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Bailey Program for Family Enterprise Webinar: The Resources Your Family Enterprise Needs to Thrive

Family enterprises are unique: they must balance family systems in a business context. The Bailey Program for Family Enterprise is poised to support family enterprises through a community of practice…

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Bridges to the Future - China Rising

Professor Wang Gungwu is a scholar of Chinese history and culture. Gungwu explains that understanding culture in modern society is difficulty, however in China, "culture" is holistic. His…

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Bridges to the Future - A Nation Still at Risk: The Future of Education

Steven Berlin Johnson, popular science author and contributing editor to Wired magazine, discusses why every type of media is valuable to learning. Johnson contends for the notion that culture has…

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Bridges to the Future: Wang Gungwu

Wang Gungwu, CBE (Chinese: 王赓武; pinyin: Wáng Gēngwǔ; born 9 October 1930) is a prominent Australian historian of Asia.[2] He has studied and written about the Chinese diaspora, although he has…

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Bridges to the Future - Privacy and Publicity in the Social Media Age

Social media can boost visibility and popularity, but are you getting the right kind of attention and visibility? DU welcomes keynote speaker Dr. Alice Marwick, Director of the McGannon Communication…

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Opening Gates and Overcoming Barriers Understanding Latina and Latino Student Success in Higher Education

2014 Provost Lecture & Luncheon. Lisa Martinez, Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and Criminology and Core faculty member of the DU Latino Center for Community Engagement and…

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Blanket Ceremony: Recognizing the Class of 2021 | University of Denver

A blanket ceremony is an ancient Native American tradition symbolizing a milestone in one's life. Rather than simply walking across a stage and accepting a diploma, Indigenous students at the…

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Film Block 7 – Documentary Film Production 2 Capstone (InShort Showcase 2021)

A Film Block of 2 short documentaries produced during the Spring 2021 Quarter in the Department of Media, Film & Journalism Studies at the University of Denver. Doc 1: "Once in a…

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A More Just System

Edited and produced by Grace Haggerty Featuring Jessica Goldberg Jess Goldberg, the Volunteer and Training Coordinator at the Longmont Community Justice Partnership (LCJP) describes what restorative…

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MFJS-favorite-class-2018

Students in the M.A. in Media & Public Communication and M.A. in International & Intercultural Communication programs discuss their favorite classes they've taken so far.

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Understanding the Islamic State (ISIS)

On March 23, 2019, the last ISIS-controlled territory in Syria was liberated. While the U.S. administration has been quick to declare the defeat of the Caliphate, many analysts argue that ISIS’…

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Americano

"Americano" The typical U.S. coffee shop becomes classroom and haven for Naseer, an Iraqui refugee who perseveres through the pain of the past to launch his American dream. Student…

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Florez

"Florez" explores artistic passion and positive protest through eccentric Denver musician Diego Florez. Production team: Nick Kemp, Elizabeth Lamp, Andis Solomon

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2014 Founders Day Chancellor Robert Coombe

Chancellor Coombe speaking at the 2014 Founders Day Gala event. He provides attendees a detailed historic picture of the early days of Colorado and the University of Denver.

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Diversity Summit 2015: Changing the Outcomes for Brown and Garner

Panel discussion: Changing the outcomes for Brown and Garner: Using the power of the VOTE, Davis Auditorium, Sturm Hall. On March 7, 1965, a peaceful multiracial march took place in Selma, Alabama…

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Americano

"Americano" The typical U.S. coffee shop becomes classroom and haven for Naseer, an Iraqui refugee who perseveres through the pain of the past to launch his American dream. Student…

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