Introducing the 2018 Public Impact Fellows
The University of Denver is excited to announce its first cohort of Public Impact Fellows. The program is a partnership between the Office of Research and Graduate Education and the Division of Marketing and Communications. The two-year fellowship program will give faculty access to training for disseminating scholarship and research to public venues including how best to utilize blogs, radio, television, op-eds and social media.
The inaugural group kicked-off with their first meeting on Tuesday, April 17 and will meet regularly for group training workshops as well as individual consultations. More than 50 faculty applied for 20 available slots. The group was carefully selected to encompass the diverse disciplines on our campus, access all ranks of the faculty lines and to span as large of a demographic group as possible from the available pool.
Over the course of the year, there will be opportunities for the community to engage with the cohort at presentations and networking events.
Meet the inaugural class of fellows:
Angela Narayan: Department of Psychology, Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Anne DePrince: Department of Psychology, Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Apryl Alexander: Graduate School of Professional Psychology
Elizabeth Campbell: Department of History, Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Eric Holt: Real Estate and Construction Management, Daniels College of Business
Galena Rhoades: Department of Psychology, Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Jacob Hyde: Graduate School of Professional Psychology
Jeanne Abrams: University Libraries
Jennifer Greenfield: Graduate School of Social Work
Julia Macdonald: Josef Korbel School of International Studies
Julia Roncoroni: Morgridge College of Education
Karen Xie: Hospitality Management, Daniels College of Business
Kimberly Bender: Graduate School of Social Work
Leanne ten Brinke: Department of Psychology, Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Sarah Pessin: Center for Judaic Studies and Department of Philosophy
Shannon Murphy: Biological Sciences, Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Shannon Sliva: Graduate School of Social Work
Stacey Freedenthal: Graduate School of Social Work
Yoli Anyon: Graduate School of Social Work