Allen on Traditional Geography

May 12, 2017

In the latest American Association of Geographers newsletter, Associate Professor of GES Casey Allen poetically argues the case for allowing more breadth in geographical study and specialization, with phrases like: But the road is long, the path arduous, and plagued with bandits who seem bent on robbing our wonderful...

Hildebrand headed to Scandinavia

May 12, 2017

In May and June, David Hildebrand , Associate Professor and Chair of Philosophy, heads to Scandinavia to present a workshop paper entitled “Educating for Pluralistic Conflicts." The paper offers a pragmatic, philosophical toolkit for addressing the challenges posed to democracies by individual and cultural pluralism. The workshop is entitled "Pluralism"...

Hill and students launch North/East Denver Change

May 12, 2017

A team led by Humanities and Social Sciences Instructor Jordan Hill has launched North/East Denver Change , a website dedicated to nonpartisan information about developments and the neighborhoods being affected. An interdisciplinary group of graduate students taking the “Critical Public Humanities” course launched the organization they have been creating...

English Department Announces Richard T. Dillon Scholarship Winner

April 27, 2017

The recipient of the Richard T. Dillon Award for 2017-2018 is Jesse Anderson . A non-traditional student returning to full time studies as an English Writing Major, he holds a 4.0 GPA. Anderson is a married father of two, and struggling to provide for his family (after losing his job...

Allen presents in Jordan

April 27, 2017

Associate Professor of Geography and Environmental Sciences Casey Allen was invited to speak at The First International Conference on Applications of Geomatics Engineering in Natural and Cultural Heritage Conservation and Management at Al-al’Bayt University in Mafraq, Jordan. Allen and his two colleagues were the only non-Jordanians invited to speak at...

Burciaga awarded grant

April 27, 2017

Assistant Professor of Sociology Edelina Burciaga (along with faculty colleagues from Brown University, California State University-Dominguez Hills and Harvard University) has been awarded a grant from the American Sociological Association’s Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline. The award is “intended to provide opportunities for substantive and methodological breakthroughs,...

Dodge career mentoring students in China

April 27, 2017

Patrick Dodge recently organized an event geared toward current ICB students and alums in Beijing with Weber Shandwick, an award-winning global public relations. This event was the first in a two-part series designed to give students career mentoring.

Harding delivers invited lecture

April 27, 2017

Rachel Elizabeth Harding , Associate Professor in the Department of Ethnic Studies, recently delivered an invited lecture at Pitzer College in Claremont, California on "Mystic Spirituality in Black Women's Social Justice Activism - Brazil/USA."

Communication Days Awards and Keynote

April 27, 2017

At the Department of Communication’s seventeenth annual Communication Days celebration, the Department welcomed more than 15 outside experts and guest speakers to classes, ranging from the Nation’s sports editor Dave Zirin to singer-songwriter Josh Fuson and the LGBTQ Resource Center’s Xajés Martinez, and honored outstanding achievements. 2017 Department of Communication...

Jacobson Organized Workshop to Improve Future Math Academics

April 13, 2017

Earlier this month, Michael S. Jacobson , Professor and Interim Chair of Mathematical and Statistical Science, co-organized and co-led a national workshop on “The Professional Preparation for Future Faculty in the Mathematical Sciences” in Arlington Virginia at the National Science Foundation. The workshop attracted participants from across the United...

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