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See what you missed

In case you weren’t able to make it to the Rachel B. Noel events last week, we put together a photo gallery for your viewing pleasure.

ICYMI: Noel events this week

Hear from Denver icons Wellington E. and Wilma J. Webb.

Distinguished legacy

To help mark the Rachel B. Noel Distinguished Visiting Professorship's 35th anniversary, former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb and Wilma Webb will be on campus and in the community March 2-3.

Distinguished visitors

Former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb and Wilma Webb have been selected as the 2016 Rachel B. Noel Distinguished Visiting Professors.

Janet Mock draws crowd for Rachel B. Noel Distinguished Visiting Professorship/Bridge Speaker event

Despite stormy weather, nearly 250 people gathered at the Tivoli Turnhalle last week to hear the author and transgender advocate.

Bestselling author and transgender rights activist selected as 2015 Rachel B. Noel Distinguished Professor

Janet Mock will speak to the campus community and sign copies of her book on Feb. 26, 2015.

Harris-Perry speaks on struggle, missing truths

Melissa Harris-Perry – MSNBC host, author and professor of political science – recently spoke to a campus audience of around 1,000 about struggle and missing truths. Click through for a summary of the event.

Noel lecture room change

The Rachel B. Noel Distinguished Visiting Professor lecture this Thursday, Feb. 27, has been moved to the P.E. Event Center due to increased interest.

Melissa Harris-Perry named 2014 Noel Professor

Author, professor and MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry has been selected to present the 2014 Rachel B. Noel Distinguished Visiting Professor lecture at MSU Denver on Feb. 27.

Noel distinguished professor offers blueprint for STEM education

Some teachers don’t expect students to succeed in science and math, says Freeman Hrabowski III, but don’t count him among them.

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