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From military service to CU Denver: Meet our student veterans

An Air Force veteran who hopes to become an immunologist and a former Navy hospital corpsman who is studying business administration are just two of the 1,958...
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Seven faculty honored for work that impacts city of Denver at 2022–23 TIAA Chancellor’s Urban Engaged Scholars reception

One of CU Denver’s strategic goals is to become internationally known for its research and creative works, and that starts right in our own backyard with this...
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Five takeaways from Chancellor Marks’ conversation with the Mandela Washington Fellowship Leaders

On July 8, Chancellor Michelle Marks joined 23 bright leaders from Africa for a Q&A-style conversation about leadership, higher education, and...
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City living: CU Denver and Colorado Smart Cities Alliance partnership addresses growing need for urban solutions

As the state’s only public urban research university and a premiere partner to the Colorado Smart Cities Alliance, CU Denver is providing research, education,...
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Race day in photos: CU Denver sponsors iconic Colfax Marathon

What better way to end a successful Commencement weekend than by participating in one of the country’s largest marathons alongside more than 30,000 people from...
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CU Denver Commencement: ‘Follow your heart, rely on your education’

CU Denver Commencement: ‘Follow your heart, rely on your education’

Alum Thomas Evans, aka Detour, delivered a powerful speech on his career path to renowned muralist at CU Denver’s first in-person Commencement ceremony in...
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Five takeaways from April 21 virtual town hall

Chancellor Michelle Marks kicked off an April 21 town hall by acknowledging the hard work of faculty and staff during a hectic point in the spring 2022...
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CU Denver names internationally acclaimed SmithGroup as design firm for new engineering, design and computing building

As plans for the university’s new engineering, design and computing building progress, Chancellor Michelle Marks used one word to describe the project:...
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Four takeaways from March 10 Community Conversations: Equity-serving institution

If one thing was made clear during the March 10 Community Conversation, it’s that becoming an equity-serving institution is a top priority and collective...
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College of Architecture and Planning exhibit honors Colorado’s first licensed Black architect

For the first time in two years, students, faculty, and staff gathered in-person for the grand opening of CAP’s latest exhibition at its second floor gallery...
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Sustainable campus: CU Denver adds composting bins to buildings

CU Denver is taking additional steps to reduce its carbon footprint and become a more eco-friendly campus—thanks to its students. When Lynx return in-person to...
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CU Denver alum Rep. Iman Jodeh encourages fall 2021 graduates to celebrate achievements, contribute to a better world

CU Denver alum Rep. Iman Jodeh encourages fall 2021 graduates to celebrate achievements, contribute to a better world

Colorado Rep. Iman Jodeh, D-Aurora, a CU Denver alum and the Fall 2021 Commencement keynote speaker, asked roughly 1,400 graduates seated before her at the Dec...
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City Heights Residence Hall and Learning Commons

City Heights Residence Hall and Learning Commons opens doors Aug. 12

After nearly two years of construction in the heart of the Auraria Campus, a highly anticipated addition to CU Denver is officially complete—on time and on...
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Leading University Communications into a new era

Leading University Communications into a new era

Four months into her role as vice chancellor of University Communications, Marie Williams brings fresh perspectives and big ideas to her department and the CU...
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Together again: Cross the Quad celebrates graduates

Together again: Cross the Quad celebrates graduates

For the first time in over a year, CU Denver’s downtown campus came alive with the energy of hundreds of ecstatic graduates, decked in caps and gowns and...
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Town Hall recap: Chancellor Marks provides hopeful outlook on fall semester and updates on robust campuswide initiatives

Town Hall recap: Chancellor Marks provides hopeful outlook on fall semester and updates on robust campuswide initiatives

On May 4, Chancellor Michelle Marks hosted the final town hall of the 2020-21 academic year to provide an update on the fall semester, as well as several...
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Creating a roadmap for CU Denver’s next 10 years

Creating a roadmap for CU Denver’s next 10 years

Hear from some of the CU Denver community members behind the scenes of the 2030 Strategic Planning Process
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Town Hall addresses CU Denver’s future, campus vaccine distribution

Town Hall addresses CU Denver’s future, campus vaccine distribution

In the first town hall of 2021, Chancellor Michelle Marks delivered candid opening remarks on CU Denver’s perseverance through national struggles of a pandemic...
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Equity Task Force forms to address core challenges at CU Denver

Equity Task Force forms to address core challenges at CU Denver

Q&A with Co-Chairs Antwan Jefferson, Associate Clinical Professor, School of Education and Human Development and John Ronquillo, Assistant Professor,...
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Town Hall addresses faculty, staff concerns and plans for spring 2021

Town Hall addresses faculty, staff concerns and plans for spring 2021

Roughly 390 faculty and staff attended an Oct. 13 virtual town hall to hear from campus leaders on pressing issues such as budget, academic and mental health...
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In-person instruction: Adaptability is key

In-person instruction: Adaptability is key

Jessica McGaugh, an instructor in the College of Arts & Media (CAM), is one of several faculty members who are teaching in person on campus this semester...
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Presidential initiative supports urban and place-based research

Presidential initiative supports urban and place-based research

To support faculty pursuing urban and place-based research and creative work, the CU Denver deans are proud to announce a new Presidential Initiative Seed...
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CU Denver launches redesigned university and student services websites

CU Denver launches redesigned university and student services websites

This July, website visitors—including current and prospective students and their families, faculty, staff—will have an improved experience when they visit the...
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Chancellor Marks

Looking ahead with CU Denver’s incoming chancellor

Times remain uncertain in the era of COVID-19, but Michelle Marks looks forward to the day she can relocate from Virginia to downtown Denver and immerse...

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