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Research Update: January 2012

Law Professor Arthur Best published a new book, Strategies and Techniques for Teaching Torts (Wolters Kluwer, 2011). Deborah Borman, visiting professor of law, co-presented “Teaching Legal Research: Free and Lower Fee Based Resources” at the University of Miami School of Law on Dec. 2, 2011. She also coordinated and moderated […]

Research Updates December 2011

Law Professor Eli Wald published “The Visibility of Socioeconomic Status and Class-Based Affirmative Action: A Reply to Professor Sander” in the December 2011 Denver University Law Review (88/861). In November he was appointed co-editor of JOTWELL’s Legal Profession Section. He presented “The Growth of a Modern Law Firm: A Case […]

Research Updates November 2011

David Kopel, adjunct professor of law, co-authored an article for the Yale Law Journal Online, “Bad News for Professor Koppelman: The Incidental Unconstitutionality of the Individual Mandate.” The article argues that the Affordable Care Act’s mandate to purchase congressionally designed health insurance cannot be justified under the original meaning of […]

Research Updates October 2011

Deborah Zalesne, visiting professor of law, authored “Why Don’t They Get it?: Academic Intelligence and the Under-Prepared Student as ‘Other’” forthcoming in the fall 2011 Journal of Legal Education. She co-authored a chapter, “Teaching Issue Spotting Explicitly and Integrating the Skill of Note Taking into a Doctrinal Class,” in Techniques […]

Research Updates September 2011

Art Professor Lawrence Argent has unveiled his latest installation, Leap —a 12,000-pound, 56-foot-long red rabbit suspended in an atrium in the Sacramento International Airport. “In the visual bedlam of an airport, it gives you a moment of reflection,” Argent told the Sacremento Bee. “You will think about something the piece […]

Research Updates August 2011

Mike Keables, associate dean in the Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics and associate professor in the Department of Geography, has been appointed interim dean of DU’s School of Engineering and Computer Science effective Sept. 1. Frank Tuitt, associate professor in the Morgridge College of Education, has been appointed as […]

Research Updates July 2011

Chancellor Robert Coombe has been named to the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce board of directors. Law assistant professors Christopher Lasch, Robin Walker Sterling and Patience Crowder co-presented “At SEA (Sympathy, Empathy, and Apathy): Teaching Students to Distinguish Between and Strategically Select Modes of Communication” at the AALS Clinical Conference […]

Research Updates June 2011

Joyce Sterling, professor in the Sturm College of Law, discussed “Perspectives on Gender and Diversity in Law Firms” on a panel at the Law and Society Association Annual meeting in San Francisco in June. At the meeting, she also co-presented “Why Do Women Take the ‘Off Ramps’ or ‘Opt Out’ […]

Research Updates May 2011

Eli Wald, professor of law, presented “Nationalizing Law Practice and other Contemporary Topics in Legal Ethics” at Rothgerber Johnson & Lyons on May 6. The talk was invited by the Community Association Institute attorneys’ committee for the Colorado chapter. Law Professor Kris Miccio has been appointed to serve on the […]

Research Updates April 2011

Joanna Ruocco, a PhD candidate in creative writing, has just been awarded FC2’s Catherine Doctorow Innovative Fiction Prize for “Another Governess/The Least Blacksmith-A Diptych.” The prize includes publication by FC2 and $15,000. Art Professor Lawrence Argent will join award-winning architect Curtis Fentress and designer Michael McCoy in a discussion of […]

Research updates March 2011

Economics Associate Professor Katherine Freeman wrote “Human Needs and Utility Maximization,” which appeared in the International Journal of Social Economics. Juli Kramer, an adjunct faculty member teaching elementary and secondary art methods in the Teacher Education Program with the Morgridge College of Education, has been awarded the National Art Education […]

Research updates February 2011

Lydia Gil Keff, a lecturer in the department of languages and literatures, delivered the keynote address at the Jewish Latin-American Fiction Symposium Jan. 23. She also presented the paper “Memorializing Disappearance in Nora Strejilevich’s A Single Numberless Death.” Economics Associate Professor Peter Sai-wing Ho’s book Rethinking Trade and Commercial Policy […]

Research updates January 2011

Electrical and Computer Engineering Assistant Professor Siavash Pourkamali has received a National Science Foundation CAREER grant—one of the NSF’s most prestigious awards. It supports junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research, excellent education and the integration of education and research within the context of the mission […]