CAS Moves to Denison Arts & Sciences

We have moved to the Denison Arts & Sciences Building - our new home!
The address is 1080 Broadway - It is located just north of the CU Museum, and west of the Shakespeare garden. 

Come on by and visit us!

CAS Executive Director Danielle Rocheleau Salaz wins Employee of the Year Award

Danielle

Danielle Salaz has been awarded the College of Arts and Sciences Employee of the Year award for 2023. She was recognized for her innovation, problem solving skills, and proactive investment in the success of the Center for Asian Studies and the College as a whole. As one nominator put it: “Much of (the success of the Center) is due to Danielle’s commitment to excellence, her exceptional work habits, her high level of knowledge and initiative, and her consistently positive attitude.”
Congratulations Danielle!

What’s New at CAS

CAS Events this week- Indonesian Potluck, We are the twins of Komodo dragons, Writing Conversational Artificial Intelligence in Japan

Feb. 26, 2024

Indonesian Potluck Saturday, March 2, 2024, 5pm to 7pm CU Rec Center, Ice Overlook Large Meeting Room Please join a potluck! BRING YOUR FAVORITE DISH TO SHARE WITH EVERYONE! NURUL.WAHYUNI@COLORADO.EDU (720) 541-0104 Co-Sponsored by the Center for Asian Studies and the Metropolitan State University Denver Asian Studies Program. “We are...

Upcoming events - Feeding Asceticism and CUBASGA

Feb. 19, 2024

Feeding Asceticism: Himalayan Buddhist Renunciation, Devotion, and Embodied Intimate Care Thursday, February 22 at 6pm Humanities 250 In Tibetan and Himalayan Buddhist biographies, devotion frames stories of the intimate, emotionally intense connections between gurus and disciples. By contrast, Tibetan Buddhist accounts of renunciation often highlight separation, departure, and absence, themes...