Newsroom University of Denver (Jennifer Greenfield)

2017
November
15,
2017
DU staff and faculty were in the media this week discussing a life-saving bone marrow donation, support for a new paid family leave act and President Trump's relationship with China's President Xi Jinping. Read more from Doug Booth, Jennifer C. Green...
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November
10,
2017
Jennifer Greenfield is an assistant professor in the Graduate School of Social Work. She has taught at the University of Denver since 2013. Greenfield's research focuses on the intersections of health and wealth disparities among working women, espec...
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January
17,
2017
Jennifer Greenfield is an assistant professor in the Graduate School of Social Work. She has taught at the University of Denver since 2013. Greenfield's research focuses on the intersections of health and wealth disparities among working women, espec...
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2016
October
14,
2016
The population of adults who are 65 and older in the United States is rapidly growing. The U.S. Census Bureau says this segment makes up nearly 15 percent of the total population, an increase of 2 percent from 2010. “Directly impacted by the aging...
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September
13,
2016
In November, Colorado voters will be asked whether the minimum wage in the state should be raised to $12 an hour. Currently, Colorado’s minimum wage is $8.31 an hour. If approved, Amendment 70 would raise the minimum wage in increments until it r...
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