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Curt Holder, professor, Geography and Environmental Studies Department, recently published a first person essay about his personal path from rural poverty to academia. The essay appeared in the Feb. 10 edition of Science. (More)
Paul Harvey, professor and chair, Department of History, was recently selected as the subject of a Faculty at Work profile by the Office of Research. Harvey is a CU Presidential Teaching Scholar and the author (More)
Donald Klingner, distinguished professor, School of Public Administration, presented “Mexico and the U.S.: Foreign Policy in the Trump Administration” in Spanish Jan. 28 at the International Academy Politico Administrative Sciences meeting in Toluca, Mexico. (More)
Deborah Kenny, associate professor, Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences, was recently selected as an ambassador by the Friends of the National Institute of Nursing Research. (More)
Sentwali Bakari, vice chancellor, Student Success Division, is one of seven confirmed speakers at a Feb. 18 American Council on Education/Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement conference. (More)
An English translation of an Austrian playwright’s work by Robert von Dassanowsky, professor, Department of Languages and Cultures and Department of Visual and Performing Arts, was presented in a staged dramatic reading Dec. 1 at the Austrian Cultural Forum New York Theater. (More)
Jugal Kalita, professor, College of Engineering and Applied Science, was recently selected as the subject of a Faculty at Work profile by the Office of Sponsored Programs and Research Integrity. (More)