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DENVER — “Have you ever had a dream and made it happen?” asked Anwar Ali during a presentation to her fellow students and supporters at the Oct. 12 graduation ceremonies in the University of Colorado Denver’s ESL (English as a Second Language) Academy.
by Amanda Heerskink
DENVER – CU Denver’s Office of International Affairs is developing and facilitating a range of links across the globe. Among the options for students based here to expand their horizons is through the International Colleges Beijing.
Marie Hastings-Tolsma studies indigenous herbs and pregnancy.
Marie Hastings-Tolsma, PhD, CNM
by Amy Vaerewyck
Inside the dusty little shop, she strolls by shelves packed with roots, bark and plant leaves. Behind the counter, she can see rows and rows of tiny plastic bottles filled with different-colored powders. And from the ceiling hang parts of every animal she can imagine—ostrich heads, horse legs, crocodile tails.
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.
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
A $1 million gift lays foundation for first permanent presence in developing nation
By David Kelly
The heat was stifling, lying like a wet blanket over the tiny village of El Pomal in southwest Guatemala. A CU School of Medicine team sweated through their pale blue scrubs as a line of children snaked around the concrete school house.
“We have seen 12 children so far and nine had diarrhea for more than two weeks and about two-thirds have parasites,” said Edwin Asturias, MD, director for Latin America at the Center for Global Health, part of the Colorado School of Public Health. “What we are seeing is a chronic cycle of poverty.”