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Homecoming & Family Weekend Additional Events

There are many opportunities to show your DU spirit over Homecoming and Family Weekend. In addition to the University of Denver sponsored Alumni and Family events, there are many student, college, and club events happening throughout the weekend. Events will be added as information is provided so please check back frequently. View the entire Homecoming & Family Weekend schedule of events here. Or, click here to register. 

Alpha Zeta Chartering and 125th Anniversary Event

Celebrate with other Alpha Zeta’s over Homecoming and Family Weekend. The Alpha Zeta chapter will celebrate its 125th anniversary and their new chartering at the University of Denver on October 29th at the Wellshire Events Center. For more information and to register go to http://du.beta.org/homecoming. For additional questions, please contact VP of Communications: James Taravella at alphazeta.comm@gmail.com or 303-562-8339.

Come Celebrate this Historic Occasion!
Alpha Zeta Chapter - 125 years
University of Denver - 150 years
Beta Theta Pi - 175 years
Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at 06:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Wellshire Events Center
$65 / plate
· 6:30PM Reception
· 7:30PM Dinner
· 8:30PM Ceremony
Register here

The DU SKI BALL

Join us as we honor 2014 Athletics Hall of Fame inductees James Shea and Kurt Smitz. We will also be presenting rings to the 2014 NCAA Championship Team. The evening will showcase the best that the DU campus has to offer with dinner in the Fritz Knoebel School of Hospitality Management, followed by the opportunity to cheer on our Pioneer hockey team in Magness Arena as they take on perennial NCAA powerhouse, Boston College. Register here

The Freud/Ferenczi Letters: A staged Reading of Selected letters

Saturday, November 1, 2014 3 - 6 PM (1.5 CE) University of Denver (Craig Hall, Community Room) Four prominent clinicians will enact a staged reading of selected letters from a remarkable correspondence between Sigmund Freud and Sandor Ferenczi. This dramatic reading highlights the history of the founders of "the talking cure". The complex emotional texture of this highly creative relationship led to the growth of the practice of psychotherapy. Their tensions stimulated the development of the art of psychotherapy. The echo of their personal struggles still reverberates in the contemporary dialogues and debates in our field. The strength of their disagreements at the dawn of the 20th Century led to the roots of Freudian and Relational trends in psychotherapy today. Many of the issues that each of us face in our daily clinical practice will be illuminated by an appreciation of how Freud and Ferenczi confronted and handled the challenges of their psychotherapeutic work. This program has been presented to audiences of psychotherapists in Prague, New York, and next year in London. We are fortunate to have Denver counted among those cities. After the staged reading and a discussion, there will be a social hour with food and drink. Register now! $25 - Students, $45 - Members, $55 - General admission.

Event Submission

Do you have an event over Homecoming & Family Weekend you’d like to add to the Homecoming & Family Weekend events page? Please email alumni@du.edu with the following information:
· Name, date, time of the event 
· Description of the event 
· Audience for the event 
· Registration information and link 
· Cost 
· Event contact 

The Alumni Relations team will review the submission and all accepted events will be added to the webpage. Please note: submitting an event does not guarantee the event will be listed. All event postings are at the discretion of the Alumni Relations team.