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Fall 2017 UROP Mini Grants Deadline – September 22, 2017

Aug. 24, 2017

The Fall 2017 Mini Grant Program represents a second round of CU Denver Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) grants being administered by the Office of Undergraduate Experiences. UROP is a competitive program designed to financially support mentored undergraduate research, most broadly understood as including all creative and other scholarly activities...

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Career Center Now Offering In-Class Sessions

Aug. 24, 2017

The Career Center is now offering faculty the opportunity to invite them to give in-class presentations this fall semester. Presentations can be as short as 15 minutes or as long as 75 minutes depending on your needs. If you need to miss a class session don’t cancel, let the Career...

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Opportunity to have input on the CLAS IT Security Policies

Aug. 24, 2017

Since March 2016, the CLAS IT Committee and IT Advisory Group has been developing policy surrounding IT Technology and Business Continuity as a result of the IT audit findings in 2016. Part of the process is for the CLAS IT Committee to approve and finalize Security and Business Continuity Policies...

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Communication faculty collaborated on new book

Aug. 24, 2017

The Department of Communication’s Professor Stephen Hartnett, Associate Professor and Chair Lisa Keranen, and (past ICB Instructor) Donovan Conley published their edited scholarly book Imagining China: Rhetorics of Nationalism in an Age of Globalization (2017, Michigan State University Press). Imagining China explores how U.S. and Chinese officials, scholars, and activists...

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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...

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Cummings Swims Cape Cod Bay

Aug. 18, 2017

On August 7, at 3:00am, Eliza Cummings , regular presenter and panelist in Political Science First-Year Honors and Leadership courses, became the eighth swimmer since 1968 to complete the 20-mile Plymouth to Provincetown open-water marathon swim across Cape Cod Bay. She finished in 9 hours and 37 minutes, beating the 2014 record of 9:43.

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Donnelly’s New Book on Virgin Mary and Mary Magdalene

Aug. 18, 2017

Colleen Donnelly , Associate Professor of English, in June published the book The Marys of Medieval Drama: The Middle English Digby and N-Town in Translation (Sidetone Press).This volume contains modern translations of plays performed during the late Middle Ages in England about the lives of the Virgin Mary and Mary...

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Langou Receives New NSF Grant

Aug. 18, 2017

Mathematical and Statistical Sciences Professor Julien Langou has been awarded a $300,000, two-year award, starting August 1, by the National Science Foundation for the project entitled, "SHF: EAGER: Developing General Techniques for Tightening Bounds of the Data-Movement Complexity of Large Scale Parallel Applications."

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Physics Student Club Continues to be Recognized

Aug. 18, 2017

The CU Denver Society of Physics Students (SPS) Chapter has won the Blake Lilly Prize for their outreach work with the Boys and Girls Club of America . Recognizing SPS chapters and individuals who make a genuine effort to positively influence the attitudes of school children and the general public...

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Berry’s New Book on the Modern Veto

Aug. 18, 2017

In The Modern Legislative Veto , published in July by the University of Michigan Press, Michael J. Berry , Associate Professor of Political Science, uses a multimethod research design, incorporating quantitative and qualitative analyses, to examine the ways that Congress has used the legislative veto over the past 80 years...

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