Cheryl Matias Selected as 2020 Recipient of the AERA Division K Mid-Career Scholar Award

CU Denver’s Cheryl E. Matias, associate professor in the School of Education & Human Development, has been selected as the 2020 recipient of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Division K Mid-Career Scholar Award. The mid-career award honors an outstanding researcher in the second stage of their research career. It recognizes scholars who have established […]

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Sean Michael Morris quoted in Inside Higher Ed

The shift to remote learning: the human element Can we expect that pandemic-related pedagogies, policies and approaches will somehow change the face of education? “What’s happening now isn’t what we ever imagined for online education or digital learning,” says Sean Michael Morris, director, Digital Pedagogy Lab, and senior instructor of learning design and technology at […]

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Sean Michael Morris interviewed by National Public Radio, March 19, 2020

‘Panic-gogy’: Teaching Online Classes During the Coronavirus Pandemic Digital learning experts have some surprising advice: do less. Sean Michael Morris, senior instructor in the learning design & technology program at the University of Colorado Denver, says that in this unprecedented time. “Recognizing that we’re also human, we also have to figure this out together is […]

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COVID-19 and Managing Mental Health

  News of a widespread public health concern like COVID-19 (Coronavirus) can cause feelings of uncertainty and anxiety. Many students across the nation are dealing with sudden changes to their regular schedules and some are faced with having to quickly leave their campuses without contingency plans yet in place. These developments can be stressful. At […]

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Brad Hinson named CU Denver OER Champion

The University of Colorado is one of 23 Colorado institutions of higher education to receive grant funding from the Colorado Department of Higher Education (CDHE) for open education projects. This year, $1 million (http://masterplan.highered.colorado.gov/oer-in-colorado/) was awarded to 35 different grantees, among them: The University of Colorado Denver received $35,000 for ThinqStudio to establish an open […]

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CU Denver’s Bianco receives national teacher diversity research award

On February 27, Margarita Bianco, associate professor in the School of Education & Human Development, was presented with the 2020 Diversified Teaching Workforce (DTW) Teacher Diversity Research Award from the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) at their annual meeting in Atlanta, GA. Through the Pathways2Teaching program she founded, developed, directs, and maintains, […]

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Black Education Impact Conference Featured in CU Denver News

CU Denver hosted 62 youth and 20 adults on February 21 for the 2020 Black Education Impact Conference. High schoolers participated in career workshops and presentations themed around the topic: “Moving Beyond the Screen: Using the power of social media to promote higher education, social activism and community involvement.” The event was planned and orchestrated […]

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