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CU Denver Programs Rank Among Top 100 in the U.S. News 2022 Best Graduate Schools

In U.S. News & World Report’s latest announcement, several CU Denver programs ranked in the top 100 for Best Graduate Schools of 2022. Programs include those from CU Denver’s School of Education & Human Development, College of Engineering, Design, and Computing, Business School, School of Public Affairs, and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.


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New Children’s Book Tackles Microaggressions, Identity, Belonging

University of Colorado Denver education luminary, Maria Uribe PhD '04, recently published “Is There Something Wrong With Me?,” a children’s book aimed at instilling empathy around identity and belonging. Inspired by her work in public school leadership, coupled with the tragic death of George Floyd last summer, Uribe is hopeful her book will shine light on the impact microaggressions have on children, adults, and society. 


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Criminal Justice Series: Drug Enforcement

| 05:30 PM - 06:30 PM
Cost/fee: Free
Two guest speakers talk about different aspects of drug enforcement. These speakers will provide engaging and informative presentations based on their professional experience. Sergeant John Sherrill of the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office will talk about drug identification and classification, current drug trends, marijuana and its legalization, narcotics and meth lab investigations, and under cover operations. He will talk about cases in which he was involved. James Smith retired after a 36-year career with the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office. He will discuss managing a multi-jurisdictional drug enforcement task force for a suburban agency.
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