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Faculty Showcase - Classroom Power Dynamics with Jean F East

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Jean F. East discusses some tips for managing power dynamics in the classroom. A part of the Faculty Showcase Series.

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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 - 9/11: Ten Years After - Richard Clarke

Richard Clarke, Former White House Counter-Terrorism Czar and Chairman of Good Harbor Consulting, LLC, explores how society has changed post-9/11. Clarke reflects on the most recent attacks by…

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Bridges to the Future - 9-11: Fawaz Gerges

Fawaz Gerges, a Middle East expert, gives a talks featuring two themes: the broken Middle East and the War on Terror. He explores what has happen in the last ten years in the Middle East and…

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Bridges to the Future: Olympia Snowe Discussion on Politics in Washington

Olympia Jean Snowe is a former United States Senator from Maine and a member of the Republican Party. At this event, she discusses how politicians in recent history have been able to overcome…

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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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2013 Founders Day Awards T. Ryan Greenawalt

T. Ryan Greenawalt (BSBA '02) winner of the 2013 Founders Day Ammi Hyde Award for Recent Graduate Achievement

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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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Ved Nanda

Ved Nanda, recipient of the 2013 Faculty Service Award

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Staff Hiring Guidelines: Job References - Part 6 (2021)

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Hashtag: #Journalism Redefined - Session 1

Local level media panelists discuss their own personal use of social media: favorite platforms, frequency of posting, building a personal "brand," as well as using social media as a conduit…

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Compassion Inc: Pink Ribbons Red Dress and the Making of the Hyper Charity with Mara Einstein MFJS Marsico Lecture Series

Marsico Visiting Scholar Lecture: Compassion, Inc.: Pink Ribbons, Red Dress and the Making of the Hyper Charity Dr. Mara Einstein, professor of media at Queens College, New York, marketing…

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Provost Conference Speaker Series - The Post-Pandemic Professoriate: Equity-Minded Faculty Workloads by Design

The unequal distribution of faculty workload is one of the most important, yet least talked about, inequities that shape the experiences of faculty members within colleges and universities. In…

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The Red Tape Project

Three college women shed light on the sexual assault epidemic plaguing college campuss and how their Red Tape Project provides an outlet for survivors to tell their stories. Production team: Taff…

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Debate Series 2012: Can War with Iran Be Averted

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The 2012 Election: What Happened? Messages and Meanings of the Presidential Election

Analysis of the 2012 Election by a panel of political scientists.

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