Students are often the ones talked about but not the ones talking. I hope we can flip the system so that students would be at the centre of the conversation.” Sean Michael Morris, senior instructor in Learning Design and Technology,
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Denver’s program to house people who were homeless was so successful, the federal government is offering millions more to expand it November 19, 2021 – Five years ago, Denver made a list of people most often involved with jail, detox
First-Gen Faculty Have Advice for First-Gen Students Not only does CU Denver have a lot of first-gen students, we also have quite a few first-gen faculty, including Clinical Assistant Professor Robin Brandehoff, PhD, who teaches in the School of Education & Human
Helping Veterans navigate the sometimes difficult pathway to mental health: A combat veteran, a daughter of a combat veteran and renowned PTSD expert share their experiences and offer advice November 11, 2021 – According to the Veteran’s Administration approximately 22
Empowering My Students, Empowering Myself Learn how this Denver teacher is challenging social constructs and the educational status quo with hard work, passion and empathy. Read the full article on TEACH Colorado
Ed Cannon and his husband are featured in a Visit Denver Ad called “Base Camp Denver: Mountains to Murals,” which highlights how close the mountains are to the city.
The Major Shifts in Education with Scott McLeod This week, we spoke with Scott McLeod, who is a Professor of Educational Leadership at the University of Colorado Denver. Scott McLeod, J.D., Ph.D., is widely recognized as one of the nation’s
In anticipation of his opening keynote at the OEB Conference in Berlin this December, Sean Michael Morris—senior instructor in Learning Design and Technology—has published a short article reflecting on resilience and hope. “Resilience is not something one has,” Morris writes.
Denver’s Chicano Movement & the Espinoza Gang—Then and Now Associate Professor Manuel Espinoza, PhD, teaches in CU Denver’s School of Education & Human Development, focusing on educational dignity. He founded the Right to Learn Undergraduate Research Collective in 2007, which researches the historical and legal origins of educational rights. Born and