Phiel honored with special publication

April 11, 2019

Associate Professor of Integrative Biology Christopher Phiel (and collogues) paper " Glycogen synthase kinase-3 (GSK-3) regulates mRNA methylation in mouse embryonic stem cells ," has been awarded the honor of being featured in a special virtual issue of the Journal of Biological Chemistry (one of the top scientific journals in...

Whitesides publishing and blogging

April 9, 2019

CT Clinical Assistant Professor of History Greg Whitesides recently published his latest book Science and American Foreign Relations since World War II ( Cambridge Studies in US Foreign Relations). From atomic energy and satellites to the green revolution, his book covers scientific advances central to American diplomacy in the early...

Finkelstein presenting in Italy

April 9, 2019

Gabriel Finkelstein, Associate Professor of History, has been invited to a history of science conference on "Mechanism, Life and Mind in the ‘Modern’ Era" at the Università Roma Tre, in Rome, Italy, this April. His talk will be on " The Intellectual Origins of the Ignorabimus ."

Cronin presenting in Haiti

April 9, 2019

Integrative Biology Associate Professor Greg Cronin (with Miguel Sague, is a Taino spiritual Leader and author) is co-organizing a special session at the International Interdisciplinary Conference on the Environment (IICE) to be held June 11-14 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The session “ Decolonization: Healing the Spirit, Mind, and Land...

Otañez and Walsh present on day labor issues

April 9, 2019

Marty Otañez, Associate Professor of Anthropology (withcollaborator Carlos Jimenez) conducted a public screening of digital stories created by day laborers and domestic workers . The event was part of the research project “Self-Documenting the Everyday Lives of Day Laborers in Denver” with funds from the University of Denver Latino Center...

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In their own words – how GES Students are using data to help wild places via the NPS

March 28, 2019

Geography and Environmental Sciences graduate students Morgan Cameron (left), Caroline Hildebrand, and David Smith. Whenever we are asked what we do for work, we usually have to explain that the National Park Service is much more than park rangers, and that Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is much more than a...

Call for Artists

March 26, 2019

The Ethnic Studies Department in collaboration with The Center for Identity & Inclusion are seeking artists with a mixed identity who would be willing to participate in an interactive art project on sharing their experiences with their mixed identity. If you are interested in contributing to the art project, please...

CPE introducing a new Master Class Series on Wines

March 26, 2019

The Only Thing You Need to Know About Wine is What You Like - Are you confused between the difference between Prosecco and Champagne, Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio, or Garnacha and Cannonau? Think you don’t like Sherry or Port? Think again. In this course, you will be guided through...

Campus Kitchens is coming to Auraria – looking for ideas, participation, and support

March 11, 2019

Campus Kitchens is a national non-profit that has student-led chapters at 67 campuses across the country, with more on the way. The program rescues would-be wasted food and transforms it into free healthy meals. The Auraria Campus kitchen idea is kicking off with $4,000 from a student-led participatory budgeting process...

I-25 planning survey looking for input

March 11, 2019

CU Denver faculty representatives on a campus-wide committee called FACAB (Faculty Advisory Committee to the Auraria Board) are coordinating on the I-25 Central Planning and Environmental Linkages study, looking at improving I-25 from Santa Fe in the south to 20th Street in the north. Having already surveyed engaged communities near...

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