DU Grand Challenges Kicks Off its Second Year

DU Grand Challenges kicked off the year with big announcements including collaboration and funding opportunities through Collective Impact Cohorts, new Advancing Community Engaged (ACE) Student Scholarship grants, and a fresh set of Forums focusing on topics related to increasing economic opportunities in our communities. Faculty, staff, students, and community members gathered in Anderson Academic Commons … Continue reading DU Grand Challenges Kicks Off its Second Year

Geography Students Travel to Cape Town

By Thomas Lavanchy,¬† Visiting Teaching Assistant Professor - Department of Geography and the Environment The Department of Geography & the Environment spent Winter Interterm with eleven students and two professors in Cape Town to begin the two-week Geographies of South Africa class. Students experienced a first-hand look at the physical and cultural landscapes as they … Continue reading Geography Students Travel to Cape Town

DU Hosts Puksta Scholars for Annual Fall Retreat

By Rosie Contino, 1st year Puksta Scholar, International Relations Cozy with coffee and assorted breakfast pastries, Puksta scholars from across the state gathered on September 22 at Anderson Academic Commons for a biannual intercollegiate retreat. ¬†This event marked the beginning of yet another year of impactful undergraduate research and community work, made possible by the … Continue reading DU Hosts Puksta Scholars for Annual Fall Retreat