The creative research community at UCDenver is vibrant, diverse, and encompasses a wide range of groups, events, and activities. The CRC supports and promotes events connected to collaborative research. Below is a list of upcoming events on the downtown campus. If you would like to add an event to this page please contact Michael K. Jenson, Assistant Vice Chancellor/Research and Creative Activities at:
ORS – KNOW YOUR AGENCY LUNCH!
We’re happy to announce our upcoming Know Your Agency Lunch Panel on the NIH. This discussion will focus specifically on applying to the NIH for researchers on the Denver campus. Lunch and resources will be provided. We hope to see you there. Details and the registration link are below. Thanks! – Naomi
Know Your Agency Lunch: NIH
4/22/15, 12:00 – 2:00 pm
Academic Building, Rm 1401
Faculty Experts: Laura Argys, Professor, Economics; Jim Grigsby, Professor, Psychology; Sondra Bland, Assistant Professor, Psychology; Jefferson Knight, Assistant Professor, Chemistry
Registration Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NIH-Denver
showcaseS student research, creative, and entrepreneurial activities
Topics of undergraduate and graduate student work will be showcased at the annual Research and Creative Activities Symposium Friday April 17, 2015 in the Student Commons Building (formerly Academic Building 1), Downtown Campus.
All students from both the Denver and Anschutz Medical Campus are eligible to participate in the symposium.
- The Symposium showcases the research, creative and entrepreneurial activities of undergraduates and graduate students on the Denver Campus and Anschutz Medical Campus
- All CU Denver students involved in mentored research, creative, and entrepreneurial activities
- The Symposium provides an opportunity to present your work to an audience of peers, faculty, family, and visitors
- Last year, approximately 120 student researchers participated in the event
- Scholarly activity distinguishes scholarly students! Expand your experience beyond the classroom.
- Develop professionally. Enhance your analytical skills, confidence, creativity, communication skills and more!
- Enhance your resume. Employers, medical schools, and graduate programs seek highly motivated, scholarly candidates!
- Learn what other scholars are doing on both campuses.
- It is rewarding. Share your work with faculty and peers!
For more information please contact:
Carie Carrol, RaCAS Coordinator
Leo Bruederle, Faculty Coordinator
Students may choose to present their scholarly work in many formats including:
- Poster presentations
- Exhibits such as sculpture, photography, models and design (within space allowed)
- Interactive or streaming media
- Performances & Readings
- Oral presentations
- Video presentations