Laird on Self-Made Success Myth

Feb. 2, 2017

In December, Pam Laird, History, published " How business historians can save the world—from the fallacy of self-made success " as the lead article in a special issue on narratives in the British journal Business History . She tracks the history of the self-making concept from its original sense of...

Wunder Lab Exceling

Feb. 2, 2017

Michael Wunder, Associate Professor of Integrated Biology, is proud to announce the accomplishments of students in his lab: Colin Woolley , MS graduate from Wunder lab was recently hired as an ornithologist with Point Blue , a conservation science non-profit based in California. Ryan Parker , MS student in the...

Hodgkins on Migration of Human Ancestors

Feb. 2, 2017

Jamie Hodgkins, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, recently published research reviewing fossil human ancestors currently known from Bulgaria and discussing how to frame hypothesis for the migration of human ancestors into and out of Europe. In the latest issue of Vertebrate Paleobiology and Paleoanthropology , Hodgkins and colleagues emphasize that Bulgaria...

Allen Top Fulbright Scholar

Jan. 19, 2017

Casey Allen , Geography and Environmental Sciences Associate Professor, had a Top 10 Fulbright Scholar Blog Post of 2016 . Speaking about his experience in Jordan, he said: "In the end, when I consider all that we did, saw, and accomplished in a short six-months, the thing that speaks to...

Beekman Headed to Yale Working Group

Jan. 19, 2017

Chris Beekman will be part of a small working group next month with the Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage at Yale University discussing collectors, museums, dealers, and antiquities trafficking. He will also be spending time at Dumbarton Oaks, where he did his sabbatical, working on the organization of...

Tracer Now American Journal of Human Biology Associate Editor

Jan. 19, 2017

Returning from sabbatical, David Tracer recently became the Associate Editor of the top-tier American Journal of Human Biology . He says he has already learned just how many people must be contacted before he has enough reviewers for an article submission.

Spring 2017 Office of Equity Trainings Now Scheduling

Jan. 19, 2017

Now is a great time to get an Office of Equity (formerly Title IX) training scheduled for your department, student staff, and/or classes. Those who attended training last semester to learn about the recently updated policies, pressing issues on our campus, and what the obligation to report as a "Responsible...

Please Alert Students: 2017-18 UROP Full and Mini Grants Deadline March 3, 2017

Jan. 19, 2017

The Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) is a competitive grants program designed to financially support faculty-mentored research, creative, and other scholarly activities undertaken by undergraduates at CU Denver and CU AMC. As such, UROP provides an opportunity for students to extend learning beyond the traditional classroom, laboratory, and studio. New...

Physics SPS Named Outstanding Chapter

Jan. 19, 2017

The CU Denver Society of Physics Students (SPS) chapter has been named a 20I5-16 SPS Outstanding Chapter. This highest level of distinction is given to less than 10% of SPS chapters, 61 of 781 chapters around the world this year. Congratulations to the SPS Students and Kristopher Bunker , Sponsor...

Academic Policies and Dates for Spring 2017 Syllabi Now on CLAS Mainpage

Dec. 15, 2016

The CLAS Academic Policies and Deadlines Insert for Spring 2017 Syllabi is now available at . Questions about the document can be directed to .