CounterART: Aesthetics of South Korean Activism and Global Perspectives

Nov. 25, 2019

There is still time to see the exhibit “CounterART: Aesthetics of South Korean Activism and Global Perspectives” curated by International Studies steering committee member and CU Denver Art History Prof. Yang Wang and artist Sammy Lee. The exhibit is open until December 15 at the Redline Gallery, 2350 Arapahoe St,...

Kim Lemme

INTS's Annual Careers Panel

Nov. 25, 2019

On November 7 th , International Studies hosted its annual Careers Panel with four guests who offered advice to current students on international careers. INTS alumna Brenda Mendoza-Ortega (2016) spoke about how she found a perfect job as Health Promotion Facilitator at CU School of Public Health that blended her...


INTS Co-Sponsors “De Novo”

Nov. 25, 2019

On November 3 rd , International Studies joined the Latin America Center, the Department of Political Science and the Romero Theatre troupe to co-sponsor the performance of the play “De Novo” by New York theatre company, Houses on the Moon, at St. Cajetan’s church on campus. Performed in Spanish and...


New Course: INTS 4700: From Grapes to Wrath

Nov. 25, 2019

INTS 4700 / COMM 4710: From Grapes to Wrath: the history, geography, and international cultural heritage of wine in the age of climate change. To register for this course, you need to select the campus "extended studies" rather than Denver campus. The course will still meet on Auraria campus.

Esther Bellinsky

Esther Bellinsky Earns Fall 2019 CLAS Outstanding Undergraduate Award

Nov. 21, 2019

Esther Bellinksy has earned the College's highest award, Outstanding Undergraduate. Each semester, the award is given to a single BA and a single BS student who represent the best of CU Denver, not only in academic achievement, but also as a leader in our College community. Esther will graduate summa...

Jazmin Beltran

Jazmin Beltran Earns Peace Corps Volunteer Position

Sept. 5, 2019

Jazmin Beltran has been invited to serve in the Peace Corps in Senegal as a Community Health Support Agent. She will be departing in February for service and is excited to be able to obtain such valuable experience in public health. She previously earned a Peace Corps Prep Certificate ...


INTS Alumna, Vannesa Campuzano, Begins Peace Corps Work

Aug. 8, 2019

INTS Alumna, Vannesa Campuzano, was officially sworn in as a Peace Corps Volunteer on Tuesday after 10 weeks of training. She will be working for Ecuador’s Ministry of Social and Economic Inclusion (MIES) at a casa hogar, which is a state funded orphanage. More about the work of Peace Corps...

Jessica von Vietinghoff

Jessica von Vietinghoff Joins Penn State MA Program

June 28, 2019

Congratulations to INTS alumna Jessica von Vietinghoff on her acceptance into the Master of Professional Studies in Homeland Security program at Penn State! From the website: "The discipline of homeland security follows an all-hazards approach and crosses both the public and the private sector. While the federal government's Department of...

Anya Dickson

Scholarships and Awards Available

May 22, 2019

At the Communication Department graduation ceremony last week, graduating senior Anya Dickson (pictured at right) mentioned to INTS Director, Dr. Hamilton Bean, that her academic and professional path had been indelibly shaped by an email that Dr. Bean had sent regarding the LAGRANT Foundation scholarship. The first time Dr. Bean...

Dr. Soumia Bardhan headshot

New Faculty Member Joining COMM in the Fall

May 10, 2019

From the Department of Communication... I am delighted to announce that Dr. Soumia Bardhan will be joining us in the fall as an Assistant Professor of Communication. Dr. Bardhan earned her BA (with Honors) in English Literature from the University of Calcutta, her MA in Communication from University of Madras,...