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student co-chairs Sustainability Council 

Toward a greener DU

Mollie Doerner

Mollie Doerner brings her passion for the environment and her dedication to helping students find ways to engage to her post as the first student co-chair of the University’s Sustainability Council.  

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One of 58 students across the nation 

Junior named a Truman Scholar

Cameron Hickert

DU's Cameron Hickert has been named a 2015 Truman Scholar. With a double major in physics and international studies, he was selected from nearly 700 nominees across the nation.

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Sié Fellowship empowers studies  

Researching private security

Ben Briese

Thanks to a Sié Fellowship, graduate student Ben Briese is joining Professor Deborah Avant of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies on a research project related to the worldwide use and regulation of private military and security services.

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social media as social programming 

Bridges to the Future

social media

Thanks to social media, we're always on, always reacting to updates. Join Douglas Rushkoff, author of “Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now,” to learn about how social media has become a social programming tool. Scheduled for April 28, the discussion is free and open to the public.

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