Final Defense – Robin Brandehoff

The Ripple Effect of Mentorship: A Cross-Case Analysis of Separate, Single-Case Studies of Natural Mentorships Among Rural, Latinx, Gang-Affiliated Youth Feb 17 @ 12:30 LSC 1100 The literature on mentorship centralizes formal mentoring programs with hired and trained staff and volunteers to work with at-promise youth of color at school- or community-based sites such as […]

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Cherry Creek School District’s Talent Acquisition Multicultural Community Event

“Mirrors, Windows and Sliding Glass Doors.” From the work of Rudine Bishop, ‘Mirrors, Windows and Sliding Glass Doors’ examines the power of books and the roles that they play in the lives of children. Books are either windows, offering real or imagined views of the world; becoming sliding glass doors which one only need walk […]

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Faculty Development Opportunities 2020

The Center for Faculty Development & Advancement, as well as the new Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning have a number of development opportunities for Faculty this year, check out the full schedules at the websites below! Center for Faculty Development & Advancement The Center for Faculty Development & Advancement at the University of Colorado […]

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Education Policy Networking Series

Expanding Access to Quality Early Learning Opportunities in Colorado Access to quality early learning opportunities in Colorado is growing, but wide gaps  caused by income and geography remain. Colorado’s Constitution provides for free public education starting at age six, and so for decades, the state’s school districts have not provided free full-day kindergarten, often leaving […]

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Final Defense – Carletta Stewart

Jan 20 @ 12:30 pm LSC 600 Underrepresentation of Female STEM leaders: The Impact of Adolescent Self-Efficacy Upon Career/Field Persistence The purpose of this study is to examine the conditions contributing to the underrepresentation of female leaders in the STEM education system. This research will take the form of a qualitative phenomenological study to explore […]

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ThinqStudio Friday Lunch & Dialogue with Lisa Forbes

ThinqStudio workshops focus on teaching and learning that is both emergent and divergent. Teach different(ly)! Workshops are scheduled throughout the year, with the next gathering happening this Friday with TS Fellow Lisa Forbes leading a dialogue on the power of vulnerability and authenticity as teaching tools. Don’t miss out! Register. Connect. Eat. Explore. Emerge. Diverge. […]

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November Community Partner Luncheon – Nov. 19

  The Intersection of Statuses – Citizenship and Student-hood Join us on Tuesday, Nov. 19 for a panel-style discussion, during which we explore the topic of immigration status and its effects on students. Participating panelists: Yadira Quezada, Student and NxtGen PEI, CU Denver Nancy Cristina Pasillas Esquivel, 2nd Grade ELA-S Teacher, Denver Public School/CU Denver […]

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