“You’re seeing these online communities explore what works and what doesn’t work when it comes to different ways of doing governance,” said Brian Keegan, an assistant professor in the Department of Information Science.
Researchers behind the new study, “Advertising Primed: How Professional Identity Affects Moral Reasoning,” found that today’s practitioners are engaging in a significantly higher rate of moral reasoning than those previously tested.
Is your voice underrepresented in public conversation? If so, you’re encouraged to apply for a spot in “Write to Change the World,” a workshop created by the OpEd Project and brought to campus by the College of Media, Communication and Information (CMCI).
CMCI unequivocally supports our DACA and LGBTQIA+ community members. We applaud these Supreme Court decisions that affect our students and community and will continue to work together to address issues of inequality, racism and discrimination. Read Dean Bergen's full statement.
To call Steven Frost a master weaver may seem like stating the obvious. One need only see his work—including his piece, “The Mile High Pride Flag,” created for Denver’s 2020 Pridefest celebration—to recognize his virtuosic technique with textiles.
As of April, the novel coronavirus had not halted most aspects of everyday life in Palisade, Colorado. Instead, the area was left reeling from a 19-degree freeze that killed an estimated 90% of the area's crops, according to the Farm Bureau. While they knew the pandemic would cause difficulties later down the line, the freeze left farmers with the unexpected problem of deciding what would come next for their workers.