Hartley and Student Monitoring Denver Area Wildlife

May 30, 2017

In recent months, field cameras set up by Integrative Biology Graduate Student Sarah St. Onge (in collaboration with the Urban Wildlife Information Network ) have captured over 2,000 images of wildlife across the metro Denver area. "The main things we found were coyote, red fox, raccoons, mule deer and lots...

CU Denver SIAM Students Plan and Host FRAMSC

May 10, 2016

On March 5th, the CU Denver SIAM Student Chapter hosted the 12th annual Front Range Applied Mathematics Student Conference (FRAMSC). This year's event was held in the Student Commons Building, accommodating over 30 talks given by undergraduate and graduate students, which were attended by almost 90 students. Sponsored by the...

First Gradcon a Great Success

Nov. 24, 2015

On October 12, CU Denver's Biology Club organized "Gradcon 2015" to introduce freshman, sophomores and juniors, as well as seniors, to graduate school in biology and biology-related fields. Over 60 students attended. There was a panel event that featured Ph.D., Masters, and professional program directors and administrators from Anschutz; joined...

Announcing CLAS Excellence Awards for 2014-1015

May 5, 2015

Outstanding Faculty Achievement Award Mike Cummings, Political Science Outstanding Graduate Students for Spring M.S. Jonathan Cook, Integrative Biology Ph.D. Jennifer Diemunsch, Mathematical and Statistical Sciences Faculty Excellence Award winners Tenure Track Teaching Leo Bruederle, Integrative Biology Alex Engau, Mathematical and Statistical Sciences Tammy Stone, Anthropology Non-Tenure Track Teaching Nicholas Golding,...

CLAS Well Represented at 40 Under 40

May 5, 2015

A quarter of this year's Denver Business Journal "Forty Under 40" class represent the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus, making a strong statement about how our graduates go on to successful careers while also giving back to the community. The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences proudly...

Geography has success at Regional AAG Meeting

Feb. 25, 2015

Geography and Environmental Sciences (GES) students attended a joint meeting of the Southwest and Great Plains-Rocky Mountain Divisions of the Association of American Geographers in Albuquerque, NM and did an exceptional job showing off their work. Undergraduate Student Poster Awards went to Issamar Pichardo and Jeannette Rodriguez (1st Place) for...

NSF-Funded Mathematics Workshop for Graduate Students a Success

Oct. 21, 2014

The first Rocky Mountain Great Plains Graduate Research Workshop in Combinatorics (GRWC) was cohosted by CU Denver (with the University of Denver) from July 27 - August 9th, 2014. The workshop, co-organized by Michael Ferrara, Stephen Hartke and Florian Pfender from the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Science, brought together...

Biology Club Gives Back at Lowery Science Fair

Oct. 21, 2014

The CU Denver Biology Student Club participated in the first annual Lowry Science Fair on May 1, thanks to help from CU Succeed and the Integrative Biology Department. As part of its mission, the Biology Club focuses on working with local schools to make sure students are able to have...

Sustainability in Berlin Program Kicks Off

Oct. 21, 2014

On September 12th, 9 CLAS students arrived in Berlin to participate in the inaugural semester of the Sustainability in Berlin Program led by Christoph Stefes, Associate Professor for Political Science. Spending 3 months in Germany’s capital, the 3 graduate and 6 undergraduate students will intern with organizations and think tanks...

Poli Sci Goes Behind-the-Scenes with GOP Superstars at the Western Conservative Summit

Oct. 21, 2014

A group from the CU Denver's Political Science Department received an exclusive behind-the scenes look at the inner workings of the political system at this year's Western Conservative Summit. Presented by the Centennial Institute , the Summit played host to some of the GOP's biggest names, like Governor Sarah Palin,...

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