"TRADITION AND LEGACY" Exhibit - ANderson Academic Commons
Exhibit runs through December, 2014
In honor of the University of Denver's sesquicentennial, this interactive exhibit introduces visitors to some of the people, programs and traditions that have made our campus community exceptional.
Mixing artifacts and video clips with text and archival photographs, "Tradition and Legacy" shows how aspiration and vision came to animate the DU experience. Individual displays focus on everything from Athletics and Recreation to campus life, from Homecoming festivities to Commencement traditions.
This self-paced trip down Memory Lane begins Jan. 13 and runs throughout 2014 in the Anderson Academic Commons, where it spans three floors. Don't miss this opportunity to travel through time and explore the University of Denver's remarkable story.
U.S. Bank ribbon cutting
Tuesday, Sept. 16, 11:30 a.m. – outdoors to the south of the Driscoll Student Center
Join us for a ribbon-cutting celebration at the on-campus branch of U.S. Bank! Speakers include Chancellor Rebecca Chopp, and we’ll be giving away free scoops of the DU-inspired ice cream flavor “CrimsCinnamon & Gold,” cake, refreshments and more! The Denver Broncos cheerleaders and Miles the mascot will also be making an appearance. More
Wednesday, Sept. 17, 5 p.m. – Cyber Café, Ben Cherrington Hall
You are invited to this photo and story exhibit, accompanied by a panel featuring Ambassador Christopher Hill, dean at the Korbel School, and Mary Zinn, creator of Conflict Resolution Month in Colorado, in a discussion of Community Problem-Solving, International Diplomacy and Peace.
In these days of highly charged racial conflict in Ferguson, Mo., to international conflict in Ukraine, to ISIS violence in the Middle East, the message of these experts is surely a timely one. The exhibit has been displayed at the Colorado State Capitol, the Webb Municipal Building in Denver, Jefferson County Courthouse, Denver Public Library, and various colleges and universities around the state. We are fortunate that it has reached the DU campus. Please come to view the show, and hear the experts on peace in our time! For further information, contact Professor Karen Feste, director, Conflict Resolution Program, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Untouchable: Children of God film screening
Wednesday, Sept. 17, 6 p.m. – Davis Auditorium, Sturm Hall
Join director Grant Knisely (BA ’02) and fellow University of Denver staff, faculty, alumni, students and friends for a special screening of the award-winning documentary Untouchable: Children of God before it is shown at this year’s Breckenridge Film Festival.
The Henry & Mary Bryan Lecture featuring Dr. W. Douglas Jackson
Thursday, Sept. 18, 5:30 p.m. – Ricketson Law Building
Please join the Ved Nanda Center for International and Comparative Law at the Sturm College of Law, for the 2014 Henry and Mary Bryan Lecture. This year’s Henry and Mary Bryan Lecture features President and CEO of Project C.U.R.E. Dr. W. Douglas Jackson, who will address the topic of development and humanitarian crises in international law.
Department of Theatre presents: Cleansed, a staged reading
Friday, Sept. 19, 7 p.m. – Byron Theatre, Newman Center for the Performing Arts
Written by Sarah Kane, this provocative play probes the nightmarish world of twenty-somethings coming to grips with sexuality, social ostracism and the effects of drugs. Free admission, no tickets required.
Colorado Avalanche Burgundy/White Game returns to Magness Arena
Sunday, Sept. 21, 11 a.m. – Magness Arena
DU’s Division of Athletics and Recreation and the Colorado Avalanche Hockey Club have announced that the professional hockey team will hold its annual Burgundy/White Game at Magness Arena. Tickets are now on sale to the general public through DU's official athletic department website. The Burgundy/White Game is returning to the University of Denver for the first time since 2006.
Annual Korbel Dinner – reservations now available
The Josef Korbel School is excited to announce that the Annual Korbel Dinner will serve as the school's 50th anniversary celebration. Notable alumna, 66th Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (PhD '81, BA '74), will serve as the keynote speaker. Additional special guests include Anna and John J. Sie, and Jeff Tarr. To purchase a table or individual ticket, please visit www.korbeldinner.com (select faculty/staff under DU affinity to receive preferential DU faculty/staff rates). If you have questions or concerns, please contact Jane Bucher-McCoy at 303-871-2882 or email@example.com.
“Breaking Ground on the Future” – Ceremonial Groundbreaking for the Anna & John J. Sie International Relations Complex
Tuesday, Sept. 23, 8 a.m. – Cherrington Hall
Please join Korbel School of International Studies Dean Christopher R. Hill and the University of Denver community as we usher in a new era with the groundbreaking for the Anna and John J. Sie International Relations Complex. Speakers include members of the University of Denver community and special guest 66th U.S. Secretary of State Dr. Condoleezza Rice. For more information, visit du.edu/korbel.
