• He did his research – and scored big during internship

    Business School student makes the most of internship at OppenheimerFunds

    When someone says “human resources,” you might not be overwhelmed with excitement, but for CU Denver student Brandon Wiegand, there’s more to it than just handling employee concerns.… Full Story

    November 8, 2017
    Steven Vigil-Roach
  • Going global with their design skills

    Architecture students create school for Nicaragua community

    A win-win-win situation is in the works at CU Denver’s College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) for the Winterim 2018 term.… Full Story

    October 25, 2017
    Guest Contributor
    CAP students in the 2015 International Design Build Nicaragua Project
  • Conversations in Africa

    Public Affairs students take Maymester trip to Uganda and Rwanda

    “Africa will change you.” That’s what CU Denver Adjunct Professor Jamie Van Leeuwen, PhD, tells students in his School of Public Affairs (SPA) Maymester course, which takes them to Uganda and Rwanda to study poverty and development.… Full Story

    September 13, 2017
    Amy Ventura
    Tea plantation in Rwanda
  • Students shed light on 3D design

    CAP lampshade exhibit on display through Aug. 31

    If you haven’t seen a 3D-printed lampshade, now is your chance. Students in the College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) recently had the opportunity to design and 3D print their own lampshades, now on exhibit on the second floor of the CU Denver building.… Full Story

    August 28, 2017
    Steven Vigil-Roach
    CU Denver students in design class
  • Building architects

    CAP camp attracts prospective future generation with project, taste of campus life

    Circular saws buzzed and the smell of sawdust filled the air, as 27 students from high schools across the West scurried about the annex of the College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) on an overcast summer day, their intense focus a sign of a looming deadline ahead.… Full Story

    August 13, 2017
    Debra Melani
  • Blazing a path into health care

    Dr. French loves MBA in Health Administration program's applicability to his daily work

    Andrew French, MD, is the only member of his family to pursue a career in health care. At age 38, he’s already achieved a great deal, having been an emergency room physician and now the medical director of a busy emergency department that is also part of a major trauma center.… Full Story

    August 12, 2017
    Chris Casey
    Dr. Andrew French, CU Denver grad student
  • Deep dive into Cannabis Culture

    Students learn about the many ways fast-growing sector influences culture and individuals

    Her Maymester class on Cannabis Culture is intensive and challenging, but Nola Leggere looks forward to each session.… Full Story

    May 30, 2017
    Chris Casey
    Cannabis Culture Maymester field trip CU Denver
  • Women in energy industry take spotlight

    Business School hosts event to help women advance careers

    Susan Morrice knows what it takes to succeed in the energy industry, whether you work in Denver or drill wells in Latin America.… Full Story

    March 13, 2017
    Michael Davidson
    Audience at HERWorld Energy Forum
  • HIPs take root across CU Denver

    Hundreds of students benefit from high-impact practices — a more engaged teaching-and-learning experience

    Following the fall 2015 Undergraduate Experiences Symposium, which focused on High-Impact Practices (HIPs), the provost, individual deans, and other offices made funds available for competitive HIP grants at CU Denver.… Full Story

    February 28, 2017
    Guest Contributor
    Students at CU Denver