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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

University of Denver professor available to comment on Mayan calendar

Dr. Annabeth Headrick, associate professor of Precolumbian Art at the University of Denver, is available to comment on the end of the Mayan calendar. She offers the following perspective: “Despite the New Age hype about doom and gloom, visions of the world imploding on December 21 were never really part […]

Gifts Lift Denver Law’s Commitment to Developing Client-Ready Graduates

$2.25 million gift will help Denver Law transform the very way law is taught

University of Denver professor wins prestigious prize for improving world order

Erica Chenoweth and Maria Stephan have won the 2013 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order

Student Lawyers Seek Justice for Tenants; Holiday Evictions Loom

Dozens of young families and senior citizens living in a mobile home park face eviction–Denver Law students aim to block park closure

University of Denver among the top universities for sending highest percentage of undergraduates abroad

DU ranks sixth in the nation in percentage of undergraduate students participating in study abroad programs

University of Denver Magazine wins regional awards

The University of Denver Magazine has received two awards from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education.

University of Denver Poll “Spot On” with Election Results

Exit polls of Colorado voters on Election Day were consistent with the post-debate poll conducted by the University of Denver in early October — following the first Presidential Debate on Oct. 3.

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

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

The University of Denver Celebrates Founder’s Day

Gala to honor outstanding alumni, faculty and staff on March 8

DU’s “Bridges to the Future” Explores Foreign Policy

Anne-Marie Slaughter, former director of Policy Planning for the U.S. State Department, to discuss pressing global issues on Feb. 2

University of Denver Law Students Sue to Block “Over the River”

DU’s Environmental Law Clinic cites environmental concerns for project by the artist Christo