MSU Denver President Stephen Jordan will bring a recommendation for Department Chair evaluations to the Board of Trustees at its May 2014 meeting.
Eleven buildings have new network switches that support a gigabit link.
Information Technology Services will perform scheduled maintenance on MSU Denver’s Banner systems.
Educators from around the state got lessons about water at MSU Denver earlier this month as part of Project WET: Water Education for Teachers.
Katherine Archuleta (elementary education, ’71), the highest-ranking Latina in the Obama administration, spoke to MSU Denver students about federal employment opportunities.
The bipartisan bill to revamp Colorado’s funding formula for its state colleges and universities won preliminary House approval late last week.
MSU Denver is hosting the Veterans Affairs Eastern Colorado Health Care System’s Veterans Creative Arts Festival through April 25 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in MSU Denver’s CREATE Showroom (Room 120) in the Student Success Building.
Kerrie Dallman, president of the Colorado Education Association (CEA), will discuss issues affecting Colorado teachers and teacher educators at the TED Educational Policy Committee meeting on Tuesday, April 22, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in West Classroom 259.
The Office of Student Media will host professional media training workshops in April and May. Workshops are free and open to the public.
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Auraria campus students voted earlier this month to extend the bus and light rail pass program from August 18, 2014 through August 16, 2015.
When baseball fan Jane Broida, a professor in the Department of Health Professions, learned that kids in Cartagena, Colombia, lacked baseball equipment to start a youth league, she decided to do something about it.
The Veteran Leader Corps office at MSU Denver joined the 2014 Rocky Mountain Peace Jam conference held at Regis University in March and delivered donated clothing to the local veterans hospital.
The MSU Denver Department of Nursing has been approved by the Sigma Theta Tau International board of directors for membership in the Alpha Kappa Chapter-at-Large of the Honor Society of Nursing
We extend kudos this week to faculty, staff and students who continue to distinguish themselves and MSU Denver through their accomplishments.