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College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at UC Denver
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Welcome Faculty and Staff

The College of Liberal Arts & Sciences provides opportunities, leadership, and administrative support for faculty and staff to grow in their scholarly and professional work.

CLAS supports the mechanisms and processes for research, teaching, working with students and conducting the day-to-day business of managing the college’s academic units.

Use the resources available here to support your scholarly efforts and to network for professional and academic development.

 

CLAS News from Deans' Notes

CLAS Deans' Notes Spotlight | September 15, 2016

TAKE THE SURVEY NOW to Help Redesign and Improve FCQs

Faculty on all CU campuses are being asked to help in redesigning the Faculty Course Questionnaire (FCQ) process and instrument for the CU System. FCQs are mandated by the Board of Regents as a measure of teaching effectiveness, but the present, paper-based FCQ process is both inefficient and resource-intensive.  A multi-campus team began working on this project this past summer and will continue their efforts through the 2016/17 academic year. The link www.colorado.edu/fcqredesign takes you to the website about the FCQ redesign project. On that website the team is asking that all faculty contribute by clicking the “Share Your Feedback and Ideas Now!” button and taking a quick survey.  Very few faculty have contributed, and your input is critical!


Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) Membership Available at No Cost

Individual membership in the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) is available at no cost to CU Denver and CU AMC faculty and staff under our Enhanced Institutional Membership, which was made possible by the Office of Research and the Office of Undergraduate Experiences.  The mission of The CUR is to support and promote high-quality undergraduate student-faculty collaborative research and scholarship in all disciplines, including the social sciences, arts, and humanities.  Individual members receive numerous benefits, including an electronic subscription to the CUR Quarterly; access to information on funding opportunities and other resources, including support for student travel to meetings; majors discounts to attend CUR conferences, dialogues, and workshops; free access to CUR hosted webinars; and mentoring or pre-submission proposal reviews from colleagues in the discipline. To register for individual membership under our enhanced ... Read More »


Laundau Subject of Emmy WinningFilm

StoryCorps short film Traffic Stop featuring  2014 Puksta Fellow and Communication alum Alex Landau received a 2016 Emmy Award for "New Approaches: Arts, Lifestyle and Culture.” In the film Landau, who is African American, recalls how he nearly lost his life following a traffic stop with the Denver police. He and his mother, Patsy, who is white, remember that night and how it changed them both forever.  The story can be seen (warning: contains racist language, discussion of police violence, and graphic imagery of assault injury) here.


Miller Named Millennial Spokesperson

Communication MA Student and Graduate Teaching Assistant Kiki Miller was recently selected to serve as a member of the CU Denver team of the National Millennial Community (NMC). The NMC is a select group of students who work with top executives across commercial, public, and NGO sectors to change the national conversation about Millennials.



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