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AMPLIFY Podcast: the February 28 Pathways 2 Teaching and CBR Fellows Edition

Feb. 28, 2018

The February 28 podcast edition of AMPLIFY highlights the work of Colorado's Pathways 2 Teach program and CU Engage's Community-Based Research (CBR) Graduate Fellows program. The collaboration between CU Boulder Education doctoral student and CBR Fellow Brian Lightfoot and Pathways2Teaching highlights the ways that research and practice can be mutually...

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INVST students author children’s book about local Latina hero

Feb. 14, 2018

Do you know the story of local Latina hero and health care advocate Alicia Sanchez? If you are a student attending Alicia Sanchez International Elementary School in Lafayette, CO, you might know that your school is named after Sanchez, a committed Latina community advocate who founded Clínica Family Health in...

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CU Boulder Doctoral Students Invited to Apply for Graduate Fellowship in Community-Based Research

Feb. 14, 2018

CU Engage announces the call for 2018-19 Community-Based Research Fellowships. Eligible doctoral students may apply to become a CBR Fellow. Applications are due April 23 by 5pm.


AMPLIFY Podcast: the January 24 INVST Community Studies Edition

On the January 24 edition, AMPLIFY host Jennifer Ciplet speaks with guests from CU Boulder’s INVST Community Studies Program , incluidng Sabrina Sideris, Program Director of INVST, Summer Taylor, an INVST student and CU Boulder junior majoring in Journalism and Ethnic Studies, and Emma Piller, also an INVST student and...

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AMPLIFY: The December 27th Faculty Fellows Edition: Engineering Students Design Assistive Technology for People with Disabilities

On the December 27th edition of AMPLIFY, host Jennifer Ciplet and her guests discuss an exciting collaboration between the non-profit community organization Imagine! , which works with people with disabilities, and the University of Colorado Boulder College of Engineering and Applied Science . The guests on the December 27th Edition...

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CU Engage Announces Faculty Fellows in Community-Based Learning Request for Proposals

Dec. 13, 2017

< CU Boulder Engineering students working with Professor Melinda Piket-May help develop assistive technology for people with disabilities. Professor Piket-May is a 2017-18 Faculty Fellow. Click here for the RFP. CU Engage is pleased to announce this Request for Proposals that will provide grants of $4,000 for Faculty Fellows in...


AMPLIFY: the November 22 Leadership Studies Minor Edition

Tune in for the second episode of CU Engage's monthly podcast, " AMPLIF Y: Stories of University-Community Collaboraitons ," on Wednesday, Nov. 22 at 9 a.m. on KGNU . On the November 22 episode, AMPLIFY host Jennifer Ciplet discusses CU Boulder's Leadership Studies Minor with undergraduate students Madaline Pellicore and...

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INVST and CU Dialogues Each Facilitate Different Sessions at the Fall 2017 Diversity Summit

Nov. 1, 2017

Two CU Engage programs, INVST Community Studies and CU Dialogues , are facilitating distinct, engaging and important sessions for CU Boulder students, faculty and staff at this year's Diversity and Inclusion Summit , a program of The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement , which takes place at CU...

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CU Boulder DACA Recipient Poised to Become a Doctor, Advocates for Immigration Policy Reform

Oct. 18, 2017

Now is the time to act without fear. My only crime has been to dream the American Dream. -Gaby, CU Boulder student, Puksta Scholar and DACA recipient Gabriela “Gaby” S. is the first person in her family to graduate from high school. Today, she is a third-year University of Colorado...

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Mourning the Loss of Former INVST Director Dr. Seana Lowe Steffen

Sept. 21, 2017

INVST Community Studies, CU Engage, and the School of Education are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Dr. Seana Lowe Steffen. Dr. Steffen was the Director of INVST Community Studies, a CU leadership training program focused on social justice, from 1993-2006. A visionary leader who helped grow and...