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At a standing-room-only ceremony on May 10, Dean Daniel J. Howard announced the winners of the college awards for 2012-2013. The highest honor, the Outstanding Faculty Achievement Award, was presented to Sonja K. Foss of the Communication Department. Foss ... Read More »
Please alert interested students that The Latino Research and Policy Center (LRPC) of the Colorado School of Public Health has been awarded a grant from the Ford Foundation to explore the use of social media to influence policy maker decision making related to sexual and reproductive rights ... Read More »
In Washington D.C. this month, nearly 150 teachers from 38 separate states represented the National Writing Project by visiting the offices of their state senators and representatives. Armed with the message that the Denver Writing Project’s model works and it deserves support, the small ... Read More »
Annually, Geography and Environmental Sciences (GES) awards a scholarship to a junior or senior geography major. This year, GES had so many exceptional applicants; they gave out six scholarship awards in the amount of $1,000.00 each.
GES is very proud of this year's recipients of the ... Read More »
For one week each summer, the Denver Writing Project hosts the Young Writer's Camp on the Auraria Campus. This camp is geared toward Colorado students, going into grades 5-12, who love writing and would like an opportunity to hone the craft, workshop with professional writers, and meet other ... Read More »
Members of the Communication Department from Denver and Beijing participated widely in the annual meeting of the Western States Communication Association (WSCA) in Reno, Nevada, from February 15-19, 2013. Dr. Brian L. Ott, Associate Chair of Communication, was honored as the President-Elect of ... Read More »
The Auraria Library will host a special exhibit until Wednesday, March 20, to commemorate the lives of Japanese Americans who were detained during World War II in a southeast Colorado camp in the city of Granada, known as the Amache Japanese Internment Camp. “Connecting the Pieces: ... Read More »
The Five Fridges Farm is a Field Research Station of the Geography and Environmental Sciences (GES) department, and this summer Steve Cochenour (formerly of Colorado State’s Organic Agriculture CSA program) will be running a CSA program from the farm. Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) ... Read More »
Coya Lindberg, Outstanding Undergrad for May 2010, plans to become a family physician.
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