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And the winner is …

July 30, 2015

Social work student Ann Slavkin wins a prestigious scholarship and aims to help those in need.

Kudos

July 30, 2015

This week, we give kudos to Met Media's Noticiero TVMET and the Colorado Assistance Migrant Program.

Successful dress

July 30, 2015

Research suggests that what you wear can influence the way you work.

Down the “Rabbit Hole”

July 29, 2015

KMET Radio’s morning show is gearing up to break a Guinness World Record while fighting hunger in the process.

Kevin Kuhlmann interviewed about new restrictions on SkyWest Airlines

July 29, 2015

The local and national media rely on MSU Denver’s faculty experts when reporting on the latest news.

Playing with poison

July 28, 2015

Associate Professor of Chemistry April Hill worked on the Denver Museum of Nature and Science’s newest exhibit, “The Power of Poison.”

Learning and Teaching with Technology Conference

July 28, 2015

Faculty and staff will present at the annual event next week.

National and local media showcase faculty expertise

July 27, 2015

Our faculty members serve as experts on the latest news developments, including most recently, the Greek economic crisis and the significance of the Confederate flag.

MSU Denver site of AP Summer Institute

July 27, 2015

The annual event draws educators from across the U.S. and the world to learn best practices in Advanced Placement instruction.

Scoop of a lifetime

July 23, 2015

With wisdom acquired at MSU Denver as a guiding light, alumnus Michael Ocrant helped expose Bernie Madoff’s deeply layered Ponzi scheme.

First-class educator

July 23, 2015

Antonio Ledesma was one of MSU Denver’s first students; today he’s one of its longest-serving professors.

Multifaceted leadership

July 23, 2015

Quality leaders can be both extroverts and introverts. 

Winning! Discount tickets to USA Pro Challenge

July 22, 2015

The bike race is back for a fifth year, and MSU Denver students, faculty and staff can get VIP tickets at discounted rates.

Kudos

July 22, 2015

We extend kudos this week to Luis Torres.

Jill Adams interviewed about “Go Set a Watchman”

July 22, 2015

The local and national media rely on MSU Denver’s faculty experts when reporting on the latest news.

International presence

July 21, 2015

An MSU Denver team presents its engineering project at a prestigious conference in China.

What’s in a username?

July 21, 2015

Information Technology Services is rebranding all MSU Denver usernames as MSU Denver “NetIDs,” or Network Identifiers.

In memory

July 20, 2015

Professor Emeritus James Downs, who served on the College of Business faculty until his retirement in 2003, has died.

Open-air art fest

July 20, 2015

The Center for Visual Art was the site of a joint celebration on Friday that marked MSU Denver’s 50th anniversary and the CVA’s 25th.

Anniversary bench marks

July 16, 2015

Several creations by MSU Denver industrial design students were unveiled at a joint event marking the 50th anniversaries of the University and Larimer Square.

Kudos

July 16, 2015

This week we extend kudos to Lisa Abendroth and the spring 390M Theatre Performance class.

Pushing positivity

July 16, 2015

A simple “thank you” can go a long way.

OWL lifts campers to new heights

July 15, 2015

MSU Denver is hosting OpenWorld Learning's summer Tech Camps for the sixth consecutive year.

Fall Fest 2015

July 15, 2015

Registration is now open for this year’s Fall Fest, to be held Sept. 16-17 on the Auraria Campus.

Robert Hancock interviewed about West Nile clinical trial

July 15, 2015

The local and national media rely on MSU Denver’s faculty experts when reporting on the latest news.

Anthony Grant named director of athletics

July 14, 2015

Grant will start on Aug. 17 subject to approval by MSU Denver’s Board of Trustees.

New director for CAVEA

July 14, 2015

Sarah Harman will join the University community on July 15.

Students will SOAR for years to come

July 14, 2015

While Project SOAR is concluding in its current form, new grants and partner support can help address Colorado's diverse STEM workforce needs.

Rowdy services to be improved

July 14, 2015

ITS will replace the Rowdy server with multiple agile technologies.

Scheduled maintenance on July 17

July 14, 2015

ITS will perform scheduled network maintenance from midnight-6:30 a.m.

Have a new academic program?

July 1, 2015

New academic programs require several levels of internal and external review before being published in the University Catalog.

Shared Governance Task Force's final report

July 13, 2015

The entire MSU Denver community is encouraged to read the report, which is now online.

En route

July 13, 2015

Ian Briley discovered MSU Denver through an aviation class offered in his high school; this fall he’ll take the next step toward becoming a pilot.

Tutoring Center tests satellite locations

July 13, 2015

The University is providing additional locations for students wanting academic assistance.

Lift off

July 9, 2015

MSU Denver students gain hands-on experience in STEM fields as they prep for an upcoming rocket launch.

Tuberculosis investigation closed

July 9, 2015

Denver Public Health investigators found no evidence of tuberculosis exposure at MSU Denver in April.

MSU Denver to celebrate with Larimer Square

July 9, 2015

Commemorative benches, murals and banners will debut on July 11 to mark the 50th anniversaries of MSU Denver and Larimer Square.

Kudos

July 9, 2015

We extend kudos to Jo Bailey and Jeff Helton this week.

Combating conflict

July 9, 2015

Workplace conflict is inevitable. The key to combating it is knowing how to approach it.

Comings and goings

July 8, 2015

Get the scoop on the new faces around campus and learn who has recently departed MSU Denver.

Dual celebration

July 8, 2015

The entire MSU Denver community is invited to a joint celebration on July 17 at the Center for Visual Art.

From a founding father

July 8, 2015

MSU Denver got a shout out in the Denver Post from former Colorado Gov. Roy Romer, one of several legislators who helped establish the University in the 1960s.

Nicolas Cachanosky interviewed about Greek debt crisis

July 8, 2015

The local and national media rely on MSU Denver’s faculty experts when reporting on the latest news.

Cash management

July 7, 2015

The Bursar's Office has updated its cash management policies.

Something’s brewing

July 7, 2015

A student video project documents the restoration of the Tivoli brewery.

Faculty and staff to benefit from new file sharing solution

July 7, 2015

The Y drive is getting an upgrade.

Path to preeminence

July 6, 2015

MSU Denver kicks off the process for re-accreditation.

50th anniversary begins with a bang

July 6, 2015

The annual Independence Eve celebration in Civic Center Park marked the start of a yearlong celebration of MSU Denver’s 50th year.

Wondering about MSU Denver's policies and procedures?

July 6, 2015

You'll find them in the Handbook for Professional Personnel.

Temporary incident report form

July 6, 2015

While a new system for reporting potential violations of the Student Code of Conduct is installed, a temporary form makes reporting seamless.

Words matter

July 2, 2015

What you say – and read – can affect your entire day.

Film series offers fact and fiction

July 2, 2015

Assistant Professor of English and Film Studies Vincent Piturro developed the Science Fiction Film Series in partnership with the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.

Winston Grady-Willis interviewed about race in wake of Charleston shootings

July 1, 2015

The local and national media continue to rely on MSU Denver’s faculty experts when reporting on the latest news.

Inside the cabinet

July 1, 2015

Monday’s President’s Cabinet meeting included discussions about the Shared Governance Task Force's recommendations and the University’s updated Workplace Bullying Policy.

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