Auraria Library is collecting, promoting, and preserving presentations from the CU Denver Research and Creative Activities Symposium! The Auraria Institutional Repository (AIR) is a digital library of the intellectual and creative output of faculty, staff, and students from the three Auraria Campus institutions. AIR serves as a central location for the secure storage, preservation, curation, and free dissemination of campus-produced open access and copyrighted works. Naturally, your participation is not mandatory, but is highly recommended, as deposition in the Repository ensures the long-term preservation of your intellectual output, widens its exposure, and identifies it as a crucial part of teaching, learning, and information access within the Auraria Campus community and beyond.
CUR Psychology Division Student Travel Awards
Faculty mentors may nominate undergraduate students to receive up to $250 for students to travel to present original psychological research results at a regional or national, discipline-specific meeting. Visit the information page for the description of the eligibility criteria, application process, and selection criteria.
DEADLINE: February 15, 2017, for meetings held after February 15.