Lynx Connected Trainings: July 17 and August 8

On behalf of the CU Denver Counseling Center, we would like to invite you to participate in the Lynx Connected Training. Please encourage your staff and students to sign up for the CU Denver Counseling Center’s Lynx Connected Training: Supporting Students in Distress (https://ucdenverdata.formstack.com/forms/lynxconnected) . This training serves faculty, staff, and students in learning and […]

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Farewell to Becky Emerson (again!)

With much gratitude and fondness, we say farewell to Becky Emerson, as her retiree contract as an Accounting Assistant with the Dean’s Office is coming to an end on June 30th. We are grateful for Becky’s post-retirement support with purchasing, travel, and conference registrations. Daisy Salazar will provide support in these areas going forward. Please […]

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Sex as a Safe Adventure: Helping Couples Connect Sexually and Emotionally Through Emotionally Focused Therapy

Fifteen CU Denver Counseling students took advantage of a special discount to participate in a two day workshop with Zoya Simakhodskaya and Michael Moran from New York. The workshop addressed an attachment based approach to working with sex in couple’s therapy. The students were among a group of 65 participants from around the region. The […]

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Final Defense – Karen Sobel

Transfer of Learning of Higher-Order Thinking Skills July 23 @ 10 AM LSC 603 At colleges and universities across the United States, first-year undergraduate students take courses that involve the learning and practice of higher-order thinking skills. Higher-order thinking skills support students’ ability to draw abstract principles from concrete learning experiences over time. Higher-order thinking […]

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Final Defense – Katie Palmquist

Supporting Early Childhood Workforce Well-Being: A Conceptual Activity System Model July 2 @ 1:00 pm LSC 710 This thesis explores the role of organizational practice and theory in working towards well-being within the early childhood workforce through the framework of activity systems as derived from Cultural Historical Activity Theory. Disproportionate rates of depression, burnout, and […]

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Chalkbeat Colorado features CU Denver’s inaugural teacher ed cohort from Otero Junior College

Rural Colorado faces a teacher shortage. University of Colorado Denver has plans to help. By making high-quality educator preparation programs available in rural communities and recruiting candidates from those communities, administrators hope they can make a real dent in the teacher shortage. Students who come in with an associate degree can earn a University of […]

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