Carlos Hipolito-Delgado featured on NBC News

Latinx college students are struggling with self-hate, counselors can help, CU Denver scholar finds Carlos Hipolito-Delgado, PhD, urges college counselors to acknowledge Latinx students’ experiences with discrimination and help them navigate their feelings without internalizing guilt, or worse, start hating themselves. “My hope is for the student to realize that racism is not the student’s […]

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Congrats to Scott Bauer on his new book

Leading Schools to Learn Grow and Thrive Using Theory to Strengthen Practice Leading Schools to Learn, Grow, and Thrive provides a unique approach to preparing prospective education leaders by combining theory, research, and practice. Grounded in organizational and leadership theory, this book helps leaders understand their schools and districts from multiple perspectives and develop their own […]

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School Psychology APA Accreditation Featured in CU Denver TODAY

School psychology program rises to the top Students benefit from new accreditation and 100-percent job placement rate In late September, the School of Education & Human Development (SEHD) celebrated an important milestone. Its doctor of psychology (PsyD) school psychology program earned accreditation on contingency from the American Psychological Association (APA) – which is no small feat. It is one […]

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Carlos Hipolito-Delgado’s study featured in Denver Post

Exposure to racism made undergraduate Latino students internalize self-hatred, CU Denver study finds Professor wanted to conduct study following increase in racist rhetoric after 2016 presidential election A Colorado professor wondered how racist rhetoric stoked by the 2016 presidential election was impacting Latino students, so he conducted academic research that found exposure to racism often […]

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SEHD partnerships in rural Colorado featured in CU Denver TODAY

Amid Colorado’s short-grass prairies, hidden-jewel farming communities and small historic mountain towns, educators, non-profits and community members are feeling the pinch. School districts are facing remarkable challenges finding and retaining highly qualified teachers, especially in high-needs fields, such as special education, math and science. Nonprofits and human-services agencies in rural Colorado are having issues finding […]

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Real Help Hotline –  Free counseling service available to all CU employees

The Real Help Hotline is a free service that University of Colorado employees can use when facing a variety of life challenges – from financial stress to relationship problems to mental health crises and everything in between. When employees call the Real Help Hotline, they’ll have access to professional counselors who can offer assistance finding […]

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