Joshua French receives new NSF funding

July 23, 2019

Joshua French, Associate Professor of Mathematical and Statistical Science, was recently awarded a National Science Foundation research award of $80,000 over a three-year timeframe (August 1, 2019 to July 31, 2022). The title of the proposal is ``Collaborative Research: Spectral Functional Principal Components on Abelian Groups with Applications to Spatial...

Hamilton Bean publishes new handbook on communication and security

July 23, 2019

Hamilton Bean, Communication Department Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, and Director of the International Studies Program, recently co-edited the ICA/Routledge Handbook of Communication and Security , with Bryan C. Taylor (Department of Communication, CU Boulder). The volume provides a comprehensive collection and synthesis of communication scholarship that engages...

English department sponsoring new podcast

July 23, 2019

CultureKlatsch , a production of the English Department at the University of Colorado Denver, will launch in September and extend conversations about contemporary culture on campus and beyond by sharing nuanced, perceptive commentary on the content that matters most. Creator Nathalia Velez Ryan is an alum writer, editor, and podcast...

Ethnic Studies Cultural Diversity in the Workplace seminar in September - CU Denver employees can pay by speedtype

July 23, 2019

Cultural Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace Organizations that commit to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace increase performance, productivity, and employee/customer satisfaction. Inclusive work environments promote cultural understanding and open up opportunities for collaboration in our increasingly globally-focused world. This series of workshops offers leaders, managers, and staff the...

Kyle Turchick spotlighted for work in Buma Lab

June 18, 2019

Meet Kyle Turchick . Kyle is a Master’s student in the Buma Lab studying disturbance ecology on Baranof Island in Southeast Alaska.

Diana Tomback speaks at Southern Ute Museum Photo Unveiling

June 18, 2019

Ignacio, Colorado was host to the Southern Ute Bear Dance and Pow Wow over the Memorial Day weekend as well as a photo unveiling and wolf event at the Southern Ute Museum. Professor Diana Tomback of Integrative Biology delivered remarks at the Museum on behalf of Jim and Jamie Dutcher,...

Recommended NSF Award for Florian Pfender

June 18, 2019

Associate of Mathimatical and Statistical Sciences Florian Pfender’s joint proposal with Iowa State University (PI Bernard Lidický) “Collaborative Research: Flag Algebra Methods” (submitted in September 2018) in the combinatorics program has been finalized and recommended for an award.

Christina Ebben awarded Fulbright

June 18, 2019

Mathematical and Statistical Sciences student Christina Ebben has been selected for a Fulbright award to Brazil. This nine-month grant, to begin in February 2020, will involve an independent research project at the University of Campinas IMECC (Institute of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science) in the state of São Paulo, Brazil,...

Brian Buma publishes on resilience in fire-prone landscapes

June 18, 2019

The recent paper Integrating Subjective and Objective Dimensions of Resilience in Fire-Prone Landscapes ( BioScience , Volume 69, Issue 5, May 2019, Pages 379–388), combines the expertise of land managers, fire scientists, and sociologists evaluating the best way to manage and think about resilience in an increasingly flammable world.

Lauren Hall received the ASA Maurice Davies PhD Student Award

June 18, 2019

Recent Mathematical and Statistical Sciences graduate Lauren Hall was awarded the Maurice Davies Award, presented by the Colorado Wyoming Chapter of the American Statistical Association. Maurice Davies was one of the founding members of the Colorado-Wyoming Chapter. In his honor, each year the chapter recognizes one student who has demonstrated...

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