Graduation Story: Sarah Hayes

Sarah Hayes

We asked graduates to share their journey to graduation. Here is what Sarah Hayes (Strategic Human Resources) had to say in her own words… My kids, Josie and Eli, were 6 and 4 when I started my master’s degree. They’re now 11 and 9. Over the course of my degree, I worked full-time and went [...]

Graduation Story: Tsutomu (Tommy) Molioo

Tommy Molioo

We asked graduates to share their journey to graduation. Here is what Tsutomu (Tommy) Molioo (Environmental Policy and Management) had to say in his own words… My journey to graduate from DU with my master’s in Environmental Policy & Management began three years ago when I received my acceptance letter two days after my first [...]

Graduation Story: Kerry Bishop

Kerry E. Bishop

We asked graduates to share their journey to graduation. Here is what Kerry Bishop (Environmental Policy and Management) had to say in her own words… In August 2007, I found myself divorced with three very young children. I was 37 years old with only a high school diploma, no home, no job and one of [...]

Graduation Story: Brandy King-Cutler

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We asked graduates to share their journey to graduation. Here is what Brandy King-Cutler (Strategic Human Resources) had to say in her own words… It took me five years to complete my master’s. Like most of us, I juggle a job, a family and normal everyday life complications that compete for my attention. But there [...]

Graduation Story: Leslie DeVera-Duncan

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We asked graduates to share their journey to graduation. Here is what Leslie DeVera-Duncan (Strategic Human Resources) had to say in her own words… Many years ago when my mother was in her 50s, she walked down the aisle at Western Michigan University to receive her Masters of Science diploma. She did this as a Senior [...]

Graduation Story: Jordan Boom

Jordan Boom

We asked graduates to share their journey to graduation. Here is what Jordan Boom (Communication Management) had to say in her own words… I have been living in Honduras and working for a 501(c)(3) non-profit for the last 3 years. DU has given me the flexibility to continue my education at a graduate level while [...]

Q&A with Environmental Policy and Management Student Casey Stock

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Casey Stock is an Environmental Policy and Management student and sustainability professional, working as the Manager of Sustainability at DaVita Kidney Care. Her goal? Make DaVita the “Greenest Healthcare Community the World Has Ever Seen.” This past April, Casey participated in the Daniels College of Business Career Services Sustainability Industry Panel and shared her experiences [...]

New Health Data Informatics and Analytics Program

Health Data Informatics

University College is pleased to introduce a new master’s concentration or certificate area in Health Data Informatics and Analytics starting in summer 2017. This program prepares students to be at the forefront of the healthcare field, equipping them with the technical and leadership skills needed to thrive in the fastest growing field: informatics. “This is [...]

Andrea Gross’ Book Recommendations

Andrea Blog Books

Looking for your next good read? Look no further! University College Academic Advisor, Andrea Gross, has given us her top book recommendations. From motivational reads to memoirs, there is something for all readers to enjoy. Here are Andrea’s top book recommendations: Energy Bus – Jon Gordon Quick and easy read by Jon Gordon. 10 rules [...]

Upcoming Professional Development Opportunities

Center for Professional Development University of Denver

Ready to enhance your career with professional development? 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 upcoming professional development opportunities below: Innovation and Persuasion – April 22 and [...]