Event Recap: STEM Faculty Research Symposium

On Wednesday, Feb. 13th, our wonderful STEM Education faculty shared how they strive to humanize students’ STEM learning experiences through their individual research. Symposium presentations: Dennis DeBay: https://arcg.is/0vjWz50 Heather Johnson: https://itscore.cu.studio/ Bud Talbot: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1uLaAz910gfXQxSYt4v2wT8oBDwF-Ty5JxUK5HqI1xjg/edit?usp=sharing Ron Tzur: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1x-PIGiSO-np2OeSI2OvPI10Xcdu41-57/view?usp=sharing Geeta Verma: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1-cAmu6MlpRQLkcrw9_4zM3UwQbMKGb-gxSnoLVmHxrg/edit#slide=id.p   Thank you for your attendance!

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February Community Partner Luncheon

Topic: Environmental Justice What is environmental justice, and how can it inform the praxis of helping professionals and educators? The fair and equitable treatment of all persons (without regard for income, legal status, race, or other indicators of social identity) within a context of laws, policies and regulations guiding the development of the natural or […]

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Education Policy Networking Series: Innovation in K-12 Accountability – Feb. 20th

Innovations in K-12 Accountability Explore the ways in which Colorado K-12 schools and districts are “thinking differently” about accountability in education. Join local education leaders as they discuss options for providing a more complete and nuanced picture of school performance to their local communities and providing more diverse and timely information to support continuous improvement […]

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Using Open Educational Resources on College Campuses

Using Open Educational Resources on College Campuses   Open Educational Resources are teaching, learning, and research resources that reside in the public domain and includes full courses, course materials, modules, textbooks, streaming videos, tests, software, and any other tools, materials or techniques used to support access to knowledge. OER help to keep college costs down […]

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End Mental Health Stigma Event, April 18th

End Mental Health Stigma Event: Keep Talking…End the Stigma April 18th 4:00 pm Tivoli Turnhall Keep Talking…End the Stigma is an event aimed at decreasing societal, campus, and perceived stigma around mental health. The event will foster a community of acceptance and positive feedback. The event is aimed at normalizing conversations around mental health and […]

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Dr. William Cross will be presenting Thursday March 7, 2019 & Tuesday March 5, 2019

Dr. William Cross Thursday March 7, 2019,  3:30-6:15 p.m. (School of Business Room 4500) & Tuesday March 5, 2019, from 6:30-9:15 p.m. (LW 1150)   Dr. William Cross who started a movement in applied psychology on identity development research with his theory of Nigrescence will be presenting in COUN 5810 on Thursday March 7, 2019, […]

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STEM Faculty Research Symposium – February 13

Humanizing Students’ STEM Learning Experiences Join us on Wednesday, February 13th at the SEHD Faculty Spotlight as we showcase our STEM Education faculty. Five faculty members will share how they strive to humanize students’ STEM learning experiences through their individual research. Faculty presenters: Dennis DeBay – Public Data for Public Good Heather Johnson – College […]

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Presentation Recap: Pragmatic Productivity & Creating an Agenda

Pragmatic Productivity & Creating an Agenda – Dr. Nancy Leech Italicized notes by Courtney Donovan     Creating an Agenda – Definition Most people think a research agenda is what you start with  It is a way to think about your publications and argue they have “connected-ness” How to Create an Agenda 1) Publish in early […]

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Education Policy Networking Series Tomorrow – November 29, 2018

  Sign up today! : http://www.cvent.com/d/jbqrf1 For the first time in a decade, the Denver Public Schools Board of Education will soon select a new superintendent. What does the future hold for the school district? What challenges does it face? What opportunities await? Join city education leaders for a discussion about the future of Colorado’s largest […]

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