MSU Denver Insider
2017
July
24,
2017
From mechanic to medicine-woman, Jessica Johnson is proving that it’s never too late to find your passion in life. ...
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July
20,
2017
Student taps personal experiences to guide refugees into their new lives.  ...
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July
19,
2017
Campus program partners with governments and companies for access-driven workforce transformation. ...
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July
17,
2017
Denver’s urban university and botanic garden team up to make an even bigger impact on water issues in Colorado. ...
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July
14,
2017
Meteorology faculty member discusses the implications of ice the size of Delaware breaking off from a shelf in Antarctica. ...
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July
13,
2017
Finding time to work out can be difficult, but here are some suggestions for how to stay trim while on the clock. ...
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July
12,
2017
For Marialuisa Burgos, harnessing the power of community-based performance has opened a window to the world. ...
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July
11,
2017
Sci-fi film series explores the science of how imagination takes flight into other dimensions. ...
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July
07,
2017
Our English faculty round up statewide hidden gems to route your writerly summer road trip. ...
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June
30,
2017
Michael Wray, professor of restaurant management, suggests the best Denver area spots to dine al fresco.  ...
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June
29,
2017
New certificate mixes tech and business to heal what ails the system.  ...
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June
22,
2017
The Aerospace and Engineering Sciences Building opens today, propelled by a $1M gift from Lockheed Martin. ...
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June
22,
2017
By Nathan Solheim Out on the clogged streets and roads of the Colorado’s Front Range, bicycle riders seem to attract more scorn and ridicule than other roadway users trying to get to and fro. After all, what’s worse than watching a scofflaw two-wh...
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June
22,
2017
Looking for some great books for the season? We’ve got you covered with these picks from one of our English department experts. ...
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June
22,
2017
MSU Denver's David Beckwith, chef and lecturer, whips up a simple and delicious grill recipe: Stout and Pomegranate-glazed Chicken. ...
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June
21,
2017
Summer semester mural-painting class allows students to collaborate and brighten a campus building. ...
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June
20,
2017
How to be a road warrior this summer when you’re flying and not driving.  ...
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June
20,
2017
Here’s how to become a public relations person of the year – by doing the opposite of public relations. ...
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June
19,
2017
For one recent alumna, finding an appreciative space meant following a road right into STEM-based doctoral research. ...
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June
16,
2017
Our interview with a former fire investigator and current faculty member on ways homeowners can protect themselves. ...
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June
12,
2017
Farewell party culminates in surprise announcement honoring outgoing president Stephen M. Jordan and his wife Ruthie. ...
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June
06,
2017
What does a song look like? Students stretch their perceptions through the synesthetic study of ‘Sight Sound Syntax.’ ...
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June
05,
2017
Allison Kassian helped construct a $50M building on her university’s campus while she was still a student. ...
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June
05,
2017
English Professor Cynthia Kuhn won an Agatha Award this year for her first mystery novel, ‘The Semester of our Discontent.’ ...
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May
31,
2017
Emily Zimmermann’s vision is to speak to the heart of access – for blind-friendly websites, and beyond. ...
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May
23,
2017
What makes the Summer Soirée the place to be this June 10? Here are 5 reasons you won’t want to miss it! ...
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May
23,
2017
Even with comparatively low tuition rates, student loan debt can be debilitating. Our aid expert weighs in on what everyone needs to know. ...
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May
23,
2017
Thanks to a resourceful program, students who fell just short of admissions requirements are being accepted to college anyway – then given the support to succeed.​ ...
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May
23,
2017
Whenever societies find themselves in flux or experiencing change, immigrants often seem to emerge as the fall guy – but why? Politics professor Robert Preuhs explains. ...
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May
22,
2017
Brandi Scott talks about national student-support policy and MSU Denver’s new Center for Equity and Student Achievement in this Coffee Break episode. ...
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Our Experts
Zsuzsa Balogh
professor of civil engineering technology
Jeffrey Helton
associate professor of health professions
Vincent Piturro
associate professor of English
Keah Schuenemann
associate professor of earth and atmospheric sciences
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