Connecting Change Makers: Story Mapping Nature with Youth in Boulder County, and Going Virtual

By: Corey Martz, PhD Candidate, Department of Geography Back in 2019, I began a story mapping project in partnership with Nature Kids/Jóvenes de la Naturaleza (NKJN) and more than 50 youth NKJN participants (check out this previous article about the story mapping project). A DU Scholar Shop organization, NKJN is a collective impact initiative with … Continue reading Connecting Change Makers: Story Mapping Nature with Youth in Boulder County, and Going Virtual

Bridging Learning and Doing: Colorado Quechua Cultural Outreach/ Peruvian Sheepherder Project

By: Alison Krögel, Associate Professor, Andean Literary and Cultural Studies; Department of Spanish Language, Literary & Cultural Studies (SLLCS) Since 2013, I have collaborated with various organizations on issues related to Peruvian sheepherders who work in remote regions of Colorado and the Rocky Mountain West under the auspices of the H-2A temporary agricultural worker visa … Continue reading Bridging Learning and Doing: Colorado Quechua Cultural Outreach/ Peruvian Sheepherder Project

Amplifying University-Community Voices: Writing by/as Design: DU Student Partnership with Digital Agency Elevation Web

By Libby Catchings, Assistant Teaching Professor, University Writing Program The Clinic for Writing and the Public Good amplifies the voices of writing-centric organizations to benefit nonprofits, social movement leaders, and academics in ways that are accessible and inclusive. Driven by student writing and research, the clinic conducts that work by showcasing community partners’ best (writing) … Continue reading Amplifying University-Community Voices: Writing by/as Design: DU Student Partnership with Digital Agency Elevation Web