David Hildebrand presents in Japan

Nov. 20, 2019

In November, David Hildebrand, Professor and Department Chair, presented "Students, Teachers, and Devices: Experience-based Education in an Age of Technological Distraction" at the 11th International Asian Conference on Education, “Independence & Interdependence” in Tokyo, Japan.

Mia Fischer publishes new book

Nov. 20, 2019

Communication Assistant Professor Mia Fischer recently published Terrorizing Gender: Transgender Visibility and the Surveillance Practices of the U.S. Security State . The increased visibility of transgender people in mainstream media, exemplified by Time magazine’s declaration that 2014 marked a “transgender tipping point,” was widely believed to signal a civil rights...

Anne Chin named AAG Fellow

Nov. 20, 2019

Anne Chin, Professor of Geography and Environmental Sciences, has been named an American Association of Geographers Fellow. Fellowships will be conferred at the Annual Meeting Awards Luncheon in Denver on April 10, 2020.

Christopher Beekman presents on the looting of Pre-Columbian Mexico

Nov. 20, 2019

On November 15, Christopher Beekman presented the invited paper “Branding West Mexico: Early Collectors vs. Art Dealers” at an international symposium organized by and held at the Getty Research Institute titled “Collecting Mexican Art before 1940: A New World of American Antiquities.” This presentation on the patterns of collecting antiquities...

Elizabeth Allen receives MFRI award

Nov. 20, 2019

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Allen (along with students and colleagues at the University of Denver Kayla Knopp, Galena Rhoades, Scott Stanley, and Howard Markman) has been awarded the Excellence in Research on Military and Veteran Families Award from the Military Family Research Institute (MFRI) at Purdue University. The MFRI granted the...

Public Health students and HBSC faculty present at APHA

Nov. 20, 2019

Public health undergraduates, Lisette Martinez (MARC-USTAR) and Safa Mechergui (EUReCA fellow), presented their research alongside Health and Behavioral Sciences doctoral student Marisa Westbrook at the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting , in Philadelphia, on November 5. This research, a collaboration with Associate Professor and Chair Sara Yeatman and...

Judge and volunteer registration now open for the DMRSEF

Nov. 20, 2019

Each year, the CoorsTek Denver Metro Regional Science and Engineering Fair brings hundreds of middle and high school students to the Auraria campus. This year the February 28 th – March 1 event will depend on 200+ volunteers and judges to be successful. Morning, afternoon, and full-day shifts are available,...

Alum Erik Lucero publishes on quantum supremacy

Nov. 5, 2019

Erik Lucero, BS 2005 with dual degrees in Physics and Electrical Engineering, is a co-author on recently published research in Nature that demonstrates quantum supremacy with a 53-qubit computer . After graduation, Lucero studied with John Martinis at the University of California Santa Barbara, and received his Ph.D. there. He...

Christopher Beekman’s new book Migrations in Late Mesoamerica

Nov. 5, 2019

Bringing the often-neglected topic of migration to the forefront of ancient Mesoamerican studies, Migrations in Late Mesoamerica (University Press of Florida, Gainesville) uses an illuminating multidisciplinary approach to address the role of population movements in Mexico and Central America from AD 500 to 1500, the tumultuous centuries before European contact...

The LYNX UP Faculty and Staff Challenge is on: October 30, 2019 – February 14, 2020

Nov. 5, 2019

The LYNX UP Challenge is an annual, friendly competition for CU Denver faculty and staff to further support our students' success by investing in scholarships. This year the campus is divided into four teams, named after four of the 14ers in Colorado. CLAS is on Team Quandary with the Office...

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