Bachelor of Arts Completion Program Moves Up in Ranking

The Bachelor of Arts Completion Program has been ranked #47, moving up a spot from #48, on the 2018 U.S. News & World Report ranking for best online bachelor’s programs. The online bachelor’s rankings evaluate program quality and how programs specifically appeal to adults aged 25 and older, with evaluative factors such as course delivery, [...]

Open Write Night – Winter 2018

Looking to enhance your writing skills?  Have questions regarding the Turabian citation guide? Do you want to become a better, more confident writer? We are here to help! This winter quarter University College will be offering Open Write Night, which will provide drop-in writing support whether you are on campus or online. You will be [...]

Five Steps to Advance Your Career in 2018

The year is wrapping up and now is a great time to reflect and set professional goals for the next year. What did you want to achieve this year that you did not? Are you looking to make a career move? Do you want to learn more skills? Here are steps to help you make [...]

2017 Alumni Achievement Award Winners

Congratulations to the 2017 University College Alumni Achievement Award winners! Award recipients will be recognized at the annual holiday celebration on December 12. Read their stories below… Recent Graduate Award: Vanessa Schoenecker Vanessa Schoenecker (Environmental Policy and Management, 2013) currently works for the National Park Service where she helps employees manage their energy cost and [...]

New! Graduate Certificate of Completion

Ready to enhance your career in the New Year? University College is pleased to launch the graduate Certificate of Completion just in time for 2018. Take a course (or two) in January and you could be done in six months! Whether switching careers or brushing up on skills to excel in your current position, gain [...]

Course Spotlight: Gender and Social Justice: Sex and Power in a Global Perspective

Sex and power in the workplace — talk about a timely topic. Gain a deeper understanding of inequalities in the labor force in this course dedicated to how gender and sexuality impact professional interactions around the globe. “Gender identities and relationships are central to social, political, and workplace interactions,” said Dr. Arianna Nowakowski, assistant director [...]

Marketing Matters

In 2017, the University of Denver’s University College teamed up with the Business Marketing Association of Colorado to learn more about what employers are looking for when hiring marketing professionals. The results are in! Get a closer view and download the report here, or see the results below and increase your chances of landing a [...]

Captain Darren Howard: Achieving Success While Balancing Family and School

If anyone understands how to balance family life, work, and school, it’s Darren Howard. Father of four, active duty in the U.S. Air Force, and graduate student in University College’s Healthcare Leadership program, Darren is the epitome of going for your goals. “Juggling student and family life has been challenging,” he said. “But this program [...]

Professional Development Opportunities – November/December 2017

Looking 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. Explore upcoming professional development opportunities below: Grant Writing for Non-Grant Writers: Break it Down to [...]

University College Alumna Publishes Book

Emily de Schweinitz Taylor is an alumna of the Communication Management program and recently published a book titled Raising Mediators: How Smart Parents Use Mediation to Transform Sibling Conflict and Empower Their Children. We asked Emily about her professional background, experience at University College, and the publishing process. Tell us about your current role as [...]