PLEASE RSVP BY DEC 6. A western themed holiday gathering with the Brest Committee at The Denver Woman's Press Club. Special hors d'oeuvre and refreshment will be served. Parking in lot just north of the clubhouse.
Meet three Country Directors leading Water For People’s nine country programs across Africa, India, and Latin America for water and sanitation services. The directors will talk about their programs in their respective countries, and then there will be time to mingle afterwards. This event is free and open to the public. Drinks and light refreshments will be served.
In China, one of the more popular ways to dine out with friends is to hit a hot-pot restaurant. At these often raucous halls, you order a bubbling cauldron of broth and then dump in a progression of thin slices of fat-ribboned meat, vegetables and noodles.
Jason Pack is a Western expert on Middle Eastern history, the Islamic State’s activities in Libya, and Libya's jihadi militias. He explains the threats that the Islamic State's growth in Libya poses to essential Western interests.
Please join CEUCE in welcoming Dr. David Levy, Director of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University for a talk on media consumption in the EU and the US, and issues of trust and polarization.
Carmilla Raymon Belfon, PHD candidate at the University of Denver and Iliff School of Theology, examined the modern migration situation on three different horizons while she was studying in Rome. She will discuss how migrations introducing secondary languages into Europe will influence the region and what the relationship between migrations and religious studies is. There will be a Q&A after her presentation.
Join WorldDenver for their third Book Club event featuring Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. This is a story about two teenagers from Nigeria who fall in love but then move to different countries.
This one-day workshop is an essential introduction for anyone interested in a career in the humanitarian sector. You will hear first hand experiences from individuals who have been involved in humanitarianism, learn about the nature of humanitarian relief, and look at the skills you have to bring to the sector.
Coffee socials offer students, faculty, and community members the opportunity to gather and share their work in Africa, or learn about Africa (for those who have never been). This is a great way to meet others and discuss collaboration ideas! African coffee is served, with breakfast snacks, tea, juice, and water. All are welcome! All coffee socials are held in the Montreal Room at Johnson Hall Room 108, which is the School of Global Environmental Sustainability at Colorado State University.