Grand Junction principal in SEHD’s Executive Leadership program wins outstanding math leader award

Grand Junction principal wins outstanding math leader award By Megan McNeil | Posted: Wed 6:46 PM, Sep 20, 2017 | Updated: Thu 11:57 AM, Sep 21, 2017 GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO/KJCT) A Grand Junction principal has been getting A’s in math class–teaching it that is. Jim Butterfield, Bookcliff Middle School principal, was nominated for the […]

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Curriculum Committee Minutes

September 18, 2017 Members: Jarrod Hanson – Chair Dennis DeBay Lisa Forbes Cristina Gillanders Scott McLeod Lori Elliott Staff: Shakira Anderson Hilary Bruce I. GENERAL BUSINESS & REVIEW/DISCUSSIONS: • Discussed the Curriculum Committee Charge • Reviewed Graduate Faculty Appointments (GFA) Guidelines o Effective fall 2017, undergraduate instructors will require a Faculty Appointment to teach. II. […]

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DREAMers Scholarship Benefit

Come Join us for an evening of celebration and support our students! We are hosting the second Annual CU Denver DREAMers Benefit on October 12, 2017 at the Cleo Parker Robinson Theater, 119 Park Avenue West, Denver, CO 80205. This event will provide food, assorted beverages, and a variety of speakers and entertainers. During the […]

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Scott McLeod Mentioned in the Houston Chronicle

Flood damage from Hurricane Harvey forces change of plans at Lone Star College Article link: http://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/Flood-damage-from-Hurricane-Harvey-forces-change-12204907.php For three decades at Lone Star College’s Kingwood campus, Steve Davis has looked students in the eyes as he taught the Reconstruction era and World War II in his American history courses. This semester, he worries he’ll never see their […]

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CRC TALK September 20th @ 5PM (INWORKS)

http://sehd.ucdenver.edu/impact/files/CRC-Invitation_Talk-013.jpg The talks are given by the awardees of the CRC/Inworks fellowship over the course of the academic year.  This year there are 8 fellows and four talks (2 fellows per).  All faculty are invited to the Fellows’ talks hosted by the CRC (Creative Research Collaborative) and Inworks. The CRC seeks to support events, partnerships, and networks […]

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Dr. Amy Boelé’s Article Published in the Harvard Educational Review

Congratulations to Dr. Amy Boelé, who’s article was published in the Fall 2017 issue of the Harvard Education Review. Here is the link to the full article: http://hepg.org/her-home/issues/harvard-educational-review-volume-87-number-3/herarticle/in-search-of-community Below is the article abstract: In Search of Community Lessons from Idealized Independence for Adults with Disabilities AMY L. BOELÉ In this article, Amy Boelé presents a […]

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Auraria Campus Fall Fest

Hello SEHD Community: SEHD Office of Recruitment & Outreach has registered to participate in the Auraria Campus Fall Fest. Fall Fest is an outdoor event were programs and groups around campus can provide information to the Auraria campus community. This event will take place on Wednesday, September 20 and Thursday, September 21, 2017 on the […]

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SEHD Program Leaders Meeting Agenda 09/11/2017

9:30-11:30 AM LSC 745  Program Leaders Members Present: Allen, Aswad, Ruben Anguiano, Susan Arnold, Scott Bauer, Franci Crepeau-Hobson, Joni Dunlap, Connie Fulmer, Dorothy Garrison-Wade, Cindy Gutierrez, Shannon Hagerman, Brad Hinson, Rebecca Kantor, Nancy Leech, Sally Nathenson-Mejia, Julie O’Brian, Barbara Seidl, Shruti Poulsen, Lori Ryan, Sheila Shannon, Sandy Snyder-Mondragon, Robert Talbot, Caron Westland Members Not Present: […]

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