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Topic Results: Community Impact

A major event

Under the new Event & Meeting Management program, students in its new senior experience course created a Gatsby-themed gala that benefitted those in need.

Downwinders sick more often, health survey says

First findings identify clusters of illness in communities near the former Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant.

A match made in heaven – and on the soccer field

How a private Catholic high school and a public university kick-started a partnership that would help both reach their goooooals!!!

Life isn’t always fair ... but education should be

Equity Assistance Center wins $8.5 million DOE grant to ensure that all students get a fair shake.

Breakfast of champions

Tickets are now available for the MLK Peace Breakfast and there is still time to nominate a deserving student or colleague for the Peace Award. 

International waters

To celebrate the launch of its international business degrees, the College of Business is hosting a shark tank-style event featuring entrepreneurs from the Caribbean and Latin America.

Nuestros Destinos: (Re)Claiming Space, Identity, Power

Symposium to highlight contemporary Manifest Destiny and gentrification in Denver’s Latino communities.

Big names, bigger discussions

The Denver Project for Humanistic Inquiry is bringing some impressive speakers to campus this fall, including Cornel West.

Class on a rooftop, or along a clean, available wall

Community Painting course allows art students to study and create the murals of Denver.

Denver is going to the extremes

MSU Denver and Tivoli Brewing Company partner at the first Festival International des Sports Extrêmes in North America.

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