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Office of International Affairs Archives | Page 11 of 13 | International News | University of Colorado Denver

Sustainability in Berlin

August 12, 2013 |

CU Denver and Ecologic Institute Sign Agreement for Semester-long Study Abroad Program

On August 12, an agreement between the University of Colorado Denver and the Ecologic Institute of Berlin formalized the start of a new semester-long program of applied research: Sustainability in Berlin. The MOU (memorandum of understanding) was signed by university representative Provost Roderick Nairn and R. Andreas Kraemer, Founding Director of Ecologic Institute of Berlin. Read More

Internationalizing U.S. College Campuses: University of Colorado Denver Participates in Key Forum

July 24, 2013 |

By welcoming international students to the United States and encouraging American students to study abroad, institutions are enhancing the competitiveness of the U.S. educational system, connecting future global leaders with American culture and business, and creating a positive impact on the national economy. Read More

University of Colorado Denver Hosts China Delegation

June 3, 2013 |

The University of Colorado Denver was one of three American institutions visited by a seventeen member educational delegation sponsored by the China Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE), China’s professional association focused on the internationalization of Chinese higher education that conducts international educational exchanges and cooperation. The delegation, comprised of high-ranking officials and faculty members from eleven different Chinese institutions, arrived on the CU Denver and Anschutz Medical Campus on May 31 with the goal of exploring a variety of educational partnership options. Read More

Engineering Senior Design Team wins First Place at Shell Eco-Marathon

May 17, 2013 |

HOUSTON – Determined to be the first team from the University of Colorado Denver to participate in and win the Shell Eco-Marathon Americas competition – which encourages students to design the most fuel-efficient vehicles in the world – nine members of the university’s Mechanical Engineering Senior Design class achieved their goal on April 7. The team won first place in their category for a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle they designed and built that achieved a maximum of 205 miles per gallon.  (Last year’s winner in the same category achieved 169 miles per gallon.) Read More

Saudi IECHE: Building a Global Platform for Higher Education

April 30, 2013 |

(Left to right): George F. Kacenga, Director of International Enrollment Management (CU Denver), Anthony Shull, Executive Director of International Affairs (UCCS), Dr. Alterkawi, King Saud University, and Dr. John Stevenson, Dean of the Graduate School (CU Boulder), meet with the Director of International Relations for King Saud University during their recent trip to Saudi Arabia.


Building a Global Platform for Higher Education

CU participates in 4th International Exhibition and Conference on Higher Education, Saudi Arabia

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Construction Slated for CU Medical Facility in Guatemala

January 29, 2013 |

The construction of a $1 million medical facility in an impoverished corner of Guatemala is slated to begin in March, marking the University of Colorado School of Medicine’s first long-term presence in a developing nation.
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OIA Joins Forces in the Community

January 15, 2013 |

By Lateefah Young, CU Denver Study Abroad Peer Advisor

On January 8, 2013, staff at the Office of International Affairs (OIA) teamed up with Food Bank of the Rockies, volunteering their time to make food boxes for senior citizens. It was a chance for us to give back to the community and to get to know our colleagues better.

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3 Ways for International Students to Cut U.S. College Costs

October 22, 2012 |

U.S. News & World Report

Paying for college can be manageable if you explore schools’ housing, meal, and job options.

International students reviewing cost of attendance estimates for U.S. universities may wonder how they’re going to afford all four years of college. But it’s possible to research ways to trim expenses by hundreds to thousands of dollars before arriving in the United States.

[Get tips and news on studying in the United States.]

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Student Participant in Tongji Summer Studio

September 8, 2012 |

Elijah Jordan, Master of Architecture student, participated in the 2012 Tongji CAUP International Summer School in Shanghai, China. The two-week architecture studio focused on ecological/historical intervention of Shanghai’s Li-long housing. Read More

Visitors from Nanjing

September 8, 2012 |

Thirteen students and four faculty members from the Urban Planning Department at Southeast University (SEU) in Nanjing, China, recently visited the College of Architecture and Planning as part of a month-long educational trip to the United States. CAP’s Master of Urban Design (MUD) program Read More