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  • Cutting edge diabetes researchAs the diabetes epidemic grows worldwide, a University research team focuses on potential therapeutic approaches.
  • winter wonderlandOn the University of Denver campus, the first serious snowfall of the quarter is cause for celebration.
  • Curtis photos Housed in University archives, a rare collection of Edward Curtis' photographs of Native Americans inspires research, classroom projects and art.
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Classroom learning + study abroad

Preparation for career success

Neela Eyunni

As a journalism studies major and as a Cherrington Global Scholar, Neela Eyunni (’08) gained the knowledge, skills and experience essential to a dynamic career. Today, she’s a news anchor in Beijing for China Central Television.

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professor explores consumer behavior

Americans and their credit cards

Ali Besharrat

Ali Besharat, an assistant professor at the Daniels College of Business, studies the everyday decisions consumers make. His current research focuses on unhealthy consumer behavior and overspending, including the ways in which Americans use — and misuse — their credit cards. 

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DU launches interdisciplinary hub

Project X-ITE fosters innovation 

Project x-ite

A new interdisciplinary initiative — Project X-ITE — aims to catalyze entrepreneurship and innovation. It will also bring the University’s resources to Denver’s exciting startup scene.

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research informs policy and practice 

Teaching math to young children

kid math

Professors Douglas Clements and Julie Sarama, who helm the Marsico Institute for Early Learning and Literacy, are two of the country’s foremost experts on teaching math to young children. When they share their research findings, policymakers and educators take notice.

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