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Check the hotlinks at the side to visit GSSW. Filed under: Uncategorized

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Four years, until we meet again GSSW

August 15, 2011 was my first day with the Admission office at the Graduate School of Social Work. I came in to my office mate, and an office door (a first in my career). Four years later I leave DU, GSSW and my time in Craig Hall with celebration, memories, and ...

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Why you should present at the Grad Research and Performance Summit

Last week, a group of students from the Certificate for Social Work with Latinos/as and I presented at the DU Graduate Research and Performance Summit (DU RAPS). Along with a handful of other MSW students, we contributed our perspective and shared a framework that can often be quite different from ...

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The Work-School Balance

As a work-study student in the admissions office, many prospective students ask me if people work in the program, if it’s possible, and if not, how on earth does anyone make ends meet? When I first came to GSSW for orientation, I remember worrying about my future schedule, consisting of work-study, internship, ...

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The Work-School Balance

As a work-study student in the admissions office, many prospective students ask me if people work in the program, if it’s possible, and if not, how on earth does anyone make ends meet? When I first came to GSSW for orientation, I remember worrying about my future schedule, consisting of work-study, internship, ...

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First Impressions

When I received my acceptance letter from GSSW to be in the Advanced Standing program, I could not have been more excited.  I had grown up in a small town called Mars Hill, NC- just twenty minutes north of Asheville.  I went to undergrad at Mars Hill College, five minutes ...

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Mexico Trip Blog Site

I am both excited and nervous to head over to Puebla in a few days!! Here is where the Latino Certificate students will be posting about our trip experience. Feel free to read along :) Filed under: Uncategorized

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Summer in Denver

One of my primary motivations for relocating from California to Colorado was to experience a winter season in the Rockies. I’ve been a snowboarder for as long as I can remember, and I finally felt in a place where I could relinquish my love for the Sierras to a range ...

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18th Chancellor for the University of Denver named

Dr. Rebecca Chopp 18th Chancellor University of Denver Photo courtesy of: University of Denver   The University of Denver announced today, June 12, 2014 that the 18th Chancellor of the University of Denver is Dr. Rebecca Chopp. Dr. Chopp comes to DU from from Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania where she has served as President since ...

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Local Hot Spots to Visit

Whether you have a few hours of free time or an entire weekend there is so much that is offered in the Denver area. For those who have a sweet tooth and a love for doughnuts there are multiple doughnut shops around DU. Staff and student favorites alike include Jelly ...

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