In case you missed News@MSU Denver this week, here’s your chance to catch up on the top stories for the week of April 14.
Auraria campus students voted earlier this month to extend the bus and light rail pass program from August 18, 2014 through August 16, 2015.
When baseball fan Jane Broida, a professor in the Department of Health Professions, learned that kids in Cartagena, Colombia, lacked baseball equipment to start a youth league, she decided to do something about it.
The Veteran Leader Corps office at MSU Denver joined the 2014 Rocky Mountain Peace Jam conference held at Regis University in March and delivered donated clothing to the local veterans hospital.
The MSU Denver Department of Nursing has been approved by the Sigma Theta Tau International board of directors for membership in the Alpha Kappa Chapter-at-Large of the Honor Society of Nursing
We extend kudos this week to faculty, staff and students who continue to distinguish themselves and MSU Denver through their accomplishments.
Several refugees will share their personal stories of leaving their home countries and resettling in the United States at St Cajetan’s Center from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on April 22.
The first service learning-designated courses at MSU Denver will be in the University’s catalog for fall 2014.
The new Music Technology Laboratory in the Plaza Building is now open.
Several MSU Denver philosophy students were selected to present papers at a prestigious, international annual conference on April 4 and 5.
MSU Denver students studying criminal justice presented suggestions to bar owners last month on how to reduce crime in lower downtown Denver.
Jose Lopez, a lecturer in the Department of Aviation and Aerospace Science, will demonstrate high-tech software on April 19 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the aviation building for students in the Colorado Association of Black Professional Engineers and Scientists.
The Educational Technology Center (ETC) reports the adoption rate of the new learning management system (LMS) has steadily increased during the spring 2014 semester.
MSU Denver will offer a course in June that features a five-day float through the Gates of Lodore on the Green River in Utah’s Dinosaur National Monument, if enough students enroll.
Kenn Bisio, associate professor of journalism, held his exhibit, “Forty Years Of Photojournalism In Twenty Photographs,” in February at the Geraint Smith Gallery of Fine Art Photography in Taos, N.M.