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Jobs and Paid Internship Opportunities Available with Civic Nation

July 2, 2021

Fall 2021 remote positions available through Civic Nation. Internships pay $15.20/hour.

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Congratulations to our Spring 2021 Graduates!

May 4, 2021

Congratulations to all of our Spring 2021 graduates! We are so proud of each of you! Undergraduates Raeannon Acosta - Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Masharee Alazemi - Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Mahlet Alem - Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Jaber Ahmad Akuwari - Bachelor of...

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Professor Glenn T Morris Publishes Article: Opinion: The U.S. has finally acknowledged the genocide of Armenians. What about Native Americans?

May 3, 2021

Opinion by Glenn T. Morris and Simon Maghakyan Glenn T. Morris is an associate professor and President’s Teaching Scholar at the University of Colorado Denver. He also serves on the Leadership Council of the American Indian Movement of Colorado. Simon Maghakyan is an Armenian Genocide descendant, visiting scholar at Tufts...

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The Interdisciplinary Essay Contest - Submissions Due 5.14.21

April 27, 2021

The CU Denver Interdisciplinary Studies Council invites all students in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences to submit a research paper that draws upon scholarly insights and/or research methods from multiple academic fields. In addition, papers that apply disciplinary knowledge to a topic or issue not traditionally associated with...

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Dr. James Walsh on Irish Heritage in Colorado

April 6, 2021

While cities like New York, Boston and Chicago are widely recognized for their Irish American communities, Colorado can trace its Irish connection back to the late 1800s and a mining boom in the state. “The first Irish communities in the state were in the Central City area," said Political Science...

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PSCI 4126 - Introduction to International Political Economy

March 30, 2021

Looking for a Fall 2021 online course? Designed for students in the fields of political science, economics and international relations, this upper-division course introduces students to the major contours of the global political economy. The field of International Political Economy (IPE) in general is situated at the intersection of “wealth”...

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The Jerry Jacks Political Science Scholarship Available Now!

March 1, 2021

The CU Denver Political Science Department is pleased to announce the availability of student scholarships available to undergraduate majors in Political Science at CU Denver. Eligible students must be single parents. Preferred applicants will also be students who have demonstrated exceptional service or leadership in engaging the challenges facing traditionally...

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The Beeks Scholarship Available Now!

March 1, 2021

The CU Denver Political Science Department is pleased to announce the availability of a student scholarship available to majors and graduate students in Political Science at CU Denver who demonstrate an ongoing commitment to the study of women’s issues. Such issues may include, but are not limited to: gender and...

Student Activisms and Activisions in the Age of COVID - A Virtual Conference and Scholarship Opportunity

Jan. 28, 2021

Be a part of a virtual interdisciplinary conference organized to share ideas about activisms in the COVID era—AND win a $250 scholarship! WHAT: Seven-minute lightning talks. WHEN : March 25, 3:30-5pm, ZOOM WHY : Inspire the CU Community and more. CLAS Interdisciplinary faculty and CU Denver want to hear from...

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When Is the Presidential Inauguration and How Can I Watch?

Jan. 19, 2021

President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will be sworn in on Wednesday, Jan. 20 in Washington, D.C. Biden is expected to be sworn in around 10 a.m. Mountain time. How to Watch All major broadcast and cable networks will air inauguration day events live. The events will also...

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