Category: Of Interest

  • 2025 AERA Annual Meeting Call for Submissions Is Now Open

    We are pleased to officially inform you that the AERA 2025 Annual Meeting Call for Submissions is now available on the AERA website. We encourage you to consider a paper or session submission to a division, special interest group (SIG), or committee that best aligns with your research interests. The deadline for submissions is 11:59 pm,…

  • HR Tip- Faculty contract payment elections can be made in the employee portal until July 12, 2024

    Dear faculty members: The contract selection period for the 2024-25 academic year is now open. If you would like to change your election from 9-pay-9 to 9-pay-12 or vice versa, the election form will be available in the UCD Access Portal from May 1 – July 12, 2024. If you do not choose a schedule, it will…

  • ASCD+ISTE Leaders Meetup June 19-21

    Educators everywhere are invited to the Summer Southwest Leaders Meetup Wednesday through Friday, June 19-21 at Lewis Palmer High School in Colorado Springs! There is no better way to kick off your summer making your health and wellness a priority, making the most of this unique event supporting professional learning, relationship-building and memory-making! This is a unique grassroots opportunity…

  • Alan’s Retirement Party

    Sunday, May 26, 2024 2:00-4:00 Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder 5001 Pennsylvania Ave., Boulder, CO 80303 Hosted by Courtney Donovan Message from the Host: This party is come-and-go providing us all a chance to be together, laugh, tell stories, and celebrate Alan’s career in the Research and Evaluation Methods program at CU Denver.  No gifts, just…

  • ED Review (05/10/24)

      ADDRESSING COLLEGE EVENTS On May 2, President Biden offered remarks on recent events on college campuses.  “We’ve all seen the images, and they put to the test two fundamental American principles,” he said.  “The first is the right to free speech and for people to peacefully assemble.  The second is the rule of law.  Both…

  • Pocket PD from SEHD’s Digital Teaching and Learning Committee

    Curious about AI in teaching? Wondering what teaching tools others are using? Looking to find new digital teaching and learning resources? SEHD’s Digital Teaching and Learning (DTL) Committee would like to let you know about a new Canvas resource that is available to you. Pocket PD is meant to be a place for faculty to…

  • ED Review (04/26/24)

    TITLE IX REGULATIONS Last week, the Department released its final regulations under Title IX, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs or activities receiving federal financial assistance.  This rule promotes educational equity and opportunity for students across the country, as well as accountability and fairness, while empowering and supporting students and families…

  • Soliciting Story Ideas for Fascinating Student Summer Experiences

    Have SEHD students told you that they are planning to embark on unique and engaging experiences that enhance their educational journey this summer? The University Communications team would love to reach out to some of those students now so they can share some of their moments over the summer on our social media channels. The…

  • RTD Downtown Rail Project

    The RTD Downtown Rail project, which will have some impacts on those on campus who use the rail and bus systems, is set to begin in mid-May. RTD is working with those impacted to provide information, resources, and wayfinding alternatives as the project will continue through September. A live virtual Q&A session with RTD officials…

  • Final Call! Grant Writing Workshop Series

    Final call! Are you interested in further developing your grant writing skills? This two session hybrid series (Thursday April 25th and Monday April 29th from 12-2pm) will focus on grant writing tips, tricks, and resources. Information about how to write an application that aligns with a Request for Proposals, tips and tricks to make the writing process…