"TRADITION AND LEGACY" Exhibit - ANderson Academic Commons
Exhibit runs through Dec. 1, 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.
The holidays bring music, dance and sports to campus
Although many students have left for winter break, the University of Denver remains abuzz with holiday activities and athletics events.
“A Dream of Temporary Space”
Sunday, Dec. 7, 7 p.m. – Counterpath Press
In conjunction with Counterpath, the University of Denver Creative Writing program invites you to the opening of “A Dream of Temporary Space,” an installation by Dennis Rosenfeld. The opening will feature a reading by DU student Kameron Bashi, who will read from his work.
Staff Advisory Council Winter Social
Wednesday, Dec. 17, 8:30 a.m. – Anderson Academic Commons Special Events Room
The Staff Advisory Council (SAC) invites you to meet fellow employees from across the University while learning a bit about DU's history as we close out the sesquicentennial! Join the SAC for a 30-minute presentation from University Historian Steve Fisher, with a reception following. Coffee and bagels will be provided. All DU employees are welcome; please RSVP.
Save the Date: Perspectives on Human Trafficking Conference
Jan. 8-9, 2015
The University of Denver is slated to host a conference focused on the complexities of human trafficking as members of the University community return to campus for winter quarter. Be on the lookout for more information on programming for this important two-day discussion using a variety of lenses to focus on the issue. The conference will include programming from the perspectives of business, law, international relations, religion and more.
Diversity Summit on Inclusive Excellence “Fifty Years Since Selma: Your Voice Still Matters”
The 2015 Diversity Summit will kick off with TED-like talks featuring the Renew DU postdoctoral fellows and other researchers who are part of the Interdisciplinary Research Incubator for the Study of (In)Equality (IRISE). The day will also feature lunch with MSNBC analyst and civil rights lawyer Michelle Bernard, followed by faculty, staff and student-led workshops and a time for action and engagement.
As you are preparing your courses for the winter quarter, please consider incorporating the Diversity Summit as part of your syllabi. If you are teaching a Friday class, you might make attendance at the Summit a part of your regular class schedule. If you teach on a different day, consider designing an extra credit assignment that will encourage students to attend the Summit and to integrate learning from the Summit into your class.
CrImmigration: Crossing the Border Between Criminal Law and Immigration Law
Feb. 6-7, 2015 – Sturm College of Law
Registration is now open for the DU Law Review symposium, CrImmigration: Crossing the Border Between Criminal Law and Immigration Law. The emerging field of crimmigration law explores the convergence of criminal law and immigration law. Once two distinct areas of law, the fields have become increasingly intertwined as a result of recent political, social and legal developments. This transformation has created a dramatic shift in the interplay between courts and law enforcement with escalating consequences for immigrants.