• Students pitch in on pumpkin harvest

    Studying Human Development and Family Relations in community context

    You know what they say in Colorado: if you don’t like the weather, just wait 20 minutes. On the way to Ollin Farms in Longmont, the skies were gray and menacing over the mountains.… Full Story

    October 27, 2017
    Guest Contributor
    HDFR at Ollin Farms
  • The bilingual advantage

    School psychology doctoral candidate helps bilingual students

    You can count on your fingers the number of school psychology doctoral programs in the United States that offer a bilingual concentration.… Full Story

    October 25, 2017
    Amy Ventura
    Ana Novelli
  • SEHD professor receives $4.7 million in autism-related grants

    Researcher Phil Strain ramps up nationwide autism and preschool inclusion projects

    CU Denver has long been one of the nation’s leading autism research universities. Phil Strain, professor of Early Childhood Special Education in the School of Education & Human Development, is a major driver and innovator behind that expertise.… Full Story

    October 4, 2017
    Julia Cummings
    Phill Strain
  • Research on energy development could help reduce future conflict

    SPA professors Weible and Heikkila receive NSF grant, build on previous research

    In a polarized political environment, two CU Denver researchers are working to help mitigate conflicts around one of Colorado’s most contentious issues – oil and gas development.… Full Story

    October 4, 2017
    Sarah Tanksalvala
  • How to solve the affordable housing crisis

    Sociology Professor Sullivan discusses hot-button issue of housing at TEDxMileHigh

    “Right now, there is no state in the nation where a person working full time for minimum wage can afford rent for a fair-market, one-bedroom home.… Full Story

    September 27, 2017
    Staff
    CU Denver Assistant Professor Esther Sullivan
  • Students study atmosphere at Arecibo facility

    Engineers get 'once-in-a-lifetime' experience at renowned Puerto Rico observatory

    Giant green lasers? Bouncing signals off the ionosphere? Mind control? All just another day’s work at the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico.… Full Story

    September 20, 2017
    Steven Vigil-Roach
    CU Denver students at Arecibo Observatory
  • Reporting in a dangerous world

    Veterans tap past lessons, from Panama to Pentagon Papers, during journalism talk

    As a Middle-East correspondent in the early ‘80s, David Ignatius crossed the rugged mountains and sniper zones of Lebanon, passing from West to East Beirut and seeking news tips from willing militias.… Full Story

    September 19, 2017
    Debra Melani
    Ignatius and Peng You, ICB Student’