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learning to manage human capital

Students mentor refugees

Knoebel students help refugees

As part of a course offered by the University’s Fritz Knoebel School of Hospitality Management, students work with refugees to provide hands-on education about food-service sanitation, customer service and American work culture.  

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human resilience, sustainable development 

GSSW's One Health Initiative

Andreas Reckhemmer

Former U.N. staffer Andreas Rechkemmer is helping students in the Graduate School of Social Work see the connections linking human health, animal health and the health of the environment.

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a 35-year-old tradition  

Coming up: CultureFest 2015

CultureFest dancers

The University of Denver’s annual celebration of cultural diversity on campus, scheduled for April 10, features performances, food, videos and interactive booths.

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a contribution to cancer research 

Dissertation earns prize

Joshua Biller

Joshua Biller’s research on developing methods and instrumentation for imaging tumor physiology earned him the Bruker Thesis Prize from England’s Royal Society of Chemistry. The prize is awarded each year for an outstanding dissertation in the field of electron spin resonance research.

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