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Friday, May 22  |  University of Denver


Symposium on Sand Creek Massacre: Acknowledgement and Repair

Panels include the following: DU John Evans Committee Report; Public Recognition and Acknowledgement; Possibilities of Repair: Truth Commissions, Reparations & Cultural Restoration; Learning and Healing: Continuing the Conversation. Panelists include Cheyenne & Arapaho descendants, representatives from the Governor's office, and DU faculty.

Fall 2015  | DU and Regis University


Transpartisan Dialogues : Engaging Partisan Divides 

Co-Sponsored with Regis University’s Institute on the Common Good


Tuesday, April 28  |  12pm-1:30pm  |  Garden Room, Chambers Center 


Critical Participatory Action Research (CPAR) Workshop

Interested in learning about new community-based research methods? Thinking of embarking on social justice research that could directly benefit a community partner, but now sure how to start? Join the CPAR workshop. This research approach is aligned with feminist, critical race, and indigenous theory, and positions those who are most impacted by research as valuable research partners. CPAR research is designed to interrupt injustice both in the research process and product, and aims to impact both theory and policy as these relate to community organizing strategies. The workshop will discuss CPAR and the Public Science Project based out of CUNY as a model of this kind of research approach. Dr. Kate Willink (Communication Studies), Dr. Lynn Schofield-Clark (Film, Media & Journalism Studies), Dr. Nicole Nicotera (Social Work) and Dr. Hava Gordon (Sociology, Gender & Women's Studies) will present. 

Lunch provided. Sponsored by the Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning. RSVP at

Tuesday-Thursday, May 5-7  |  Chautauqua Park, Boulder, CO


Facilitation & Mediation of Public & Environmental Conflicts: Practical Strategies for Reaching Agreement

CDR training program. Learn how to develop essential skills to manage the complexities of multi-party conflict, discover new ways to implement inclusive processes, interact with a diverse group of professionals, and learn from trainers active in the field. Register at or call 303-442-7367.

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