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  • Morgridge Addictions Specialists Featured on 9News
    November 17
    Morgridge Office of Communications

    As part of KUSA Channel 9 Denver’s Recovery Week special on addictions, news anchor TaRhonda Thomas interviewed Counseling Psychology (CP) Addictions Specialization director, Mike Faragher. Faragher is a Level II National Gambling Counselor, as a Board Approved Clinical Consultant by the International Gambling Counselor...

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  • Alumna Elected to Board of Denver Public Schools
    November 10
    Morgridge Office of Communications

    On Tuesday, November 7, Morgridge College of Education alumna Dr. Carrie Olson (PhD, ’16) was elected to represent district 3 on the school board for Denver Public Schools. Olson beat out incumbent Mike Johnson 52% to 48%. Olson graduated from Morgridge in Curriculum and...

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  • Educational Leadership Team Participate in Carnegie Foundation Initiative
    October 20
    Morgridge Office of Communications

    Morgridge College of Education Educational Leadership and Policy Studies (ELPS) Department and Denver Public Schools have been invited to participate in the first Leadership and Education Development (iLEAD) initiative at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Erin Anderson, ELPS Assistant Professor; Sandy...

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  • Salazar Featured on Wallethub
    October 20
    Morgridge Office of Communications

    Morgridge College of Education Associate Professor of Teaching and Learning Sciences and Teacher Education Program, Dr. Maria Salazar, sat down with Wallethub.com for its assessment of the Best and Worst states for teachers and expert panel on issues teachers are facing today and how...

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  • Federal Grant Supports Work with Rural Gifted Students
    October 17
    Morgridge Office of Communications

    There has been a substantial increase in the discussion of rural education in America. This conversation is particularly critical in states, like Colorado, where 80% of the state’s school districts are classified as rural. Add to that the diverse gifted student population, including those...

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  • New Partnership Creates Urban Teacher Fellowship
    October 4
    Morgridge Office of Communications

    The University of Denver Morgridge College of Education (MCE) and Denver Public Schools (DPS) today announced the creation of a pilot teacher education program aimed at placing highly trained educators in some of the most highly impacted schools in the Denver metro area. The DPS...

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  • Alumnae Honored by Colorado Succeeds
    October 3
    Morgridge Office of Communications

    Three Morgridge College Educational Leadership and Policy Studies (ELPS) alumnae were recently recognized for their efforts when their schools were honored by the Colorado Succeeds Prize.  Valdez Elementary School Principal Jessica Buckley and Assistant Principal Gwen Frank, both graduates of the DPS Ritchie ELPS...

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  • Alum Receives My Brother’s Keeper Award
    September 30
    Morgridge Office of Communications

    On September 30, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies gradate Fernando Branch (Education Administration, Secondary School Leadership, ’12) was honored by the City and County of Denver at the My Brother’s Keeper 25 luncheon at the Park Hill Golf Course. Originally an initiative of the...

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