Implementation Group

Student Navigation

As detailed in Transformative Direction One, DU aspires to be an intellectual, intentional and engaged academic community that cultivates critical thinking, knowledge and ethical leadership to prepare undergraduate, graduate and professional students to chart their own future and contribute to and serve the public good. While at DU, students will transform their views of the world, develop their character, and learn rigorous intellectual and practical skills.

We are encouraging academic engagement by supporting students holistically in their personal and professional development. At DU, students will acquire the skills they need to navigate their lives and careers by focusing on their strengths and taking charge of their educational journeys. Learn about our progress below!

Lili Rodriguez
Vice Chancellor for Campus Life and Inclusive Excellence
Keith Miller
Interim Associate Provost for Graduate Education
Spotlight
Student Compostable Cup Business Takes Off Thanks to Pioneering Summer
Spotlight
E-STEM program helps underrepresented students succeed

Updates

October 14, 2019
Hands-on ‘Xperiences’ Partners Students and Companies for Credit

  “Cute” is the word that comes to mind when meeting Kiwibot. Knee high with the dimensions of a small cooler, the four-wheeled machine’s digital face winks and makes heart […]

Hands-on ‘Xperiences’ Partners Students and Companies for Credit
September 1, 2019
Shape our public spaces at the DU Furniture Fair

On September 18–19, DU will host a Furniture Fair — this is a great opportunity for us to collectively shape the vibe of our new spaces! Seven different furniture dealers […]

Shape our public spaces at the DU Furniture Fair
Join us for the Dimond Family Residential Village topping-out ceremony

Dimond Family Residential Village topping-out ceremony Friday, Sept. 20 3 p.m. Galena Foundation Outdoor Classroom, north of Katherine A. Ruffatto Hall

Join us for the Dimond Family Residential Village topping-out ceremony
May 15, 2019
DU DialogUes Update

We are pleased to announce the hire of our DU DialogUes Graduate Coordinators for 2019-20: Franklin Hughes is a rising second year master’s student in the Korbel School, where he’s […]

DU DialogUes Update
March 25, 2019
DU Receives $5M Gift From Dimond Family Foundation

The Dimond Family Foundation has donated a $5 million gift to the University of Denver for its new first-year residence hall, which will be named the Dimond Family Residential Village. […]

DU Receives $5M Gift From Dimond Family Foundation
February 20, 2019
Join us in 2 weeks for the Justice Fleet!

We’re excited to be hosting a Marsico Visiting Scholar and Artist, Dr. Amber Johnson of St. Louis University. With additional support from across the university (thanks to GWST, CLIE, ODI, […]

Join us in 2 weeks for the Justice Fleet!
February 6, 2019
DU welcomes The Justice Fleet to campus, March 4-7, 2019!

The Justice Fleet is a mobile network of experiences that foster community healing through art, play, and dialogue. Each exhibit engages community members in discussions about implicit and explicit bias, social […]

DU welcomes The Justice Fleet to campus, March 4-7, 2019!
December 5, 2018
Undergrads are invited to register for COMN 2000: Identities in Dialogue
Undergrads are invited to register for COMN 2000: Identities in Dialogue
June 30, 2016
Studying Residential Experience

In 2016, we selected Brailsford & Dunlavey to help study our strengths and needs in the residential experience. Brailsford & Dunlavey led workshops with over 200 community members and put […]

Studying Residential Experience

Initiatives

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Academic Advising
Academic Advising
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The Denver Advantage
The Denver Advantage
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Navigating DU, Navigating Life
Navigating DU, Navigating Life
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DU DialogUes
DU DialogUes
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Graduate Student Experience Working Group
Graduate Student Experience Working Group