Fall blood drive
Tuesday, Sept. 23 and Wednesday, Sept. 24, 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m. – Driscoll Ballroom
Bonfils Blood Center will be on campus for the fall blood drive. You can reserve an appointment time by contacting Bonfils at 303-363-2300 or register online using site code 1086. Please review the eligibility guidelines.
Center for Community Engagement & Service Learning Open House
Tuesday, Sept. 23, 4-6 p.m. – Driscoll South, suites 18 and 22
To launch an exciting year of community-engaged activities, we invite you to CCESL’s Open House on Tuesday, Sept. 23. Join community-engaged students, staff and faculty to learn about community-engagement opportunities (including funding), see our newly reconfigured space and share in some light refreshments.
Human Trafficking Legislative Town Hall
Tuesday, Sept. 23, 6:30 p.m.
Panelists will elaborate on how the recent passage of Colorado House Bill 14-1273 is projected to impact various entities involved in anti-trafficking work as well as the victims/survivors of trafficking. This event is free, but RSVP is required. Light refreshments will be served.
Friday, Sept. 26, 7 p.m. – Sturm Hall room 451
Brian Kiteley, professor of English, is the author of three novels, most recently The River Gods. His first novel, Still Life with Insects, will be rereleased by Pharos Editions with a new introduction by Leah Hager Cohen. He has also published two books of fiction exercises, The 3 A.M. Epiphany and The 4 A.M. Breakthrough. He has recently finished a talky thriller set on Crete, a CIA beach and sex novel, with cameos by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard. Kiteley has taught at DU for 20 years, long enough to remember when the Wellness Center was a gym.
Graham Foust, assistant professor of Engligh, is the author of five books of poems, including Leave the Room to Itself, winner of the 2003 Sawtooth Poetry Prize; Necessary Stranger, a finalist for the 2007 Northern California Book Award; and To Anacreon in Heaven and Other Poems, a finalist for the 2014 Believer Poetry Award. His poems, essays, translations and reviews have appeared in numerous magazines and journals, including The Nation, Conjunctions, TriQuarterly, Ploughshares, Boston Review, American Letters and Commentary, A Public Space, Gulf Coast, New Ohio Review, Verse, and Fence. With Samuel Frederick, he has translated three books by the late German poet Ernst Meister: In Time’s Rift (Wave Books, 2012), Walless Space (Wave Books, 2014), and Of Entirety Say the Sentence (Wave Books, forthcoming 2015). He works at the University of Denver.
Challenging Racial Disparities in School Discipline Outcomes: Best practices for educating parents and the community
Monday, Sept. 29, 4 p.m. – Boettcher Foundation Community Room, Craig Hall
This lecture is presented by Pedro Noguera, PhD, Peter L. Agnew Professor of Education at New York University and executive director of the Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools.
To Russia, With Straight Talk: Media, Culture, and Contemporary Crises
Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2 p.m. – Sturm Hall, Lindsay Auditorium
Join us for a lecture and reception with Julia Ioffe, Senior Editor of The New Republic. Julia reports on a diverse range of interests – from Russian issues to American politics to journalism – and brings a fresh perspective to media and the multicultural dialogue. She previously served as a Moscow-based correspondent for Foreign Policy and The New Yorker.
State of the Wild
Friday, Oct. 3, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 4, 10 a.m.-noon – Colorado State Capitol Building
The sixth mass extinction is underway. One species is the cause. Their suffering and decimation seems to fall on deaf ears. We must start listening. Join DU’s Institute for Human-Animal Connection for a one-day symposium and half-day peaceful demonstration.
Registration is open for Homecoming & Family Weekend
Thursday, Oct. 30-Sunday, Nov. 2
Celebrate the culmination of our sesquicentennial year with an all-class reunion, athletic events, Pioneer Symposium lectures, sessions just for parents, Taste of DU featuring the 15th anniversary of the Athletics Hall of Fame, PioneerFest, campus tours and other special events. Learn more and register today!
Friday, Oct. 31, 5 p.m.-midnight
Our 150th anniversary calls for a celebration of historic proportions, so we’re gathering alumni from every decade for our first-ever All-Class Reunion during Homecoming & Family Weekend. There will be something for every Pioneer during this extended evening of fun and entertainment. Enjoy delicious cuisine and live music, an early-evening kids costume parade and late-night casino games, a photo booth and plenty of great memories. Tables by decade make it easy for you to reconnect with classmates. All we need now is you!