Graduate Student Professional Development Grant
The Graduate Student Professional Development Grant (GSPDG) was established to encourage student participation in scholarly and creative activities that support academic progress and foster professional growth. The grant is competitive, and funds are subject to availability. Awards will be allocated by a grant committee appointed by the Associate Provost for Graduate Studies.
Visit the GSPDG Website for more information and the application.
Research Center (Penrose Library @ Driscoll)
Writing Center (Penrose Library @ Driscoll)
Graduate Career Services
Graduate Career Services (GCS), in the Office of Graduate Studies, empowers current graduate students and first-year alumni with the tools needed to develop careers in their field of study.
Center for Multicultural Excellence
The Center for Multicultural Excellence (CME) works with students, staff, faculty, administrators, and alumni to ensure that the University of Denver (DU) remains an exceptional private institution that achieves excellence through diversity.
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Making Diversity Work on Campus:A Research-Based Perspective (AAC&U, 2005) PDF
Achieving Equitable Educational Outcomes with All Students: The Institution's Roles and Responsibilities (AAC&U, 2005) PDF
Toward a Model of Inclusive Excellence and Change in Postsecondary Institutions (AAC&U, 2005) PDF
Inclusive Excellence Toolkit (Center of Multicultural Excellence, University of Denver, 2009) PDF