Newsroom University of Denver (Faculty and Staff)

2018
July
02,
2018
In 75 years on this earth, Richard Quine will say he’s only really been one thing. His teenage years in a TV repair shop, his college degree, the pair of patents he holds all show the 40-year University of Denver professor is an electrical engine...
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June
07,
2018
For most people, college graduation is a fleeting experience. Years of work build into one day, and all at once, it’s over. But, work your way into the position of chief marshal, and the excitement can be yours three times every year. That’s the c...
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April
30,
2018
On Friday, April 20, as part of the HerDU 2018 Conference, six members of the DU community were honored for their roles in promoting and enhancing the University community by addressing the concerns of women, and going beyond their job responsibiliti...
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April
25,
2018
As Denver continues to grow, it can be difficult at times to get around town and to find parking, especially on campus. The University is excited to announce that car2go is now providing dedicated parking spaces on DU’s campus. Students, staff and fa...
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April
10,
2018
Daniel McIntosh, dean of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences at the University of Denver, has announced that Keith Ward will become the director of the Lamont School of Music this summer. The seventh director since Florence Lamont Hinman founded the s...
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April
09,
2018
Applicant Tracking System (ATS)- Final Demonstrations Shared Services is hosting a final round of demos with Cornerstone and Page Up People. For the final sessions, the vendors will focus on faculty hiring. Specifically, the vendors will highlight...
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March
29,
2018
Dear Friends, I write to share that University Chaplain Gary Brower has announced that he will be leaving DU at the end of June in order to move to the next phase of his career. For over a decade, Dr. Brower has supported members of the Univers...
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March
29,
2018
The Enrollment Division invites the DU community to watch presentations for each of the four candidates for the Associate Vice Chancellor and Director of Undergraduate Admission. The candidates have been asked to give a 15-minute presentation on enro...
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March
08,
2018
Dear Friends, I’m writing to inform you that Renell Wynn has decided to step down as Vice Chancellor for Communications and Marketing in order to pursue other opportunities. She will continue with the University through the end of this quarter. ...
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March
08,
2018
Performances of Hamilton began in Denver last week, and it opened to rave reviews from critics and audience members alike. The musical tells the life story of founding father Alexander Hamilton, from his arrival in the American colonies as a young ad...
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March
05,
2018
Human Resources and Inclusive Community (HRIC) needs your help to select DU's next system for performance management. Please join us for vendor demos to share your opinions.  All members of the University of Denver community are welcome to attend ...
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February
07,
2018
As a global university committed to inclusive excellence, DU has taken several steps to accommodate undergraduate and graduate students of many faiths. In an article for U.S. News & World Report, University Chaplain Gary Brower talked about the effor...
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January
29,
2018
Congratulations to the following faculty and staff members who received grants or contract awards during December 2017: Daniel Brisson, associate professor at the Graduate School of Social Work Grant from Arizona State University for "ASU...
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January
29,
2018
Denver has been in the news lately as one of the potential locations for Amazon’s second headquarters. In an article from USA Today, Daniel Brisson, executive director of GSSW’s Burnes Center on Poverty and Homelessness, cautions that not everyone wo...
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January
22,
2018
On January 11th, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) updated the income tax withholding tables for 2018 as the result of the recently passed tax legislation. Employers use these tables to determine how much tax to withhold from an employee’s paycheck....
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Tax
January
17,
2018
Last week, President Trump signed an executive order to provide mental health care for veterans transitioning to civilian life. Jacob Hyde, faculty director of the Sturm specialty in military psychology at the Graduate School of Professional Psycholo...
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January
16,
2018
You are cordially invited to the DU Queer Faculty & Staff Reception Thursday, Jan. 18 4-6 p.m. Renaissance Room, Mary Reed Building  Hey Queer-identified faculty and staff! Are you looking for more community on campus? Want to feel a l...
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January
16,
2018
DU's Programming board is collecting winter clothing and equipment for students to use during Winter Carnival. Donate gloves, hats, jackets, boots, helmets, goggles, scarves, pants, skis and snowboards, now through Jan. 31. Immediately following, ...
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January
10,
2018
Jan. 11, 2018 To: all faculty and staff at the University of Denver From: Brent Chrite, dean of the Daniels College of Business I am writing to inform you of the death of Robert Hannum last week. Hannum, professor of finance, had been a memb...
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January
10,
2018
Jan. 11, 2018 To: All faculty and staff From: Jennifer Karas, Vice Provost, Academic Programs Niki Latino, Associate Vice Chancellor, Division of Campus Life and Inclusive Excellence Corinne Lengsfeld, Vice Provost, Research and Graduate ...
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January
09,
2018
Jan. 9, 2018 To: University of Denver faculty, staff and students From: James Rosner, associate vice chancellor, Facilities Management and Planning The mission of Facilities Management and Planning is: Through exceptional customer service, w...
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January
09,
2018
Over the past year, Roddy MacInnes, associate professor of art and art history, has worked with his students on a project called Personal Histories Photography. In this interview with KUSA, MacInnes and his students describe the project which consist...
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January
08,
2018
Two inaugural DU Grand Challenges Scholars Grants have been awarded to faculty for community-engaged scholarship that will tackle issues that impact daily living in our communities. These grant awards are provided through DU Grand Challenges, a campu...
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January
04,
2018
Congratulations to the following faculty and staff members who received grants or contract awards during November 2017: James T. Blankenship, associate professor in the biological sciences department at the Division of Natural Sciences and Mat...
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2017
December
19,
2017
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has appointed a University of Denver Sturm College of Law professor to a board responsible for protecting investors and the public interest. J. Robert Brown Jr. will begin a five-year term on t...
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December
18,
2017
Dear faculty: We hope your winter break has started off well. We are writing to share important changes to the process of student delivery and instructor viewing of Letters of Approved Accommodation (LOAA). Students have also been notified, and...
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December
05,
2017
To: University of Denver faculty and staff From: Allan Wilson, director of Real Estate and Auxiliary Services Dan Slattery, Manager of Mail Services, is retiring after six and a half years of service to the University of Denver. Brandy LeBlanc,...
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December
04,
2017
DU faculty were in the media last week, discussing In-N-Out Burger opening restaurants in Colorado, ICE arresting undocumented immigrants at courthouses and arbitration in gender discrimination cases. Read more from H.G. Parsa, César Cuauhtémoc Garcí...
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November
29,
2017
The University is excited to announce the launch of the Public Impact Fellows program – an initiative to support University faculty in disseminating their scholarship and research to public venues. Public Impact Fellows will receive training, acce...
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November
28,
2017
DU faculty and staff were in the news last week, discussing our increasingly polarized political climate, how to make your charitable giving count and a lawsuit that contends a police department's policy on immigrants breaks New York state law. Read ...
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