Undergraduate and graduate student scholarly activities are showcased at the annual Research and Creative Activities Symposium. All students from both the Denver Campus and Anschutz Medical Campus are eligible to participate in the symposium, which provides the opportunity to present their work to an audience of peers, faculty, family, and visitors. Over 200 student researchers participated in the event each year.
Students may choose to present their scholarly work in many formats including: poster presentations, exhibits (such as sculpture, photography, models and design) video, streaming media, web, oral presentations, and performances (such as readings, musical composition, and monologues)
Call for Papers
Details will be added as the department is informed.
The Ethics Bowl competition is a nation-wide debate pitting the best and brightest analytical thinkers and arguers from colleges and universities around the nation. Each competition addresses such issues as raising the minimum wage, exploitation of unpaid student internships, Stand Your Ground statutes, and the safety of transgendered students in bathrooms and locker rooms. Meetings: Please note the team will begin to meet prior to the start of the academic year in Plaza M108 (Philosophy Department Suite).
If you are interested in joining the CU Denver Ethics Bowl Team, or would like more information, contact:
American Philosophical Society - Central Division Details to come!
The 117th meeting of the APA Central Division will include over 100 sessions, including colloquium and symposium sessions, author meets critics sessions, the Presidential Address, poster sessions, and more. There are also exhibits, and receptions for meeting with colleagues.