Carrington presents at the COWY ACADA Conference

May 9, 2019

Jaimie Carrington, Biology Success Advisor, presented at the Colorado and Wyoming Academic Advising Association 2019 Drive-In conference in Cheyenne, WY on March 29th. Carrington led “Getting to the Why: Defining Purpose to Provide Motivation”, a professional development workshop introducing motivational models.

Sullivan named TIAA Chancellor’s Engaged Scholar

May 7, 2019

Esther Sullivan, Assistant Professor of Sociology, was one of seven faculty named by Chancellor Horrell to be the 2019 TIAA Chancellor’s Engaged Scholars.

Lippert wins Graduate School Mentoring Award

May 7, 2019

Adam Lippert, Assistant Professor of Sociology, was one of two CU Denver faculty to be awarded the 2019 Dean’s Master’s Student Mentoring Award from the Graduate School.

Hartnett presents at American Council of Learned Societies

May 7, 2019

Serving as the National Communication Association’s elected delegate, Stephen J. Hartnett, Professor of Communication, attended the annual meeting of the American Council of Learned Societies, in New York City, over April 25-27. Hartnett serves on the ACLS’s Executive Committee of Delegates and, partnering with the NCA’s Executive Director, Trevor Parry-Giles,...

Briles and colleagues publish research funded by CLAS

May 7, 2019

Christy Briles, Assistant Professor of Geography and Environmental Sciences, recently published a paleoenvironmental reconstruction from northern Vietnam, Late Holocene Anthropogenic and Climatic Impact on a Tropical Island Ecosystem of Northern Vietnam , in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution . The research was made possible through CLAS ORS, CRISP, and UROP...

Mark Your Calendar: 15th annual Undergraduate Experiences Symposium October 4, 2019

May 7, 2019

This year’s theme: Academic Well-Being & Educating the Whole Student. There is a significant body of national research around building a campus culture of wellness, a “well-being university,” as George Mason University calls their ongoing institution-wide effort. 1 Well-being is complex and multifaceted, of course, including but not limited to...

Congratulations to the CLAS Student RaCAS Winners

May 7, 2019

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences had an exceptional showing at the 22 nd annual Research and Creative Activities Symposium on Friday, April 26 th . The award-winning CLAS students were: Social Sciences 1st place: Lxandra Schlessman, Co-Authors: Jamie Nguyen, Caesare Tamag, Mentor: Vivian Shyu “An LGBTQ+ inclusive campus is...

CLAS Annual Outstanding Excellence Awards

May 7, 2019

Presented by Dean Jansma on May 3 rd , congratulations to all this year’s winners! Outstanding Bachelor of Arts Nathan Novotny, BA English and BS Integrative Biology Fall 2018 Monica Peniche, BA Psychology Spring 2019 Outstanding Bachelor of Science Owen M.C. Berg, BS Integrative Biology and Psychology Fall 2018 Alex...

Warrener on science stand-up

April 23, 2019

Earlier this month, Anna G. Warrener, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, did "Standup Science" with Shane Mauss at The Black Buzzard at Oscar Blues. A collaboration between comedy and science, “Standup Science” kicks off with some of the host’s best material on brainy topics, before bringing on two local scientists to...

Matthew Davis winner of Geography and Environmental Sciences’ William M. Rodgers Scholarship

April 23, 2019

Geography and Environmental Sciences is very proud to announce the Spring 2019 winner of the William M. Rodgers Undergraduate Geography Major Scholarship; Matthew Davis will receive $1,000 in award monies. Congratulations Matt!

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