SEHD undergraduates and Pathways2Teaching students receive awards at Colorado State Capitol

Four students who are enrolled in CU Denver School of Education & Human Development programs were selected for the Colorado Department of Higher Education’s 2018 Future Educator Honor Roll Ceremony. The honorees were celebrated during Teacher Appreciation Week at a ceremony in the West Foyer of the Colorado State Capitol on May 2. [Check out the full Story […]

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This Friday: Designing for Deeper Learning with Connected Learning and Domain of One’s Own with Julia Kantor

Laptop | Lunch | Learn What does a classroom look, feel and sound like when robust, deep learning is happening? How do we design for such classrooms that, additionally, take into account principles of equity and justice? Are issues of student voice and agency taken into account when we design? In this workshop, we will […]

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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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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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Campus Conversations with University Leadership – March 29

Campus Conversations with University Leadership Thursday, March 29, 4 p.m. Lawrence Street Center, Second Floor Terrace Room Financial and budget overview for CU Denver and information about the newly-developed incentive-based budget model Faculty and staff have a chance to ask questions electronically in advance of this Campus Conversation. If you have questions for Provost Rod […]

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Bilingual Children’s Book Event about Families, Immigration and Deportation

Hear from: Author – Maria Uribe Illustrator visiting from Colombia – Natalia Murcia Gutierrez Translator – Sally Nathenson-Mejia Wednesday, March 14 Lawrence Street Center 11th Floor, Room 1150 11 a.m. – noon     This event is made possible by an SEHD faculty development grant. Lunch provided by the Literacy, Language and Culturally Responsive Teaching […]

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