Hildebrand travels to Denmark

Sept. 21, 2017

In September, continuing his collaboration with Aalborg University, Philosophy Professor and Chair David Hildebrand traveled to Copenhagen and Aalborg, Denmark, where he presented two papers and guest lectured. The first paper, "Pragmatist Aesthetics and the Experience of Technology" concerns the impact of mobile technology on human conversation and experience. It...

Hodgkins publishes in Journal of Archaeological Science

Sept. 21, 2017

Anthropology Assistant Professor Jamie Hodgkins' research on taphonomic processes on bone has recently been published in the Journal of Archaeological Science . Her research in middle and upper Paleolithic archaeology in Italy recently received funding from Wenner-Gren.

Roane receives NSF funding for INCLUDES project

Sept. 21, 2017

Associate Professor Timberly Roane has received funding from the National Science Foundation for the project Building a Network for Education and Employment in Environmental Stewardship of Indigenous Lands . This project will foster recruitment, training, and employment for indigenous STEM students, where the term "indigenous" comprises the terms Native American,...

You could be the next Commencement Marshal

Sept. 7, 2017

CU Denver is searching for a new Commencement Marshal. Anyone who is interested in serving can reach out to Kelly Mason at 303-315-0403 or kelly.a.mason@ucdenver.edu by September 29 th . Potential candidates will be interviewed in October – and the new marshal will shadow Charlie Ferguson (esteemed outgoing Marshal) in...

Integrative Biology proud to announce travel award winners

Sept. 7, 2017

Andrew Boddicker , M.S. Graduate student advised by Annika Mosier, received a travel award from the Department of Integrative Biology to attend the American Society for Microbiology's international meeting, Microbe, in New Orleans, LA. He presented a poster at the meeting on his research involving the cultivation and whole-genome sequencing...

Jose shortlisted for the Bernard Brodie Prize

Sept. 7, 2017

Political Science Assistant Professor Betcy Jose recently published her latest article - titled, " Not completely the new normal: How Human Rights Watch tried to suppress the targeted killing norm ," in Contemporary Security Policy's special August issue on Targeted Killing and International Order. In it, Jose examines the shifting...

Joseph publishes on picaresque war novels

Sept. 7, 2017

Philip Joseph, Associate Professor of English, published an article entitled "The Picaro at War: Vernacular War and Violent Conflict in Grimmelshausen and Saro-Wiwa" in the journal of the Modern Language Association, PMLA 131.5: 1284-1298 . The article compares a 17th-century German novel ( Simplicissimus ) with a late 20th-century Nigerian...

Vidali receives Kenneth Bruffee Award

Sept. 7, 2017

Associate Professor of English Amy Vidali was awarded the Kenneth Bruffee Award , an annual award for the best scholarship on writing programs. The article, "Disabling Writing Program Administration," traces how disability figures in the prolific narratives of those who run writing programs. Vidali identifies how anxiety and depression often...

Otanez un-conferencing and producing resources for classrooms

Aug. 24, 2017

In July 2017, Marty Otanez, Associate Professor in Anthropology, participated in a working group on ethics at Untold- An Un-Conference about Digital Storytelling at University of East London, England. Otanez, with funds from CU Online, also produced the video series Hopped Up Anthropology . Themes of the videos cover sexting...

Writing Renewal Retreat Application Deadline – September 8, 2017

Aug. 24, 2017

The Center for Faculty Development has an exciting new opportunity for faculty, with a fast approaching deadline. CFD is offering a three-day retreat giving faculty an opportunity to get out of town, reconnect with a writing project, and have the space and time to focus on their scholarly agendas. Participants...

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