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Outlet:  Bloomberg Businessweek
Title/Program:   B-School Resolutions for 2011
Publication Date:  01/03/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  ‘s a roundup of their responses. James O’Toole, professor of business ethics at University of Denver‘s Daniels College of Business (), and co-author of the much-discussed 2005 Harvard Business Review article “How Business Schools Lost Their Way,” thinks business schools need to understand their purpose better in the new year. To accomplish this, he suggests that they ask themselves a series of questions, including, “Should we be trade or professional schools?”, “Should we stress academic disciplines
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Outlet:  The New York Times
Title/Program:   Mind: On Road to Recovery, Past Adversity Provides a Map
Publication Date:  01/03/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  said. The people in the study who recalled zero or one negative events were worse off than those with some adverse events, he said. So they were willing to admit to not doing so well, yet did not recall stressful life events. Experience may provide more than a sense of what to expect and who ones real friends are. in the journal Emotion, researchers at the University of Denver and the University of Basel in Switzerland tested the ability of 78 women to reduce the amount of sadness they felt after
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Outlet:  Yahoo!
Title/Program:   Business School Resolutions for 2011 (BusinessWeek)
Publication Date:  01/04/2011
Media Type:  News Web Sites
Extract:  tomorrow’s business leaders in 2011. Here’s a roundup of their responses. Show James O’Toole, professor of business ethics at University of Denver‘s Daniels College of Business (Daniels Full-Time MBA Profile), and co-author of the much-discussed 2005 Harvard Business Review article “How Business Schools Lost Their Way,” thinks business schools need to understand their purpose better in the new year. To accomplish this, he suggests that they ask themselves a series of questions, including, “Should we
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Outlet:  Herald-Tribune
Title/Program:   On Road to Recovery, Past Adversity Provides a Map
Publication Date:  01/04/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  , researchers at the University of Denver and the University of Basel in Switzerland tested the ability of 78 women to reduce the amount of sadness they felt after watching an upsetting film clip, using a technique called reappraisal. Reappraisal comes naturally to many people and is a way of taking the sting out of a situation by reframing how it?s understood: ?I wasn?t afraid to act, I was uncertain; I didn?t have all the information.? The study found that the women who were adept at this sort of self
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Outlet:  The Ledger Online
Title/Program:   On Road to Recovery, Past Adversity Provides a Map
Publication Date:  01/04/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  in the journal Emotion, researchers at the University of Denver and the University of Basel in Switzerland tested the ability of 78 women to reduce the amount of sadness they felt after watching an upsetting film clip, using a technique called reappraisal. Reappraisal comes naturally to many people and is a way of taking the sting out of a situation by reframing how it?s understood: ?I wasn?t afraid to act, I was uncertain; I didn?t have all the information.? The study found that the women who were adept
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Outlet:  The Dispatch
Title/Program:   On Road to Recovery, Past Adversity Provides a Map
Publication Date:  01/04/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  are. In a recent study in the journal Emotion, researchers at the University of Denver and the University of Basel in Switzerland tested the ability of 78 women to reduce the amount of sadness they felt after watching an upsetting film clip, using a technique called reappraisal. Reappraisal comes naturally to many people and is a way of taking the sting out of a situation by reframing how it’s understood: “I wasn’t afraid to act, I was uncertain; I didn’t have all the information.” The study found
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Outlet:  BlueRidgeNow.com
Title/Program:   On Road to Recovery, Past Adversity Provides a Map
Publication Date:  01/04/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  are. In a recent study in the journal Emotion, researchers at the University of Denver and the University of Basel in Switzerland tested the ability of 78 women to reduce the amount of sadness they felt after watching an upsetting film clip, using a technique called reappraisal. Reappraisal comes naturally to many people and is a way of taking the sting out of a situation by reframing how it’s understood: “I wasn’t afraid to act, I was uncertain; I didn’t have all the information.” The study found
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Outlet:  staradvertiser.com
Title/Program:   New York Times: On the road to recovery, past adversity provides a map
Publication Date:  01/04/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  and who one’s real friends are. In a recent study in the journal Emotion, researchers at the University of Denver and the University of Basel in Switzerland tested the ability of 78 women to reduce the amount of sadness they felt after watching an upsetting film clip, using a technique called reappraisal. Reappraisal comes naturally to many people and is a way of taking the sting out of a situation by reframing how it’s understood: “I wasn’t afraid to act, I was uncertain; I didn’t have all
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Outlet:  mywesttexas.com
Title/Program:   Comments (3)
Publication Date:  01/03/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  place to start. Dr. Scott Stanley of the University of Denver found in a five-year study that “many people, who lived together, are less dedicated to making the marriage succeed than those who never had the same premarital address.” He goes on to comment on what has been called “The Cohabitation Effect,” which has resulted in: — more negative communication in marriage, — lower levels of marital satisfaction, — higher marital instability, — lower levels of male commitment to spouse
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Outlet:  Baker Institute Blog
Title/Program:   Gone With the Wind? Good!
Publication Date:  01/03/2011
Media Type:  Blogs
Extract:  -war North. ) There is, perhaps, no better illustration of this fact than the U.S. Coast Survey maps. In an insightful narrative for the New York Times, Professor Susan Schulten of the University of Denver describes how these maps, which starkly illuminate the extent of slavery in the South, were used by President Abraham Lincoln and the Union government in their strategic planning and, yes, propaganda effort during the war. Texas, of course, seceded from the Union over the protestations of one Governor
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Outlet:  Press Related
Title/Program:   New Center for the Study of Aging to be Established With $17M | Press Release
Publication Date:  01/03/2011
Media Type:  News Web Sites
Extract:  New Center for the Study of Aging to be Established With $17M | Press Release Where Publicists and Press Connect New Center for the Study of Aging to be Established With $17.5 Million Gift to the University of Denver Monday, May 24, 2010 3:46 PM Archive for Jan 2011 SuMoTuWeThFrSa Monday, May 24, 2010 3:46 PM Share Socially: (c) 2008-2009 Press Related
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Outlet:  Work and Family Blog
Title/Program:   A Call to Incorporate Workplace Flexibility Into Law School Curricula
Publication Date:  01/03/2011
Media Type:  Blogs
Extract:  at the University of Denver have further engrained scholarship and practical study of workplace flexibility into law school culture. Plus while other professors may not teach designated seminar courses or run a program dedicated to work-life, many more have integrated readings or discussions into classes on employment, workers rights, labor, disability, gender equity, women’s history, family law, domestic violence, administrative, tax and/or legislative advocacy — all topics relevant to our country’s robust
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Outlet:  Alternative Health Remedies
Title/Program:   Mind: On Road to Recovery, Past Adversity Provides a Map
Publication Date:  01/04/2011
Media Type:  Blogs
Extract:  stressful life events.” Experience may provide more than a sense of what to expect and who one’s real friends are. In a recent study in the journal Emotion, researchers at the University of Denver and the University of Basel in Switzerland tested the ability of 78 women to reduce the amount of sadness they felt after watching an upsetting film clip, using a technique called reappraisal. Reappraisal comes naturally to many people and is a way of taking the sting out of a situation by reframing how it
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