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Just in case you forgot

Make sure these upcoming events and deadlines are on your calendar.

By Lindsey Coulter

September 18, 2019

Students walking down tree-covered sidewalk on Auraria Campus.ACUE cohort applications due today

Metropolitan State University of Denver has officially partnered with the Association of College and University Educators to launch the first MSU Denver Effective Teaching Practices faculty cohort. The program is primarily designed for tenure-track and Category II faculty, but long-serving affiliate faculty may also apply.

Only 30 spots are available, and applications are due today.


Nonretained Student Analysis: the students who broke up with us

The fifth Strategic Enrollment Management Data Series presentation will shed light on the various subgroups that make up the broader nonretained-student population. Attendees also will learn about trends among students who have transferred out to new institutions, including institutional type and major.


2:30-3:30 p.m.

CAVEA, 4th floor JSSB

No RSVP necessary.

Contact presenter Mark Baccei, Ph.D., enrollment-management research analyst, for more information.


Immigrant Resource Fair

Dreamer and DACA attendees can meet with immigration attorneys and access medical, financial-aid and other resources while also building community over some pizza. There will also be a DACA renewal workshop, including a raffle for more than 20 DACA renewal grants, available to MSU Denver students and community members.

Faculty, staff and peer allies can attend a Know Your Rights Training from noon-3 p.m. The training will cover correct procedures, rights and responsibilities as well as best strategies to ensure that Immigration and Customs Enforcement does not overstep its authority. 

Sept. 26

Noon-7 p.m.

Center for Multicultural Excellence and Inclusion, JSSB 237


Translation/Interpreting Colloquium 2019

Hosted by the MSU Denver Department of Modern Languages, the free Translation/Interpreting Colloquium features certified translators, interpreters and leaders in the global translation and interpreting industry. The event will include student panels and open forums as well as sessions on career tracks and trilingual interpreting. At 1 p.m., American Translators Association President Corinne McKay will deliver the keynote address on finding your niche in the language professions.

Sept. 27

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Tivoli Student Union Multicultural Lounge, Room 261

All languages welcome.

Contact Wendy Gallagher, senior lecturer, Spanish and translation, for more information.


Teaching and Learning With Technology Symposium

The free Teaching and Learning With Technology Symposium, hosted by the Center for Teaching, Learning and Design, will feature a keynote from alum Sean Michael Morris, author of “An Urgency of Teachers,” as well as talks on accessibility and universal design, faculty learning communities, Open Educational Resources and online course facilitation.

Anyone interested in teaching, learning and sharing ideas is welcome to attend, including colleagues from other institutions. Refreshments, a continental breakfast and a full lunch are included.

Oct. 11

8:30 a.m.-3 p.m.

Tivoli Turnhalle

Topics: Center for Multicultural Excellence and Inclusion, Center for Teaching, Learning and Design, Events, Retention

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