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While the next 50 years are likely to bring challenges, MSU Denver will meet them with innovation, creativity and its inimitable “scrappy” style.
On the occasion of MSU Denver’s 50th anniversary, two of the University’s earliest graduates recall how their transformative education – and outstanding professors – paved the way for their success.
MSU Denver’s dramatic and difficult birth in 1965 helped forge a spirit of resilience and innovation that will serve the University well on the road ahead.
Through her work at a United Nations think tank, alumna Michaella Vanore is helping to develop sound migration policy on the world stage.
MSU Denver got an award-winning jazz virtuoso when Don Byron joined the faculty last fall. Now music students get to learn from a master.
Alumnus Hugo Teufel is safeguarding your privacy in today’s global information society.
Alumna, donor and avid balloonist Janice Marie King calls MSU Denver her “launching point.” Now she’s helping others reach new heights.
As CEO of Provident Healthcare, alumnus Bill Nooning considers communication powerful medicine.
Cristian Solano-Córdova had everything he needed to succeed in college except U.S. citizenship.
Telling MSU Denver’s story means showing how it transforms lives, communities and higher education.