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NEH awards fellowship to DU scholar

American history in 100 maps

American maps

The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded a Public Scholar Fellowship to DU's Susan Schulten, author of the acclaimed "Mapping the Nation." She is at work on a new book, "A History of America in 100 Maps," scheduled for publication in 2018. Learn more

From the University of Denver Magazine

DU's research enterprise

Corinne Lengsfeld

Research funding at the University of Denver is at a 15-year high, totaling $25.5 million last year. Corinne Lengsfeld, DU's associate provost of research, explains how this presents incredible opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students.

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Alumnae stage empowerment summit

Black Women LEAD

Black Women LEAD

Eager to help high school girls develop their leadership aspirations and skills, alumnae Brooklyn Batey and Makida Yilma created a daylong summit called Black Women LEAD.

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Researching neurodegenerative diseases

Students join lab studies

Linseman lab

Led by Dan Linseman of the Department of Biological Sciences, a team of undergraduate and graduate researchers is trying to determine how nutraceuticals might protect the neurons in the brain that underlie neurodegenerative diseases.

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