Newsroom University of Denver (international)

2018
May
08,
2018
Students of a certain age can't help it: The lens through which they see Kenya is tinted with the colors of Walt Disney's palette. The east African nation that inspired “The Lion King” has gained notoriety and attracted tourists with its national par...
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May
04,
2018
If you ask soon-to-be graduate Jessi Lee how she ended up at the University of Denver’s Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP), she’ll give you a brief answer: “It was kismet!” A few years ago, the former New Yorker decided she had had eno...
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April
23,
2018
There are many reasons Madeleine Albright decided to write her sixth book, “Fascism: A Warning.” But in examining the history of oppressive, power-hungry regimes, it was impossible to ignore her own history — as the first female secretary of state an...
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April
18,
2018
At the University of Denver’s International House, members of the community filed in, ready to begin a two-hour dive into Swedish language and music. The course was free and open to the public, with only one prerequisite. “You will have to ...
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April
05,
2018
The happiest moment of Katie Brown’s life came in an Arapahoe County courtroom in March. A judge had just validated that her 100 hours of work and tedious, intensive preparation were worthwhile. The third-year student in the Sturm College o...
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February
21,
2018
Interterm courses are shorter, intensive experiences offered between each quarter. Registration for Spring interterm is now open. You can find more information, see a list of courses or register here. ...
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2017
November
30,
2017
A new interdisciplinary initiative at the University of Denver is tackling an issue that is impacting cities, states and countries all over the world, including Colorado. The Colorado Resilience Collaborative (CRC), which began as a concept in...
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October
19,
2017
Insects — whether it's crickets, locusts or ants — can be quite the pest. But for University of Denver alumna Wendy Lu McGill (MA ’12), they present an opportunity to cater to adventurous eaters looking to shake up their palette with an unusual b...
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April
20,
2017
Two grants from the Carnegie Corporation of New York are backing a distinct study into global peace and security by the Sié Chéou-Kang Center for International Security and Diplomacy at the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of Internatio...
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March
15,
2017
Some 8,000 miles away from the University of Denver campus, Ugandans are receiving the training they need to enter the workforce and improve their quality of life. The initiative — known as the Hospitality In-Service Training Program — is a partn...
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2016
October
28,
2016
Many DU students use summer break as an opportunity to travel the world, but most of them visit countries and continents for their own enjoyment as tourists. That’s not the case for students in the Graduate School of Professional Psychology’s Interna...
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October
13,
2016
Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the former prime minister of Denmark and former secretary general of NATO, will speak at the University of Denver on Monday, Oct. 17, from noon to 1:30 p.m. The free event, which is hosted by the Colorado European Union Cen...
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September
23,
2016
The University of Denver took time this week to celebrate the International Day of Peace. Campus Life and the Center for Multicultural Excellence hosted a variety of events around campus, including: an interfaith ceremony, an interfaith breakfast...
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September
19,
2016
The University of Denver will celebrate International Day of Peace this Wednesday with a variety of events themed around “Many Stories, One DU.” The event is being hosted by the division of Campus Life and Inclusive Excellence. The Internation...
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August
23,
2016
The devastating wildfires in California and flooding in Louisiana have forced thousands to evacuate from their homes and communities, many of which have been destroyed or severely damaged. The flooding in Louisiana, which has been referred to ...
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July
06,
2016
Speaking at a press conference July 5, FBI Director James Comey said that while Hillary Clinton’s actions were “extremely careless,” there is no “clear evidence” that she or her colleagues intentionally violated laws when the then secretary of st...
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