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International News | July 28, 2021

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Community of Support for International Students & Scholars: Virtual & In-Person

Community of Support for International Students & Scholars: Virtual & In-Person

July 5, 2020 |

CU Denver | Anschutz: OIA Virtual Services & University’s Safe Return

“We are experiencing such an unprecedented time and the Office of International Affairs, as well as staff and faculty in other departments at the University of Colorado Denver | … Read More

Designing a Great Future

April 15, 2019 |

CU Denver International Architecture Students Excel 

Ranked by Forbes as #4 in “Best Places for Business and Careers in the U.S.” and #2 by U.S. News & World Report in “Ten Best Places To Live in the U.S.”, 2018, Denver, … Read More

Happy Summer Reading! Explore International Perspectives

April 25, 2018 |

ESL Academy Student Success Stories

Spring semester is in its final stretch, and summer is almost here. Get ready to enjoy a season filled with longer daylight hours, more time for outdoor recreation, and extra moments for catching up on … Read More

True West Meets True East: CU Denver Dragon Boat Team

April 24, 2018 |

Team Invited to Hong Kong for June Competition

Drums are pounding a rhythmic beat, gallons of water are splashing over the sides of the colorful 40-foot long canoe, and the 22 members of the CU Denver Dragon Boat team are … Read More

Differences Between Chinese & American Education

May 8, 2014 |

A growing number of Chinese students are choosing to study abroad when they reach the college level. However, at the elementary, middle school and high school levels, Chinese parents consider the Chinese education system to be the best in the world. What are the main differences between the Chinese and American approach to education? Read More

Traditional Paper Book Reading Must Never Die

April 1, 2014 |

Print vs Electronic Books in China

When Andy Warhol said, “I never read. I just look at pictures,” perhaps he foresaw the information age’s inevitable impacts on people’s traditional reading style. According to the China National Reading Survey from 1999 to 2011, the average number of paper books Chinese adults read per year in 2011 was only 4.35 compared to 6.64 in 1999. However, the national multimedia reading has increased dramatically from 3.70% to 77.60% during the past twelve years. With the developments of new media in the information age, it is time for people to reposition the value of traditional reading. Read More