Designing & Developing Knowledge
When high-achieving faculty members develop into distinguished scholars who shape their fields, they also enhance the reputation of the University. During the next decade, DU will accelerate engagement with new shapes of knowledge. As detailed in Transformative Direction Two, we will leverage the growing interest among students and faculty to connect with one another outside their departments and schools and to be challenged by perspectives that lie outside their disciplines. This approach to knowledge is marked by curiosity, risk-taking and adventure. It mirrors the world our graduates will enter.
We will also recruit, strengthen and retain outstanding faculty to discover and design knowledge—or pursue research in its many manifestations—in a robust intellectual environment of curiosity, adventure and service to the public good. We especially aspire to address complex challenges facing the world by collaborating across academic units to create, preserve, transmit and apply the knowledge we produce.
Dear Colleagues, I am pleased to announce Dr. Karen Riley has agreed to serve as Strategic Director of the Health Initiatives. Karen officially assumed the role on Oct. 1, 2019. […]
Dear members of the DU community, We are pleased to announce that Art Jones has been selected as the Interim Vice Chancellor for Diversity & Inclusion and will assume this […]
In the fall, 23 multidisciplinary faculty teams applied to the Knowledge Bridges Incubator RFP. Feedback was provided to all 23 proposal teams and nine proposals were selected to move into […]
Do you want to collaborate with colleagues across campus? Are you interested in learning who at DU has similar research or teaching interests? If the answer to either question is […]
On February 27, 2019 at 5 p.m., join Dr. Lotta Granholm for an Update on Healthy Aging and Dementia Research, 5th floor event space of the Engineering and Computer Science Building. Dr. […]
Questions about the Knowledge Bridges Incubator RFP? Read through the FAQ below:
Multidisciplinary faculty teams can now receive up to $300,000 for problem-based research through the Knowledge Bridges Incubator RFP. Join Corinne Lengsfeld, vice provost for research and graduate education, for a […]
We have hired an Executive Director and a Program Coordinator who will join the Associate Director and University College support teams to expand on the foundation of existing programming that […]
Julia Macdonald is an assistant professor of International Relations at the University of Denver’s Korbel School of International Studies. Her research focuses on state threat assessments, use of force decisions, and […]
Pavielle Haines received her PhD in Politics at Princeton University in 2018. Her work focuses on identity politics, racial politics, political psychology and behavior, public opinion, electoral politics, and experimental and […]
In order to better focus its efforts and effectively collect and deploy resources, IRISE has engaged in two connected processes during the Winter and Spring Quarters. First, on February 9, […]
We are excited to announce the first cohort of fellows! Jeanne Abrams, Professor, Curator of Beck Archives, University Libraries Apryl Alexander, Clinical Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Professional Psychology Yolanda Anyon, Assistant […]
We have changed the language of the Professional Research Opportunity Fund (PROF) and increased the funds available for a 3-person multi-disciplinary team from $30,000-$45,000. We received several multi-disciplinary proposals during the last […]