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  • engineering students In partnership with Nike, DU engineering students working at the Center for Orthopaedic Biomechanics are helping design a better basketball shoe.
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Great ideas for a dynamic community

Toward a DU district

Driscoll Bridge

A committee from the Urban Land Institute spent a week in Denver studying the best ways for DU and its surrounding neighborhoods to increase vitality and support positive change.

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newsweek features DU research

Brain injuries in inmates

Kim Gorgens

The June 24 edition of Newsweek magazine features the research of DU's Kim Gorgens on the impact of traumatic brain injury (TBI) on jail and prison inmates. A clinical associate professor in the Graduate School of Professional Psychology, Gorgens is a renowned expert on TBI.

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Joe Biden to speak at Korbel Dinner

Vice president coming to DU

Joe Biden

Vice President Joe Biden will deliver the keynote address at the 19th annual Korbel Dinner on Sept. 15. The dinner honors Josef Korbel, the first dean and founder of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, as well as individuals who have made a global impact.

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Graduates of 2016: ready to rock

Preserving the great outdoors

Angus Kitchell

As a student majoring in ecology and biodiversity, Angus Kitchell worked in a behavioral ecology lab — an experience that led to research in Hawaii and French Polynesia. Now, with his bachelor of science degree in hand, he's anticipating a career in conservation.

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