Congratulations to Conra Gist, Margarita Bianco, and Marvin Lynn on their recent publication “Examining Grow Your Own Programs Across the Teacher Development Continuum: Mining Research on Teachers of Color and Nontraditional Educator Pipelines” that appears in the Journal of Teacher Education (2018). Abstract Grow Your Own (GYO) programs are cited in recent policy briefs as viable […]
The Career Center is striving to build strong relationships with faculty and staff in order to best help students in their career and professional development. Presentations can be as short as 15 minutes or as long as 75 minutes depending on your needs; therefore, if you need to miss a class session, don’t cancel, let […]
Congratulations to Shruti Poulsen on the birth of her beautiful granddaughter, Evren Pauline Wittman who arrived into the world on August 7th at 2:55 AM. Also, congratulations to her proud parents, Priya and Jesse.
Dear Colleagues, Please see the email below from Abigail Glaessner. My name is Abigail Glaessner and I’m working with A24 on their upcoming film EIGHTH GRADE, opening in Denver on Friday, July 27. We’re hosting an advance screening of the film on Thursday, July 19th and I wanted to extend an invite to the CU […]
Congratulations to Dr. Bryn Harris, for completing the year-long Professional Mentoring Skills Enhancing Diversity (PROMISED) Program and earning a Certificate in Research Leadership from the University of Pittsburg, Institute for Clinical Research Education. Dr. Harris has developed highly valuable skills for mentoring diverse trainees pursuing biomedical research careers. Again, congratulations Dr. Harris!
IES Hosts Live FY 2019 Research Funding Webinar: IES Basic Overview of Research Grants and Information for New Applicants The Institute of Education Sciences (IES) will be providing a live webinar on June 18th from 11:30am to 12:30pm, Eastern Daylight Time (EDT), for those who are interested in learning about IES and its Fiscal Year […]
Congratulations to Dr. Antwan Jefferson (PI) and Dr. Ben Kirshner (Co-PI) on being awarded a $50,000 Spencer Foundation grant. The project is titled ‘Urban Conference 2018: Place and displacement’. Again, congratulations on this important project.
Reminder, Applications are DUE JUNE 15th, 2018 ORS/CRC are pleased to announce a call for applications for 4 to 6 faculty research fellowships to create cross-disciplinary research teams from across the University of Colorado Denver Downtown campus. The CRC interdisciplinary fellowship will support several cross-disciplinary faculty for the 2018-2019academic year. Successful applicants will form a […]
School of Education and Human Development Management Teams & Committees 2018-2019 Management Teams Administrative and Management Team: Rebecca Kantor (Dean), Aswad Allen, Lindsay Austin, Patricia Ball, Scott Bauer, Julia Cummings, Christine Feagins, Dorothy Garrison-Wade, Cindy Gutierrez, Shannon Hagerman, Marlinda Hines, Brad Hinson, JáNet Hurt, Julie O’Brian, Barbara Seidl, Sandy Snyder-Mondragon. Program Leaders/ Representative […]