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New Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry

May 11, 2018

Starting in Fall 2018, the CU-Denver Department of Chemistry will offer the Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry. The BS Biochemistry will replace the existing Biochemistry Emphasis program, which is currently offered as a sub-plan option within the BS Chemistry degree. The curriculum for the new program is rooted in...

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ThinqStudio offers two types of funded opportunities for 2018-2019

May 11, 2018

Faculty Explorers —correspondents sent into the field to discover and uncover new notions of teaching and learning, and report back to the campus. This is a mission of reconnaissance that offers you the chance to explore and the campus the chance to learn from your adventures. ThinqStudio will subsidize your...

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The Immigration Studies Certificate

May 11, 2018

A 12-credit program with opportunities in immigration an/or refugee-related internships. Requirements: HIST 3345: Immigration and Ethnicity in American History HIST 3349: Internship (begin the internship process by registering for an Internship Workshop in the "Events" section on Handshake - ucdenver.joinhandshake.com Two approved elective courses (see https://clas.ucdenver.edu/history/certificates for a complete list...

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Six CLAS Faculty Honored for 25 Years of Service

May 11, 2018

On April 10, Chancellor Dorothy Horrell hosted a ceremony at Oceannaire Restaurant for CU Denver faculty and staff whose service reached the quarter century landmark. The chancellor noted that the faculty members have seen many changes at CU Denver over the years, and have remained steadfastly committed to shaping the...

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Additional CLAS Graduate program ranks in US News & World Report

April 12, 2018

Last week we announced the rankings of the Department of Integrative Biology (#98) and Department of Mathematical & Statistical Sciences ranked (#117 and #83) but failed to include our Clinical Health Psychology program, which was ranked 87th nationally. Congratulations!

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Take the CU Denver Inclusivity Pledge

April 12, 2018

Sign the pledge here: https://www.cu.edu/inclusive/read-and-sign-cu-inclusivity-pledge As a member of the CU community, I sign this pledge as a personal commitment to uphold an inclusive culture throughout the four CU campuses. I will strive to foster an environment that values all backgrounds and embodies the true CU spirit. I PLEDGE: To...

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Teaching Faculty Please Complete UCDALI Survey

April 12, 2018

University of Colorado Denver Association of Lecturers and Instructors (UCDALI) members, your organizing body needs to hear from you! If you have not yet filled out the survey this semester, please take a few moments to do so. These results will help to support your efforts within our College/School, and...

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Le publishes on multicultural science education

April 12, 2018

Paul T. Le, PhD Candidate in the Department of Integrative Biology, recently published Towards a truer multicultural science education: how whiteness impacts science education in Cultural Studies of Science Education with co-author Cheryl Matias from the School of Education and Human Development.

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Catala and Herr receive GRFPs

April 12, 2018

Alexis Dennise Catala, Integrated Biology, and Vincent Craig Herr, Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, have been selected to receive a 2018 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) Fellowship .

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Boyd Recieves GES Scholarship

April 12, 2018

Geography and Environmental Sciences is proud to announce Tristan Boyd has been selected as the Rodgers Undergraduate Geography Major Research Opportunity Scholarship recipient for this spring 2018; he has been awarded $750.00.

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