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Armed with doctorates, first graduating cohort set to fill education diversity void

Armed with doctorates, first graduating cohort set to fill education diversity void

When students from the first graduating Latinx cohort of the Doctor of Education Leadership for Educational Equity (EdD) program cross the commencement stage...
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CU Faculty Voices: Deliberately focusing on authenticity
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CU Faculty Voices: Deliberately focusing on authenticity

Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of commentaries by CU faculty, presented by the Faculty Council Communications Committee and CU Connections. Learn...
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LGBTQ faculty, staff, allies team for Something Queer 2018
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LGBTQ faculty, staff, allies team for Something Queer 2018

Attendees pose with a 30-by-50-foot rainbow flag at Something Queer 2018. Submitted by Edward Cannon, clinical associate professor, CU Denver School of...
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Education dean confers master’s degree on her daughter

Education dean confers master’s degree on her daughter

Maxine Martin was one of more than 1,200 new graduates honored on Saturday at CU Denver Fall Commencement 2017. But she was the only one who received her...
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The bilingual advantage

The bilingual advantage

You can count on your fingers the number of school psychology doctoral programs in the United States that offer a bilingual concentration. In Colorado, you...
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New cohort will cultivate Latino/a leadership in education

New cohort will cultivate Latino/a leadership in education

When Denver Latino/a community leaders Ron Cabrera and Frank Davila, who are also alums of CU Denver’s School of Education & Human Development (SEHD),...
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U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, left, with Rebecca Kantor, dean of the School of Education & Human Development, and CU Denver Chancellor Jerry Wartgow.

'Way Ahead of the Curve': U.S. Secretary of Education praises teacher-preparation programs in the School of Education & Human Development

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan said the University of Colorado Denver'sSchool of Education & Human Development (SEHD) is "way ahead of the curve"...
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Julia Cummings with her husband, Steve, and youngest son, Emerson.
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Philanthropy at Work: Julia Cummings

Julia Cummings is the director of marketing at the School of Education and Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver. She also is a two-time CU...
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World-renowned education scholar Rinaldi shares insights with campus community

Dean Rebecca Kantor and the School of Education & Human Development recently hosted a two-week visit by world-renowned education scholar Carlina Rinaldi,...
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Top five reasons veterans love the CU Heroes Clinic

Heidi Tyrrell, Tim Wienecke and Missy Garner at the Heroes Clinic. No. 1 It’s free If something sounds too good to be true, it often isn’t true, but the CU...
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Rising Leaders in Education program focuses on nurturing future teachers

As part of nurturing students to become teachers, the CU Denver School of Education and Human Development (SEHD) offers programs to develop, train and prepare...
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Colorado Diversity Golf Classic to benefit CU scholarships

The Colorado Diversity Golf Classic, founded by Stephen McMillon, is set for June 9 at Cherry Creek Country Club. This event, set to benefit CU Denver, is...
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Campus celebrates 40th anniversary, start of academic year with far-out party

Students peaced out as hippies, staff members channeled disco divas and neighborhood residents sported neon-framed sunglasses. Everyone got their groove on Aug...
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‘Brain Rules’ author speaking at free event

The School of Education and Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver in partnership with the Leach Family Fund are hosting a free event, "The...
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Five questions for Margarita Bianco

Even in high school, Margarita Bianco knew she wanted to be a teacher: Volunteer work with a young boy who had significant support needs piqued her interest in...
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Leadership program offered for early childhood educators

CU Denver’s School of Education and Human Development has joined the Temple Hoyne Buell Foundation and the Institute at Clayton Early Learning to offer an...
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Film premiere, fundraiser to launch teaching program at CU Denver

A film premiere will celebrate teachers who are University of Colorado students and alumni while helping to establish a new global-minded program at CU Denver...
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SEHD program working to increase diversity among K-12 teachers

In the United States, during recent decades, observers have noted that the student population in K-12 public schools has become more and more ethnically...
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School of Education and Human Development to be home of STEM network

Science classrooms across Colorado will soon awaken with opportunities to engage students and teachers like never before. Education networks from across the...
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Grant to help extend statewide reach of CU Denver’s Pyramid Plus

Pyramid Plus: The Colorado Center for Social Emotional Competence and Inclusion at the University of Colorado Denver is pleased to announce that it will expand...
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‘Power of Partnership’ ad campaign promotes connections to community

The University of Colorado Denver is moving forward with phase two of an advertising campaign featuring university "partnerships." It's called " The Power of...
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Merck grant enables creation of national model for experiential learning

From left, Bob Stowe, of the Michigan Science Center Association, Bill Thielke, a secondary science education student at the University of Colorado Denver, and...
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Equity in Education Film Fest coming to Auraria Campus

Anyone engaged in and affected by education reform is invited to take part in the Equity in Education Film Festival, set for Sept. 16 and 17 at the Starz...