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Deans' Notes News Archive | CLAS Students

First GRADCON a Great Success

On October 12, CU Denver’s Biology Club organized “GRADCON 2015” to introduce freshman, sophomores and juniors, as well as seniors, to graduate school in biology and biology-related fields.  Over 60 students attended.  There was a panel event (photo) that featured PhD, Masters and professional program directors and administrators from Anschutz. They were joined by a representative from Denver Health to talk about biomedical laboratory science certification. The panel event was followed by networking and individual advising.  Students agreed it was a success ... Read More »

New Dates for North Classroom Steam/Heat Outage

Campus Steam Outage dates have changed to October 1, 2015 through October 11, 2015, for repairs and maintenance to system during this timeframe. The previous schedule of 3 consecutive weekend outages (beginning September 25, 2015) is no longer valid. Please advise your teams and distribute accordingly. Send complaints, questions or concerns to Peter Candelaria, Project Manager | Facilities Services, Auraria Higher Education Center, 303.556.2708.

CU Denver Artworks Guild Offering FREE Open Life Drawing Classes

Open to the campus & Denver community (all are welcome) these classes will take place through the semester, Wednesdays, from 6:30 - 9:30 pm, in the Arts Building, Room 292 (second floor, enter southwest side). For more information contact: Mary K. Connelly, Associate Professor in the College of Arts and Media, at

COMIRB Review and Research Involving Human Subjects

As another new academic year approaches, and you (or your students) start thinking about new projects, please allow COMIRB to assist with your planning if the research will involve human subjects. If you are using systematic methods leading to generalizable findings, it is likely research that requires a review and approval from the IRB (i.e., COMIRB) prior to commencement - whether you are comparing different instructional techniques, curricula, or classroom management methods; administering surveys; or analyzing previously collected data, visual or audio recordings of people in the ... Read More »

CU Denver History Day in Colorado Celebrates Success at Nationals

The National History Day 2015 contest wrapped up on June 18, in College Park, MD, after 58 middle and highs school students from around Colorado competed with great success.  After exciting adventures (like a moonlight tour of the Capitals’ monuments, meetings with Senators Bennet and Gardner, and a trip to Mt. Vernon) the students represented their state with pride.

Housed in the History Department, the leadership for CU Denver History Day in Colorado wish to thank all the CLAS community for the continued support they received this year, and look forward to working with ... Read More »

Pre-Health Living Learning Community Students Host Cancer Survivor Celebration

Three promising Pre-Health Living and Learning Community (LLC) students have developed a new, inspiring event honoring women cancer survivors.  On Saturday, April 25, Gabrielle Engelmann, Christine Garcia, and Kaitlyn Nysather hosted the inaugural “Sister in Arms Celebration.” As part of the Pre-Health Living and Learning Community, students participate in a service-learning project over the fall and spring semesters.  As future health care providers, one of the goals of the student project is to demonstrate the difference between ... Read More »

Long Awaited Return of the English Department's Copper Nickel Realized

Copper Nickel was started in 2002 by Jake Adam York, Associate Professor in the Department of English and founder of CU Denver’s Creative Writing ProgramRead More »

RaCAS Celebrates the Work of CLAS Students

The 18th annual Research and Creative Activities Symposium (RaCAS) took place April 17, with over 200 students from both campuses presenting research projects and creative activities, re-energizing the event and recognizing the caliber of student research done at CU Denver. "The whole point is to showcase our students' scholarly activities," said Leo Bruederle, RaCAS Director and Associate Professor of Biology. "We're really trying to reach across both campuses and all schools and colleges. The intent is to be as inclusive as we can." You can read more Read More »

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Coya Lindberg

Coya Lindberg

Coya Lindberg, Outstanding Undergrad for May 2010, plans to become a family physician.

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Academic Advising, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Phone: 303-556-2555
Fax: 303-556-6277

Dean's Office, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Campus Box 144
P.O. Box 173364
Denver, CO 80217-3364

Phone: 303-556-2557
Fax: 303-556-4861