem and respect your peers hold for your scholarship and leadership in the field. Congratulations on achieving one of the highest honors our...

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