Deans' Notes News Archive | CLAS Students
- SAVE THE DATE: CLAS Dean's Awards Reception, May 8
9:00am – 11:00 am
LSC Terrace Room
This is our annual CLAS awards reception where the Dean honors our outstanding faculty and students for their teaching, research, service and other academic accomplishments. The Dean also recognizes at this reception our CLAS outstanding staff member and any retiring faculty and staff in the college. Light refreshments will be served.
For more information contact Karen J. Fennell, Executive Assistant to the Dean at 303.556.2624.
- SAVE THE DATE: Cultivating Food Justice Symposium, April 10
1:00pm – 5:00pm
LSC Terrace Room
The Cultivating Food Justice: A Community and University Engagement symposium will give voice to the diversity of life and struggle of those who grow, pick, transport, cook, or lack adequate access to food. Diverse groups (minorities, the elderly, and the poor) are disproportionately affected by an inequitable food system that results in hunger, food insecurity, food related diseases, and poor working conditions. As awareness of human rights, exploitation, and discrimination within the food system increases, food ... Read More »
- SAVE THE DATE: FACULTY AND STAFF TALENT SHOW
April 2, 2015
5:00 – 7:00 pm
Lawrence Street Center Terrace Room
WE NEED YOUR TALENTS!!! Interested in performing? Please contact Tracy Kohm with a brief description of your act… No talent too big, no talent to small!
Ticket sale information coming in February (with proceeds going towards CLAS student scholarships)
For information contact Tracy Kohm at firstname.lastname@example.org
- SAVE THE DATE: Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education (CAEE) Annual Conference March 27-28
CLAS students and faculty interested in any aspects of environment, science, and/or education can mark their calendars for the Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education (CAEE) Annual Conference, to be held in the North Classroom, March 27-28, 2015. Participants in the conference come from a variety of backgrounds and experience levels including: environmental educators, school teachers/administrators, interpreters, higher education professors/students/administrators, youth group leaders, scientists, ... Read More »
- New Deadline 11/10: Outstanding Graduate Student Nominations
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is currently soliciting nominations for Outstanding Graduate Students from the College. PLEASE NOTE: nominating packets are now due electronically to John Wyckoff by 5 p.m. on November 10th, NOT November 12th (as earlier reported).
Departments may submit nominations for only one individual to each of two categories: Masters (MA, MS, MHUM, MSS, MIS) and Ph.D. Nominees must have graduated in August or plan to graduate at the end of the current semester. Packets must include the following items in electronic form. Paper applications will not be ... Read More »
- Parking Update for Fall – 5th Street Garage Now Open
The Auraria 5th Street Garage is now open, adding an additional 925 parking spots to campus. It features covered motorcycle parking and electric car charging stations. The garage, at the corner of Walnut and 5th Streets, will be fully automated at $4.50 per day. Customers do not need to return to their cars to display a ticket on the dashboard. Instead, customers pay in advance at payment stations using their vehicle's license plate number. The 5th Street Garage is also part of the Gold Passport Program, and is the first covered parking option to be included in the Silver Passport Program. ... Read More »
- Dates for 2014-2015 CU Preview Days Announced
As preparations ramp up for fall 2015 undergraduate recruitment, of particular significance is the on-campus experience prospective students have when they interact with faculty, staff and current students during Preview CU Denver Days. Last year the Preview CU Denver model was launched and prospective student response was overwhelmingly positive. To better serve the number of undergraduate students interested in exploring the benefits of attending CU Denver, Preview CU Denver dates have been reserved for fall 2014 & spring 2015:
Sep 26 - ... Read More »
- Poli Sci Goes Behind-the-Scenes with GOP Superstars at the Western Conservative Summit
A group from the CU Denver Political Science Department received an exclusive behind-the scenes look at the inner workings of the political system at this year’s Western Conservative Summit. Presented by the Centennial Institute, the Summit played host to some of the GOP’s biggest names, like Governor Sarah Palin, Dr. Ben Carson, Governor Bobby Jindal, Senator Ted Cruz, and more. Each of the members of the CU Denver group received backstage and media passes to gain all-inclusive access for the entirety of the weekend. ... Read More »