CPR/AED training – Dec. 19, 8:30 a.m.-noon, Campus Safety training room
(Nov. 26, 2013) The Department of Campus Safety, in support of the Automated External Defibrillator (AED) program, is offering a CPR/AED class open to the DU community. Taught by the American Red Cross, this class will prepare you to perform CPR and utilize an AED on adults suffering from sudden cardiac arrest. The course is offered free of charge to DU faculty and staff. Space is limited, register now.
Anderson Academic Commons video shoot – Nov. 20, 1-3 p.m., AAC room 212
(Nov. 19, 2013) Have you always wanted to be in film? Are you a fan of the Academic Commons? Film a quick clip telling what you love about the Academic Commons and your segment may appear in an upcoming e-newsletter to University of Denver friends and alumni! For more information contact Andrea Howland at 303-871-3958.
PROFILES IN A DU PIONEER EDUCATION: Q&A WITH DEAN LYNN M. GANGONE, COLORADO WOMEN'S COLLEGE, PART Two
(Nov. 12, 2013) The University of Denver is home to many schools, colleges, units, departments and educational programs. DU Digest is introducing the Profiles in a DU Pioneer Education series to give you an idea of what these various programs are, and how they serve the University.
Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning –faculty mentors needed for Science Shop Projects
(Nov. 12, 2013) CCESL's Science Shop is a forum for DU students, along with a faculty mentor, to connect and collaborate with community organizations to do academic work that addresses public problems.
CCESL piloted a very successful Science Shop project this past year – see Amber Morse's work with Project Pave (page 10) – and is now ready to hit the ground running with newer projects. Community organizations have been extremely receptive, and we now maintain a growing list of research questions that are available for faculty members to inquire about; see the Current List of Available Science Shop Projects.
If you are interested in participating as a faculty mentor for a Science Shop project, especially one of the projects currently awaiting student-faculty interest, please contact us right away. In turn, we will be happy to facilitate communication with the community partner as well as help you to look for interested students here at DU.
Profiles in a DU Pioneer Education: Q&A with Dean Lynn M. Gangone, Colorado Women's College, part one
(Nov. 5, 2013) The University of Denver is home to many schools, colleges, units, departments and educational programs. DU Digest is introducing the Profiles in a DU Pioneer Education series to give you an idea of what these various programs are, and how they serve the University.
Help The Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning track service learning classes
(Nov. 5, 2013) Each quarter, The Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning (CCESL) tracks service learning courses and student enrollment. Please answer a few short questions about service learning classes you are teaching this quarter (e.g., class name, CRN, number of students enrolled). This information helps CCESL track the number of service learning courses being offered University-wide.