UCDALI Meeting – April 24, 2018

UCDALI Meeting Agenda April 24, 2018   Scheduling 3:00 – 3:10 End-of-year Celebration: Tuesday, 5/8 Tivoli Brewing Company 3:30-5:30. Please stop in! Free Food! Meeting with Provost to discuss NTTF issues: 5/11 @ 1:00 LSC, 14th floor; email maron@ucdenver.edu if you can make it     Open Issues 3:10 – 3:25           Article 5—still in process; […]

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Education and Human Development Graduating Students’ Poster Session – April 25, 6pm

The EDHD MA program invites all students, staff, and faculty to attend the “Graduating Students’ Poster Session” this spring. Graduating students will share findings of the theses/applied projects with you, and you will have the chance to congratulate them on their accomplishments and talk with them about their work and findings. This also presents a […]

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Curriculum Committee Minutes – April 16, 2018

Members: Jarrod Hanson Dennis DeBay Lisa Forbes Cristina Gillanders Scott McLeod Lori Elliott   Staff: Shakira Anderson *Hilary Bruce *Unable to attend   GENERAL BUSINESS & REVIEW/DISCUSSIONS: Will review the suggestions for undergraduate, and MA cross listing to discuss at the May meeting.   COURSE PROPOSAL/REVISION REQUESTS:   Status                               Item(s)                                                                               […]

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Manuel Espinoza and Right to Learn students featured in CU Denver TODAY

Several students in the School of Education & Human Development’s (SEHD) Right to Learn Undergraduate Research Collaborative (R2L), along with Associate Professor Manuel Espinoza, recently presented their research into educational rights at Georgetown Law School’s “Law, Culture and the Humanities Conference” in Washington, D.C. [Check out the full story on CU Denver TODAY]

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Curriculum Committee Minutes – April 2, 2018

Members: Jarrod Hanson *Dennis DeBay Lisa Forbes Cristina Gillanders Scott McLeod Lori Elliott   Staff: Shakira Anderson Hilary Bruce   *Unable to attend   GENERAL BUSINESS & REVIEW/DISCUSSIONS:   Cristina will help draft guidelines on course differentiation, to assist faculty with cross listed courses.   COURSE PROPOSAL/REVISION REQUESTS:   Status                                   Item(s)                                                                 Presenter […]

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Conference on World Affairs April 9-13, 2018

Monday through Thursday next week, our Events and Partnerships office is offering a live streaming of sessions from the Conference on World Affairs (CWA) that happens annually in Boulder. In case you are not familiar, here is more information on CWA, that is now in its 70th year! https://www.colorado.edu/cwa/ We will provide refreshments, watch the livestream […]

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Maria Uribe featured on Colorado Public Radio’s Morning Edition re: her new bilingual children’s book

We hear a lot about young immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children, sometimes called “dreamers.” The moniker comes from the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors bill that failed to pass Congress during the Obama administration. A lot of those immigrants are protected from deportation by something called the Deferred Action for […]

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