April Community Partner Luncheon – April 23

Topic: Youth Focused Programming REGISTER NOW Join us as we discuss the driving commitments of community-serving organizations focused on serving youth in the city and how the voices and needs of young people inform policies and practices of local organizations. Participating panelists: Solicia Lopez, Denver Public Schools-Student Voice and Leadership Derek McCoy, Project PAVE Pamela […]

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Governor Polis’ Vision for Full-Day K – Education Policy Networking Series – April 30

Governor Polis’ Vision for Full-Day K: Leveraging the Entire PreK-3rd Grade Continuum Join us on April 30th as Governor Jared Polis kicks-off the spring School of Public Affairs and School of Education & Human Development Education policy networking series. This program will focus on the Governor’s priority issues and initiatives in the preschool through grade […]

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No Small Matter Documentary Screening – April 25th

The Early Childhood Education Program at the School of Education & Human Development is pleased to collaborate with the Colorado Association for the Education of Young Children (COAEYC) in the screening and discussion of the “No Small Matter” documentary. As a program fully committed to the preparation of high quality professionals, we are proud to […]

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March Community Partner Luncheon – March 19

March Community Partner Luncheon Families in Transition Sponsored by: SEHD Office of Partnerships Hosted by: Antwan Jefferson The economic and social status of families has significant impact on their collective experience, especially when they are facing housing, economic or legal status instability. Join us as we discuss innovative practices that community-serving and educational organizations employ […]

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Faculty Presentation: Advice on Research Productivity – March 20th

Advice on Research Productivity   Please join Dr. Bryn Harris for a discussion of research productivity. This session will focus on advice for newer faculty both TT and NTT as well as any faculty (current or future) working to build a research agenda effectively and efficiently. REGISTER NOW When: Wednesday, March 20th Time: 12 – […]

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Event Recap: STEM Faculty Research Symposium

On Wednesday, Feb. 13th, our wonderful STEM Education faculty shared how they strive to humanize students’ STEM learning experiences through their individual research. Symposium presentations: Dennis DeBay: https://arcg.is/0vjWz50 Heather Johnson: https://itscore.cu.studio/ Bud Talbot: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1uLaAz910gfXQxSYt4v2wT8oBDwF-Ty5JxUK5HqI1xjg/edit?usp=sharing Ron Tzur: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1x-PIGiSO-np2OeSI2OvPI10Xcdu41-57/view?usp=sharing Geeta Verma: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1-cAmu6MlpRQLkcrw9_4zM3UwQbMKGb-gxSnoLVmHxrg/edit#slide=id.p   Thank you for your attendance!

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February Community Partner Luncheon

Topic: Environmental Justice What is environmental justice, and how can it inform the praxis of helping professionals and educators? The fair and equitable treatment of all persons (without regard for income, legal status, race, or other indicators of social identity) within a context of laws, policies and regulations guiding the development of the natural or […]

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