Archive for November, 2012

‘Tis the season for DU holiday events

‘Tis the season for DU holiday events

Though students leave for winter break in late November, the University of Denver still is abuzz with holiday activities and Pioneer athletic events between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Ten local and national groups will perform holiday shows at the Newman Center for the Performing Arts throughout November and December, and four […]

University of Denver Strategic Issues Program tackles campaign finance

The 2012 election season culminated with the most expensive presidential campaign in history, thrusting the issue of campaign finance into the spotlight.

University of Denver Memorial to Commemorate, Remember Kristallnacht

As the world pauses to reflect on the human tragedy of Kristallnachtt, the University of Denver is announcing the installation of memorial screens

Business students explore integrity and values at Ethics Boot Camp

Today’s college students are no strangers to ethics scandals. They’ve grown up with headlines chock full of them. Think Enron. Lance Armstrong. Penn State. Such debacles, says Corey Ciocchetti, an associate professor of business ethics and legal studies in the Daniels College of Business, represent a serious problem that needs […]

University of Denver to host Election 2012 recap featuring nationally-known political scientists

Leaders in the field of the study of political campaigns will provide an Election 2012 recap at a panel discussion on Friday, Nov. 9 at the University of Denver’s Craig Hall

Yearbooks, photos and more archived on new Digital DU site

Yearbooks, photos and more archived on new Digital DU site

There’s a lot of official University history available for perusal at the new Digital DU website: archival photographs, meeting minutes, media guides. But for those who want a more authentic glimpse at what was going on at the University during any given year, the site’s collection of digitized yearbooks is […]

BBC, Al Jazeera on guest list for University’s election-night party

For the second time this fall, international media organizations will use the University of Denver as the backdrop for their coverage and analysis of the 2012 presidential race. And regardless of what results trickle in as they broadcast live from the University’s presidential election-night watch party—5 p.m. to midnight Nov. […]

Women’s College releases results of national leadership study

It’s been nearly 50 years since the passage of the Equal Pay Act and 49 years since Title VII of the Civil Rights Act barred discrimination in employment based on race or sex. While women have made significant progress in many areas of the workforce over the past five decades, […]