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...

New Digital Studies Certificate launching

March 11, 2019

A graduate or undergraduate Digital Studies Certificate from CU Denver provides students with the opportunity to explore the relationships between new communication technologies and society as well as to develop skills creating digital media messages and products. It also helps recipients demonstrate their digital media production and analysis skills to...

Buma publishes on forest carbon map

March 11, 2019

Assistant Professor of Integrated Biology Brian Buma and Thomas Thompson (of the US Forest Service) recently published the first spatially explicit map of carbon in one of the densest forests in the world - the coastal rainforests of Alaska ( Long-term exposure to more frequent disturbances increases baseline carbon in...

Barker publishes third book of poetry

March 11, 2019

Brian Barker, Associate Professor of English and Poetry Editor for Copper Nickel published his third book of poems, Vanishing Acts (Southern Illinois University Press). In Vanishing Acts , Brian Barker cements his reputation as one of contemporary poetry’s great surrealists. These prose poems read like dreams and nightmares, fables and...

Survey on LGBTQ experience on campus

Feb. 25, 2019

Students, staff members, and faculty members are asked to please consider participating in an in­depth interview about the stressors facing LGBTQ individuals on campus. If you are interested in signing up or have questions about this project contact the investigators for this research: Dr. Robert Allan ( robert.allan@ucdenver.edu ), Dr...

New installation required for VPN users

Feb. 12, 2019

If you use the university’s VPN (Virtual Private Network), you will need to install CU Secure for VPN before the end of March. This new multi-factor identification process will allow you to continue using VPN and offer you increased cybersecurity. For more information contact Sharon S. Grant | Organizational Change...

Discounted Registration for "Science in the City" Camps for CU Affiliated Faculty and Staff

Feb. 12, 2019

Send your kids to camp on the Auraria campus this summer! Details and agendas for camps are at the links below, and CU Affiliated faculty/staff OR any families who sign up more than one student receive a 20% discount (use code CUsummer20). Deadline to enroll is May 15, 2019. For...

Warrener on running podcast

Feb. 12, 2019

Anna G. Warrener, Assistant Professor of Anthropology recently appeared on an episode of the new Running for Science podcast, episode 3.

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