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Up in the Air

I’ve been anticipating the customary semester abroad that the majority of University of Denver students take during fall of their junior year since before I even started college. 1,331 more words

Study Abroad

Introducing our 2014 DUSA Bloggers!

We are excited to announce our DUSA bloggers, who will be writing (and perhaps sharing some videos, too) during their study abroad this year.  We can’t wait to follow along with their experiences all over the world! 145 more words

Study Abroad

Where They Are Now - Rae Ann Bories-Easley, University of Denver

Rae Ann Bories-Easley

Director, Office of Career Development and Professional Development, University of Denver, Josef Korbel School

Rae Ann obtained her Masters degree in Student Affairs in Higher Education at Colorado State University and her Bachelors in Economics from UC San Diego.   700 more words

Archives

Daniels Students Become Corporate Partners

 The University of Denver Daniels College of Business is home to an innovative curriculum and multiple programs, including the Daniels Student Projects university-corporate partnership programs. Businesses can submit proposals to be potentially matched with individual students or groups to help solve corporate problems involving marketing, finance, and logistics. 164 more words

Community Involvement

Opening Up the Maps

For a couple years now, I have been approached by friends and family and teachers and counselors with the same question:

“Where do you want to go for college?” 367 more words

College

Ryan Peck: University of Denver Senior Associate Athletic Director

Ryan Peck, Senior Associate Athletic Director of Development/Major Gifts Office, for the University of Denver talks about students accepting their role as interns.

1. How important is it for students to understand and accept their role as interns with an organization? 137 more words
Interviews

Once a Cheater, Probably Always a Cheater

(DENVER) — Cheating in a relationship happens. That’s just a fact of life. But if you’re the one who’s been betrayed and are more than willing to forgive and forget, you may want to rethink your decision. 142 more words

ABC Health News