Category: Updates

Fall Library Workshops

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Take advantage of free library workshops this quarter and learn about a variety of research topics and resources. Online students will be able to benefit from these workshops by connecting through Zoom or Adobe Connect. See the list of upcoming workshops below: Library 101 – September 25, 2:00 – 3:00 pm Need an introduction or [...]

Professional Development Opportunities – September 2017

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Ready to learn new skills and enhance your career? The Center for Professional Development at the University of Denver serves educators, clinicians, techies, small business owners, social change advocates, and organizations wanting to develop and deliver innovative professional development for their teams. See the list of  upcoming professional development opportunities below: Distance Ed: Schoology! For K-12 [...]

Veteran Resources to Know

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The University of Denver provides many services to veterans and was ranked 53rd for “Best Colleges for Veterans” in the 2017 U.S. News and World Report for Best Colleges. Nearly 10% of University College students are veterans and active military, and we want to make sure these students and prospective students know the great services [...]

Open Write Night – Fall 2017

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Looking to enhance your writing skills? Not sure how to use the Turabian citation guide? Do you want to become a better, more confident writer? We are here to help! This fall quarter University College will be offering Open Write Night, which will provide drop-in writing support whether you are on campus or online. You [...]

Writing Center Resources for Students and Faculty

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The Writing Center is a valuable resource for students and faculty and is the go-to place on campus for writing help. As the fall quarter approaches, learn how to take advantage of these great resources. Student Resources Individual and Group Consultations Students can get individual or group consolations on any writing assignment, at any stage of [...]

Graduation Story: Danielle Doucet

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We asked graduates to share their journey to graduation. Here is what Danielle Doucet (Arts and Culture) had to say in her own words… I had been working full time in Arts Administration for six months when I started my master’s program. I worked on my degree nonstop while working full time and living on [...]

Graduation Story: Ellen Orr

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We asked graduates to share their journey to graduation. Here is what Ellen Orr (Leadership and Organizations) had to say in her own words… I started my journey to my graduate degree as a single mom with a full-time job. It was difficult at times but I am so fortunate to have supportive people in [...]

Graduation Story: Cherie Monteferrante

Cherie Monteferrante Story

We asked graduates to share their journey to graduation. Here is what Cherie Monteferrante (Leadership and Organizations) had to say in her own words… This is my second master’s degree from University College. I believe the first degree supported the advancement of my project management career and raised me to the Program Manager position I [...]

Graduation Story: Sara Kostandy

Sara Kostandy Story

We asked graduates to share their journey to graduation. Here is what Sara Kostandy (Communication Management) had to say in her own words… Deciding to resign from a prestigious multinational organization was one of the most difficult decisions I’ve ever made. Although I had a successful track record in project management, with several client recognitions, [...]

Dr. Tom Tierney Retires

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Dr. Tom Tierney, the academic director for the Information and Communications Technology program and professor of the practice, retired from the University of Denver this month after ten years of service to DU. Dr. Tierney joined University College in fall 2007 as the director of the Computer Information Systems and Telecommunications programs. Dr. Tierney brought [...]