From: The GRAD
Date: November 10, 2022
Subject: The GRAD Week 9

Week 9 | Fall 2022

November Graduation Celebration

Wednesday, November 16 (12:00 PM - 3:00 PM) | Burwell Center for Career Achievement 1st Floor Join us in celebrating the success of all the November 2022 Graduates! This includes both undergraduate and graduate students! Snacks, beverages, giveaways, and door prizes will be available. You do not need to be present to win. Stop by any time between 12:00pm – 3:00pm in the Burwell Center for Career Achievement on Wednesday, November 11th to join in the festivities as we welcome our newest grads to the DU Alumni Community! Questions? Contact Career & Professional Development -

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Taste of Thanksgiving

November 22, 12 pm-2 pm

You are all invited to join your fellow international students for a thanksgiving lunch at the I-House, 2200 S Josephine st organized by ISSS and the Office of Student Engagement. Please register to confirm your attendance.
Register here

Intercultural Workshop

Monday, Nov. 14, 2022 (4-5:15pm) | Sturm Hall 379 walk-in Feeling stressed or overwhelmed by cultures? Join us in this interactive workshop. Learn and discuss some of the perks and ideas about intercultural competence. This workshop is in collaboration with the course ENGG 3003 Integrated Communication Skills by our very own doc student, Ping Robert, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies. Just walk-in.

Graduate Study Bible Study | In-Person & Zoom

Fridays, 12-1 pm | ACC Library 212 or Email for Zoom Link If you are as interested in hearing more about the Bible, then come join us on Friday. Our DU Graduate Student weekly gathering meets from 12 PM -1 PM, in AAC Library Study Room 212 on Friday. You can also email Tom Balma at for the Zoom link. If this is your lunch break, then bring your lunch along too.

Protests in Iran for the Death of Mahsa Amini

Over the last month and a half, there have been mounting protests in Iran, resulting from the death of Mahsa Amini. As members of the DU community, both international and domestic, there are resources available for you, if you are experiencing distress and would like to talk with someone.

Below are highlights of support resources available to you: 
  • Health & Counseling Center (HCC) (phone: 303‐871‐2205)
    • All DU students (online or traditional) are eligible to access My SSP
    • My SSP (My Student Support Program) It's okay to ask for help. Contact us for 24/7 real-time support via text, phone, app, or internet. My SSP has counselors available who speak Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Arabic, French, English and many others based on request and availability.
      • Inside the US: 866-743-7732 | Internationally: 001-416-380-6578 | Website:
      • Download the free My SSP app today from your device's app store to get started | My SSP app guide
  • Trauma and Disaster Recovery Clinic (
    • Individualized support is available through both Student Outreach & Support and International Student & Scholar Services.
  • Student Outreach & Support: Student Outreach and Support (SOS) connects students who need help with appropriate campus resources. SOS supports all DU students, graduate or undergraduate, on-campus or distance learners. Whether you're in need of support yourself or know someone who needs our services, please get in contact with us as soon as possible. Email:
    • Drop-in Hours in Community Commons Suite 3001:
      • Monday 1-4PM
      • Thursday 1-4PM
      • Friday 1-4PM
  • Student Assistance Fund (SAF) provides financial assistance to students to help prevent emergency situations or unexpected financial needs from impacting a student’s ability to fully participate in their experience at the University of Denver (DU). The fund is designed to offset a short-term financial need and is not intended to replace or supplement financial aid or other sources of income. Student Outreach and Support will also work with students to discuss long-term plans, as needed.
  • International Student & Scholar Services: Advisors are here to help you with any academic or professional questions, concerns, and anxieties you might have. Or, if you need to speak to someone about immigration, university policies, or cultural adjustments, our advisors are available. Contact:
    • Student Appointments: You can schedule a time to meet with an international student advisor to discuss your questions or concerns. Appointments are held via Zoom, in-person appointment available upon request.
    • Walk-In Advising: Walk-in advising which does not require an appointment is available in the Community Commons Suite 3100. Walk-in hours are Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 1pm to 3pm.

Check out the Crimson Connect Grad Hub! Just log into with your school login and begin connecting with your fellow graduate students!

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