Teacher Education Faculty, one position with responsibilities in Edwards and Glenwood Springs

Please see the job notice linked below and share it widely if you have promising graduate students or know others who’d love to teach in our beautiful mountain communities of Glenwood Springs and Edwards. This person will teach literacy courses in our Elementary Education program, which embeds the CLD endorsement for every graduate. https://coloradomtn.edu/teacher-education-faculty-one-position-with-responsibilities-in-edwards-and-glenwood-springs/ Please […]

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LYNX UP Launch Event – February 28

Would you like to… inspire the best and brightest students? help them cross the finish line to graduation? celebrate and encourage diversity on our campus in our communities? promote experiential learning opportunities like internships and study abroad? You can do all of these things and more by supporting scholarships at CU Denver. Join us as we launch LYNX UP, CU Denver’s campaign to […]

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SCEC sponsors Movie — Paper Tigers (Trauma Informed Classrooms in Action)

Here’s an opportunity to come together for networking, conversation, and professional development. Student Council for Exceptional Children will be showing the movie, Paper Tigers https://kpjrfilms.co/paper-tigers/ — it’ll discuss a bit about trauma informed classrooms in Walla Walla, WA. This is quite an opportunity to watch and discuss. Feel free to bring a friend or two. It’s a […]

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2018 Women’s Leadership Conference (WLC) – March 8, 2018

The 2018 Women’s Leadership Conference (WLC) will take place on March 8, 2018. The theme for the 2018 Conference is Leading Beyond the Binary. Our goal is to use this theme to interrogate and extend assumptions about both “gender” and “leadership”: How can we challenge norms about what constitutes “effective leadership”? What kinds of leadership […]

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SEHD’s new study abroad opportunity with Prof. Ruben Viramontez Anguiano featured in CU Denver TODAY

Dr. Ruben Viramontez Anguiano well understands the dilemmas faced by today’s aspiring first-generation college students. The son of immigrant parents and a former first-gen student himself, Anguiano learned how to navigate through the world of academic admissions, scholarships, and higher education classes to successfully earn his doctorate degree in human development and family studies. Ultimately, […]

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