DENVER—February 9, 2017—Dr. Aynne Kokas' presentation, based on her book, Hollywood Made in China: What are the Stakes?, was part of the Center for China-U.S. Collaboration's (CCUSC) Jackson/Ho Forum and focused on U.S.-Sino relations within the global film industry.
DENVER—January 31, 2017—Read Dean Christopher Hill's statement to the Korbel School community regarding President Trump's executive order of January 27, 2017, concerning refugees and immigrants.
DENVER—January 30, 2017—The University of Denver's Josef Korbel School of International Studies is honored to announce the appointment of Professor Peter H. Smith as a visiting scholar and an affiliate with the school's Latin America Center. He is widely regarded as the premier expert on U.S.-Latin American relations.
DENVER—Jan. 24, 2017—Just four days after U.S. President Donald Trump's inauguration, approximately 200 students, faculty, staff and Denver community members packed the Josef Korbel School of International Studies' Maglione Hall to attend the Center for China-US Cooperation's (CCUSC) event, "The Trump Administration's Foreign Policy Challenge: East Asia." The free, public event was part of the CCUSC's Jackson/Ho Forum series, which seeks to bring knowledgeable minds together to discuss issues around China-U.S. relations.
DENVER—Jan. 24, 2017—The University of Denver's Josef Korbel School of International Studies Sié Chéou-Kang Center for International Security and Diplomacy was awarded a $1 million, two-year grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York. Learn more about the "Bridging the Academic-Policy Gap" program that will generate and disseminate policy-relevant research on pressing global issues.
DENVER—Jan. 12, 2017—Late in 2015, the Josef Korbel School was selected by the U.S. State Department to house a Diplomat in Residence whose assignment began in the fall of 2016. We are honored to welcome Stewart Devine, a career Foreign Service Officer, as our first Diplomat in Residence.
DENVER—Jan. 10, 2017—The Center on Rights Development has officially changed its name to the Center on Human Rights Education (COHRE).