Six SEHD Faculty Members Receive CU Denver Faculty Awards

Faculty Excellence Luncheon honors over 30 educators Event celebrates faculty commitment to students, scholarship, service Kaelin Alexander University Communications October 18, 2017 CategoriesCategory University News TagsTags faculty awards, student success Several of the campus-wide faculty award winners are pictured with Provost Rod Nairn (center). From left, Carrie Makarewicz, Rick Sommerfeld, Rian Kerrane, Provost Rod Nairn, Kelly […]

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SPA, SPAPSA, & SGA present: BUREAUCRACY & DEMOCRACY

Theories, issues, and lessons learned from a lifetime studying public administration and public management. A DISCUSSION WITH DRS. LAURENCE J. O’TOOLE & KENNETH J. MEIER TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2017: 11:30-1:00- Presentation with Q&A. Lunch will be served. 1:00-2:00- Student discussions around pursuing academic careers. School of Public Affairs, 1380 Lawrence St., Rm. 500. If you […]

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Alan Davis, RSEM program faculty member, featured in CU Denver TODAY

Davis receives SEHD’s Rhodes Endowed Faculty Award Education professor keeps learning, prioritizes local research and partnerships (See full article on CU Denver Today) Alan Davis, PhD, calls himself a “Colorado boy.” The CU Denver education professor grew up near Golden, started skiing when he was 12 and graduated from Wheat Ridge High School. Davis might also be called a Denver scholar for the years of […]

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Call for Applications: Please Distribute to Interested Faculty

Office of Undergraduate Experiences Seeks Next Director of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities UE invites applications for the position of Director of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (DURCA), to begin Spring 2018. The DURCA will provide leadership to advance the goal of providing undergraduate students with a wide range of opportunities in research, creative, and […]

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Sign up for Education Policy Networking Series on October 27, 5 p.m.

Teachers, Administrators and Successful Students of Color: Evidence and Trends RSVP: http://www.cvent.com/d/jtqlvk (http://www.cvent.com/d/jtqlvk) Closing the achievement gap is probably the most critical issue in American education.  While student success is the result of many factors working together, evidence suggests students of color are more successful when taught by teachers of color. Recently gathered data has […]

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Special education major works to change perceptions on autism

See full article Jordan Sien struggled to have a relationship with her older brother. When they were young, she didn’t know how to talk to him. But now that they’re both adults, he’s the inspiration for the CU Denver student’s career aspirations. Sien’s brother has autism, and with her special education major, she wants to help students like him. Jordan Sien and her brother “We need to set […]

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Circle Conference this Saturday!

From Nicole Sager The CIRCLE conference brings together diverse members of the teaching, parenting, equity, and social justice community to provide an opportunity for meaningful dialogue and presentations on issues that impact us all. Last year Dolores Huerta’s keynote was truly inspiring. Previous year’s keynote speakers include Dr. Brenda Allen and Cornell West. Another component of CIRCLE is a […]

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