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Pioneer Passage - 2012 - Part 2

Part two of the video for Pioneer Passage on Sept. 4, 2012

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Paul Michalec Faculty Showcase March 9 2016

Classrooms As Sacred Spaces

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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: After the Gold Rush

Keynote speaker: Susan Schulten, professor of history at the University of Denver, and contributor to the "Disunion" series in the New York Times Congress created the Colorado Territory in…

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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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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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2010 Provost Conference, Morning Keynote, Heather Joseph

Heather Joseph, Executive Director of the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC) of the Association of Research Libraries, spoke first. Her talk was “Open Access: The…

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Accelerate Webinar Series: How to Create a Meaningful Hybrid Experience

The traditional business meeting needed a reinvention well before the pandemic, and virtual fatigue is everywhere you look. How does a group of professionals assemble, effectively, when some people…

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Film Block 6– Documentary Film Production 2 Capstone (InShort Showcase 2021)

A Film Block of 3 short documentaries produced during the Spring 2021 Quarter in the Department of Media, Film & Journalism Studies at the University of Denver. Doc 1: "Kerrville" by…

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An Interview with Catherine

Originally designed to be part of a bigger project, this is a short interview between a graduate student of social work and a member of the Lakewood Community Justice Partners (LCJP) organization.…

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The Heart of Higher Education - Welcoming by Mary Clark

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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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Accelerate Webinar Series: What Everyone Needs to Know About Negotiation

Negotiation expert, award-winning speaker, and Daniels Executive Education Faculty Member Joe Hernandez shares key points we all need to know about negotiation. For more webinars visit:…

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Life Walks

Scottish lover of life and photographer Roddy MacInnes teaches his students about the art of photography and the simple joy of living. Production team: Adam Lujan, Aidan McCarthy, Victoria Romejko

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New Media and the 2012 Presidential Election: How the Electronic Media are Transforming American Politics

In this panel discussion the role of new media at DU during the 2012 Presidential election is discussed. Featured Panelists: David Weigel of MSNBC and Slate.com Jay Newton-Small of Time…

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