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Global Medical and Dental Brigades

Students help out in Nicaragua

Global Medical and Dental Brigades

Over spring break, members of DU's Global Medical and Dental Brigades ventured to rural Nicaragua to provide medical relief and safe drinking water to communities in need. This was the chapter's fifth spring break trip visiting either Nicaragua or Panama.

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DU alums with entrepreneurial energy

Denver Startup Week

entrepreneurial alums

The brainchild of DU alumni Ben Deda and Erik Mitisek, Denver Startup Week has emerged as the nation's largest free gathering of business and tech entrepreneurs. Mitisek, at right, is now executive director of DU's new interdisciplinary Project X-ITE.

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Coming up: foreign policy symposium

Geopolitics of the Middle East

Iran and Saudi Arabia

In the aftermath of the Iran nuclear deal, U.S. foreign policy confronts a changing geopolitics in the Middle East. A panel of experts — including DU's own Nader Hashemi and Christopher Hill — will explore everything from Saudi Arabia's response to Iran's next moves. The May 2 program is free and open to the public. Learn more

business leaders address a pressing issue

The vital role of ethics

Elevate Ethics

Businesses and their employees face ethical dilemmas every day. According to panelists at a recent Elevate Ethics event, hosted by the Institute for Enterprise Ethics at the Daniels College of Business, how they handle them can make or break an enterprise.

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