Ronald E. McNair: Post-baccalaureate Achievement Program

Ronald E. McNair : Post-baccalaureate Achievement Program Taking Research to New Heights The McNair program prepares eligible students for doctoral studies through involvement in research and other scholarly activities. Participants are from disadvantaged backgrounds and have demonstrated strong academic potential. McNair works closely with participants as they complete their undergraduate requirements. CU Denver’s TRiO program encourages […]

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Chancellor’s Diversity Showcase – October 22

University of Colorado Denver Chancellor’s Diversity Showcase Lola & Rob Salazar Student Wellness Center October 22, 2018 4-6 PM Contact Person: brenda.j.allen@ucdenver.edu This event is for CU Denver faculty, staff, and students.  The purpose of the event is to present and celebrate the wide variety of programs, initiatives, services, research, etc. that help to accomplish our priority to enhance diversity […]

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SEHD Social Media Workshops for Faculty and Doctoral Students

Do you wish you knew more about social media? Would you like to use Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat, blogs, and other digital platforms to increase your visibility and reach as an educator and scholar? Scott McLeod and Heather Johnson are facilitating a series of four social media workshops for SEHD faculty and […]

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EUReCA! Fellows Program: Supporting Undergraduate Research, Creative, and Other Scholarly Activities

The EUReCA! Fellows Program is a highly competitive grants-in-aid program that provides a small number of CU Denver undergraduates with a stipend to conduct original research, creative, or other scholarly activity in the field of their declared major under the supervision of a CU Denver or CU AMC faculty mentor — funds are available for […]

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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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Important Information Clarifying Steps for the EdD Doctoral Research Project

We’re getting some questions from students and faculty about the DRP process, timelines, permissions, etc. While the info is “out there” in handbooks, workshop materials from fall semester, and update memos I’ve sent out as we’ve gotten more info from districts, etc., I thought it would be helpful to develop a current “FAQ Sheet” to […]

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HASTAC Open Course: Black Listed: African American Writers & the Cold War Politics of Integration, Surveillance, Censorship, and Publication

HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory) Join Professors Shelly Eversley (Baruch College, CUNY) and Cathy N. Davidson (Graduate Center CUNY), along with Futures Initiative Fellow Allison Guess, for an open, public course: “Black Listed: African American Writers and the Cold War Politics of Integration, Surveillance, Censorship, and Publication.” “Black Listed” is not […]

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