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DU student receives USA Today national recognition

University of Denver (DU) recent graduate Julie Markham was honored as a member of the USA Today 2010 All-USA College Academic First Team. She was featured prominently in the June 9 issue of the newspaper.

DU receives $17.5 million gift

Betty Knoebel, widow of Denver food services pioneer Ferdinand “Fritz” Knoebel, has given the University of Denver (DU) $17.5 million, among the largest gifts in its history.

Daniels College of Business once again ranked among top U.S. schools by BusinessWeek

In the Bloomberg BusinessWeek’s annual ranking of the Best Undergraduate Business Programs by Specialty, the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business placed among the nation’s top business programs.

Daniels College of Business Practicum House Ready for Visitors

The residential practicum class of the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business will be showing off their work at a month-long series of open houses.

Pat Bowlen Training Center dedicated at DU

Student-athletes in the University of Denver’s 17 varsity athletic programs now have a new 10,000-square foot facility where they can train.

‘Fiddler on the Roof’ cast talks back to audience

Tony Award-winning actor Harvey Fierstein could have something to say to the audience after he finishes talking to the “Almighty” in his role as Tevye the Milkman in the musical production of “Fiddler on the Roof.”

Franklin L. Burns School of Real Estate and Construction Management at the Daniels College of Business Hosts Prominent Chinese Businessman

Join Dr. Mark Lee and the Franklin L. Burns School of Real Estate and Construction Management at the University of Denver’s (DU) Daniels College of Business as they host a reception for Mr. Xu Changdown.

DU Student Law Clinic suing state prison, charging cruel and unusual punishment

University of Denver (DU) law students are suing Colorado prison officials, claiming authorities are refusing care to a mentally-ill inmate.

DU’s Italian program to host Denver’s 1st Annual Italian Film Festival

The University of Denver (DU) Italian program in the Department of Languages and Literatures is hosting the 1st Annual Italian Film Festival April 6 through May 18.

The Women’s College to study feasibility of women-focused business leadership and entrepreneurship Center

The Women’s College (TWC) of the University of Denver recently received a $75,000 grant from the federal Economic Development Administration (EDA).

TEDxDU Challenges Attendees to “DU Something” at the First TEDx in the Rocky Mountain Region

Under the moniker of “TEDxDU: A Celebration of DUing,” the University of Denver (“DU”) will be the first in the Rocky Mountain region to host a TEDx event.

“2010 BFA Exhibition” showcases student work

The University of Denver (DU) Victoria H. Myhren Gallery announces the opening of the “2010 Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) Exhibition” May 13 through June 5, 2010.

The University of Denver Hosts First-Ever Black Male Summit

The first Black Male Initiative Summit (BMIS) will take place at the University of Denver on Thursday, April 29.

DU Sturm College of Law announces 2010 “Law Stars”

The University of Denver (DU) Sturm College of Law has named its Law Stars recipients for 2010.

Just having a good enough relationship isn’t good enough

University of Denver (DU) researchers have found that couples who are happiest after five years of marriage are those who have had the highest levels of positive interaction over time.