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University of Denver’s Native Student Alliance to host Spring Powwow May 19

Gathering for honoring new beginnings

Senator Bennet to give commencement address to Sturm College of Law graduates

Bennet to speak to new graduates at the University of Denver

Renowned physicist and writer to speak at the University of Denver

DU’s Physics and Astronomy Department hosts Andrew Gemant Award winner Lisa Randall

Festival of Nations celebrates world diversity for 30 years

Listen to music, eat international cuisine and share in cultural learning

University of Denver Hosts State Championship Geography Bee

101 Colorado students vie for a shot at the National Geographic finals in Washington, D.C.

Dr. Jane Goodall to speak at the University of Denver’s STEMosphere

Keynote address to kick off fifth annual Share Fair

12th Annual Diversity Summit at the University of Denver

Pedro Noguera will address Summit on Thursday, May 9

University of Denver gears up for fourth annual Black Male Initiative Summit

University invites local 8th and 9th grade students to learn about higher education

University of Denver Announces Transformational Gifts of $40 million to Launch New Interdisciplinary STEM initiative

Gifts will fund construction and expansion of the newly named Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science and Knoebel Center for the Study of Aging

University of Denver Hosts Regional FIRST Robotics Competition

High school students build robots alongside professional engineers

Lessons from the Iraq War

University of Denver panel of military, diplomatic and academic experts to reflect on and discuss war

TEDxDU 2011 “call for nominations” deadline Dec. 1

The TEDxDU organizing committee is welcoming speaker nominations from the community to recommend local, national or international nominees who are “DUing” something to improve the world.

National survey shows DU students rank education experiences higher than students at peer institutions

Eighty-six percent of surveyed first-year University of Denver (DU) students report a favorable image of the institution, and 79 percent of surveyed seniors would choose this school again if they could start their college career over, according to the 2010 National Survey of Student Engagement.

DU political science professors available for election coverage

University of Denver professors available to speak with media.

Richard Clarke, former counter-terrorism czar, to talk about 9/11

Richard Clarke, former White House Counter-terrorism Czar, will speak Thursday, Nov. 4.