Join The Alumni Board of The Morgridge College of Education for the Spring Signature Event: A Discussion with Carrie Morgridge, Author of Every Gift Matters and Chancellor Rebecca Chopp, Chancellor of the University of Denver.

Carrie Morgridge is the author of Every Gift Matters and the Vice President of the Morgridge Family Foundation. For the past fifteen years, Carrie and her husband, John, have worked tirelessly to leverage their foundation’s funds, spark innovation, and fuel transformation. She graduated summa cum laude from International Academy of Design and Technology, giving her an edge on design innovation. Carrie is an aggressive athlete, finishing nine ironman competitions. She is recognized nationally for her work as a philanthropist, student advocate, and the creator of innovative professional development for teachers.

The event will feature an interview and Q&A session with Carrie Morgridge and Chancellor Chopp, a reception, and book sales/signing for Every Gift Matters.

Tuesday, May 5, 2015
5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Katherine A. Ruffatto Hall

Morgridge College of Education community members had the unique opportunity to ask new University of Denver Chancellor, Dr. Rebecca Chopp, questions about higher education, inclusive excellence, technology, and community building. The video series Chatting with Chopp features Chancellor Chopp as she answers questions posed by the DU Community.

Chancellor Chopp brings a wealth of experience to DU.  Most recently, she served as the president at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. In addition to her advanced administrative roles at numerous institutions, Chancellor Chopp is a widely published author and editor. In 2013, she co-edited the book Remaking College: Innovation in the Liberal Arts. The Morgridge College of Education is excited to share our opportunity to Chat with Chopp.

Watch the video above to learn more about Chancellor Chopp’s perspective on higher education.


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