Wine, Cheese, Chocolate and Conversation

Regis University’s School of Humanities & Social Sciences (SHSS) will be hosting its WC3 event on Thursday, August 21 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. in the SHSS suite in Clarke Hall, room #339. WC3 stands for Wine, Cheese, Chocolate and Conversation. This event was started in the fall of 2013 to bring facilitators, staff, students and […]

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Mission Possible

Mission Possible

Doing research for one of her first Master of Nonprofit Management (MNM) classes, Bertha Cerda heard of a remote mountain village in Ecuador without clean water. Residents, sometimes women in their 80s, carried buckets of water up steep trails. This was not only difficult work, but often led to the water being contaminated by bacteria. Hearing that […]

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New Models for Learning: The Rise of Competency Based Education

The key to innovation in education is to find ways around or through the existing policy barriers that insist one size fits all.

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New Direction for Principal Licensure at Regis University

Regis University is pleased to announce a major “re-imagining” of our Principal Licensure program.

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Service Learning

A critical component in the recent revision of the undergraduate Elementary Education program is a Service Learning component that is useful and easy to manage for our undergraduate students.

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Get to Know: Laurie Sperry

Get to Know: Laurie Sperry

Dr. Laurie Sperry is an associate professor in the CPS School of Education. She has been with Regis since September 2013. She spoke with us about her work, life and affinity for extreme sports. What do you teach? Classes in early childhood special education and in the Autism Certificate Program What is your area of […]

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Saluting Our Grads

Saluting Our Grads

Nearly 1,300 students received degrees during commencement ceremonies on May 3 and 4 on the University’s North Denver (Lowell) Campus. Baccalaureate and graduate degrees were awarded to graduates of the College for Professional Studies on May 3 at 10 a.m. Experience or relive the excitement of spring commencement ceremonies through our slideshow below:

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Make Yours a Truly Great Workplace – Nonprofit Insights

Make Yours a Truly Great Workplace – Nonprofit Insights

[By Richard Male, Professor for Regis University's Master of Nonprofit Management degree program and founder of Richard Male Associates.] The Denver Post recently announced the polling and research culminating in its third annual “Top Workplaces,” honoring a wide range of employers, listing various strategies that our region’s most preferred employers use to retain and reward their teams, and […]

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How Regis Celebrates Earth Day Every Day

How Regis Celebrates Earth Day Every Day

Happy Earth Day everyone! As people around our globe dedicate this day to appreciate all that is Mother Earth and how we can best preserve her gifts, Regis University sees sustainability practices as a center part of our Jesuit Mission. Our programs focus on reducing our footprint and encouraging community awareness and practices on a daily basis. […]

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Regis On The Rise – Strategic Plan Announced

Regis On The Rise – Strategic Plan Announced

Today Regis University announced a new strategic plan, comprised of seven key initiatives to advance and evolve the university’s reputation as a premier, globally-engaged institution of learning in the Jesuit tradition that prepares leaders to live productive lives of faith, meaning and service. Regis is on the rise. The seven initiatives as part of the strategic […]

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