Johanna Robb: Using Zoom to Elevate Student Engagement

When Johanna Robb began teaching online courses, she wanted a connection beyond written interaction. With her experience working in the U.S. Department of Energy, she understood the importance of using tools such as Zoom to connect with colleagues across the country and made it part of the learning experience. We asked Johanna about her background [...]

Healthcare Careers and Networking

After interviewing more than 100 Healthcare Leadership students about their experience so far at University College, one thing was clear to Bobbie Kite: we need more networking. So on October 11, Dr. Kite hosted “What Next? Healthcare Careers and Networking” on the University of Denver campus. The event was co-sponsored by Colorado Healthcare Strategy and [...]

Notes of Impact

University College is pleased to launch Notes of Impact, a new semi-annual publication for alumni, faculty, and our entire University College community. View the first issue here and discover the latest news from the University of Denver, plus see how our community members are making a positive impact. Want to ensure you receive the next [...]

Moving Mountains

There’s a lot in a name, and because of this, perhaps Amanda Mountain (MS ’14) was always destined to take the reins of Rocky Mountain PBS (RMPBS). But of course, it wasn’t just her name—it was her 20 years of experience in media, education at the University of Denver, and commitment to the community—that landed [...]

A Veteran Finds Purpose through Education

Education found Nandi Kegode when she needed it the most. Pulled to many corners of the world throughout her life, Nandi was born and raised in Kenya and educated through British boarding schools. After her family faced a legal battle back in Kenya, Nandi needed to find a new path and her father encouraged her [...]

On Behalf of Our Future

Troy Tagliarino needed inspiration. An assignment was looming in his leadership class at University College, and he needed to find a community partner to work with throughout the quarter. He was seeking an organization or cause that would spur him into action and inspire him to do more for his community (and fulfill the needs [...]

Empowered by Data

Imagine you go to Best Buy with a $100 budget for a television and you leave with a broken one for $1200 and no opportunity to fix it—essentially, that’s our healthcare system. We wouldn’t stand for that in business, yet in healthcare it’s commonplace, says Dr. Bobbie Kite, new Academic Director and Associate Professor for [...]

Fall Library Workshops

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: Turabian Citations–October 2, 5:00 – 6:00 pm Struggling with Turabian citation styles? Learn [...]

What Next? Healthcare Careers and Networking Event

Join University College and Colorado Healthcare Strategic Management (CHSM) for an evening of mentorship with healthcare leaders on Wednesday, October 11 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the University of Denver (University Hall Room 304). Explore what healthcare career path is right for you, learn the benefits of networking, and gain insight from healthcare leaders. [...]

University College Student, Jerry Ceja, Selected for Barton Institute Social Enterprise Fellowship

Environmental Policy and Management student, Jerry Ceja, was named one of the 2017-2018 Barton Institute Social Enterprise Fellows. More than 90 students applied and went through a highly selective process and Jerry was one of the 12 graduate students selected from programs through the University. The Social Enterprise Fellows will study and apply the principles [...]