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DU Announces New Marketing and Communications Leader

Kevin A. Carroll to direct Office of University Communications at the University of Denver

New book by Beth Karlsgodt, DU History professor, examines National Treasures

Elizabeth Campbell Karlsgodt, assistant professor of History at the University of Denver (DU), examines the ethical dimensions of museum acquisitions in her new book Defending National Treasures: French Art and Heritage Under Vichy (Stanford University Press, 2011). In the book, Karlsgodt examines lasting preservation policies created during the Nazi occupation, as well as the effort by French curators to acquire works of art from Jewish collections for the Louvre and other museums.

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

Ranking gives top marks to Daniels programs in ethics, accounting, international business, sustainability and financial management

The University of Denver Celebrates Radical Collaboration at TEDxDU

Imagine cells that can tell a story, words that bite and blinding flashes of light to power the world and fuel positive change. With a theme of “radical collaboration,” the University of Denver’s TEDxDU event will showcase this mash-up of unlikely ideas, inspiration and research.

DU among 12 universities vying for 2012 Presidential Debate

The University of Denver has submitted an application to host a presidential or vice presidential debate in fall 2012.

TEDxDU 2011 and TEDxDU Active: Three Ways to Watch

In keeping with the theme of “radical collaboration,” the University of Denver is offering three ways to watch and engage in its upcoming TEDxDU and TEDxDU Active event on Friday, May 13.

Nuclear Disaster and Crisis Experts Available for Interviews

The University of Denver offers insights on disaster in Japan

DU Law ranked in U.S.News & World Report’s Top 100

For the tenth straight year, the Sturm College of Law is ranked among the top 100 law schools in the country by U.S. News & World Report.

Researchers at the University of Denver find that headway being made fighting communicable diseases globally

Those working for healthier humans around the globe are making headway in fighting communicable diseases such as AIDS, malaria and diarrheal illness, according to research from the Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures in the University of Denver’s (DU) Josef Korbel School of International Studies.

BusinessWeek ranks Daniels top in Colorado

BusinessWeek announces that the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business is ranked No. 64 in the 2010 undergraduate programs ranking.

Hamilton family gives $250,000 to University of Denver

Frederic C. and Jane Hamilton have donated $250,000 to the University of Denver in order to strengthen the link between DU’s School of Art and Art History and the Denver Art Museum.

DU celebrates 147 years, names Founders Day Award Recipients

The University of Denver marked its 147th anniversary with a gala celebration and the annual Founders Day awards ceremony Thursday, March 3.

March is brain injury month, DU hosts conference with world-renowned experts in field

Six of the world’s leading experts in traumatic brain injury (TBI) will share their latest research at the fourth annual conference of the Brain Injury Professionals Partnership hosted by the Graduate School of Professional Psychology at the University of Denver.

Economic recovery will not cure Colorado’s budget woes

The Center for Colorado’s Economic Future finds that recent state budget shortfalls are not just a short term problem caused by a global economic downturn.

DU Sturm College of Law announces 2011 “Law Stars”

The University of Denver (DU) Sturm College of Law (SCOL) has named its Law Stars recipients for 2011.