From: The GRAD Hub
Date: January 25
Subject: The GRAD Week 3



The Grad

Winter | Week 3

Join us for an International Story-telling Event!

Tuesday, Feb. 13 (5-6:30pm) | Anderson Academic Commons, Room 290 StorySlam­čîÄ is a presentation-style speaking event for students to share their stories with their peers and the DU community. Speakers are given 3-5 mins to share their story and can use visual aids or props to enhance their narrative. Not interested in being a presenter? We invite you to join us as an attendee and hear from our amazing student storytellers! There will be FREE food served to all participants and audience members. RSVP to be either a presenter or an attendee. Spots are limited, so remember to register today! More info  

Grad Appreciation Week is Coming!

Are you interested in being highlighted on @uofdenvergrad Instagram? This year, the Office of Student Engagement wants to celebrate graduate students by highlighting one graduate student daily throughout Graduate Students’ Appreciation Week (April 1-5). Submit your profile here

The Grad Cafe is Back!

The Grad Cafe is back. Come by the Community Commons, Grad louge, Room 3800 today and meet fellow graduate students while enjoy free coffee and snacks.

Register your Grauduate Student Organization Today

Are you a graduate student group looking to register student organization? or are you a group of graduate students looking to start a new graduate student organization? register Here so that you can be recognized by the University. Graduate Student Government and the Office of Student Engagment are ready to assist you throughout this processess. Feel free to email gsg@du.edu or studentengagement@du.edu

Snack & Smile Monday

Join the Office of Student Engagement on the bridge of Community Commons every other Monday to learn how you can get involved on campus and enjoy sorted snacks while wearing you favorite Monday smile.

happening this week & next

Events

Friday, January 26
Start End   Event         Location
9:00am 10:00am 12-Step Morning Meditation Private Location (register to display)
12:00pm 1:00pm Trans Lunch Private Location (sign in to display)
3:00pm 4:00pm Graduate Student Recovery Meetings Private Location (register to display)
6:00pm 7:30pm Community Dinner Private Location (sign in to display)
Sunday, January 28
3:00pm 4:00pm Eating Disorders Anonymous Private Location (sign in to display)
5:00pm 6:00pm The Meeting that Transcends: AA Meeting Private Location (sign in to display)
Monday, January 29
12:10pm 12:50pm Alcoholics Anonymous Mary-Reed Building, Room MRB 2
4:00pm 6:00pm Authentically Navigating Professionalism Private Location (sign in to display)
6:00pm 7:00pm All Recovery Pathways Meeting Private Location (sign in to display)
6:00pm 8:00pm Social Justice 101: Disney Edition (FREE Food/Drink Voucher) Private Location (register to display)
Tuesday, January 30
1:00pm 2:00pm communiTEA Private Location (sign in to display)
Wednesday, January 31
4:00pm 5:30pm MOCA #1 Private Location (sign in to display)
Thursday, February 1
4:00pm 5:00pm DU Well-being framework Student Feedback Session (ZOOM) Online Event
Friday, February 2
9:00am 10:00am 12-Step Morning Meditation Private Location (register to display)
12:00pm 1:00pm Trans Lunch Private Location (sign in to display)
5:00pm 8:00pm Lunar New Year Private Location (sign in to display)
6:00pm 7:30pm Community Dinner Private Location (sign in to display)
Sunday, February 4
3:00pm 4:00pm Eating Disorders Anonymous Private Location (sign in to display)
5:00pm 6:00pm The Meeting that Transcends: AA Meeting Private Location (sign in to display)
Monday, February 5
10:00am 11:00am DU Well-being framework Student Feedback Session (ZOOM) Online Event
12:10pm 12:50pm Alcoholics Anonymous Mary-Reed Building, Room MRB 2
6:00pm 7:00pm All Recovery Pathways Meeting Private Location (sign in to display)
Tuesday, February 6
1:00pm 2:00pm Pride Lounge hangOUT Private Location (sign in to display)
6:00pm 8:00pm Diversity, Equity & Inclusion 101: Critiquing Harry Potter (FREE Food/Drink Voucher) Private Location (register to display)

CAMP Talks

Tue, Jan. 30th, Tue, Feb. 27th, Mon, Mar. 4th from 5:30-6:30pm | CCOM 1600 The Coalition for Authentic Masculinities Promotion (CAMP) is excited to introduce a new program series, CAMP Talks. CAMP Talks are dialogue spaces meant for all students to discuss how topics such as social media, mental health, and pop-culture impact our understanding of masculinity. All participants who attend CAMP Talks will receive a voucher for a free meal from the Grand Central Market. Students who attend three out of the five CAMP Talks offered between the Winter & Spring Quarters will be entered to win an excursion to TopGolf for you and four friends. The dates for the Winter Quarter are as follows: Tuesday, Jan. 30th from 5:30-6:30pm in CCOM 1600 Tuesday, Feb. 27th from 5:30pm-6:30pm in CCOM 1600 Monday, March 4th from 5:30pm-6:30pm in CCOM 1600 For questions, please email Justin Stoeckle at justin.stoeckle@du.edu. More info  

Movie Screening & Discussion: El Equipo with Bernardo Ruiz

Friday, Jan. 26 5:30 - 8:00 PM | Josef Korbel School - Maglione Hall Room 5025 Movie Screening & Discussion: El Equipo with Bernardo Ruiz Join the Sié Center and our Fellows for a movie screening at Korbel's Maglione Hall! We are thrilled to present a special screening of the film El Equipo, followed by a discussion with the talented two-time Emmy-nominated director Bernardo Ruiz. ABOUT THE FILM: https://equipofilm.com/ Working with a trove of archival materials spanning four decades and unfolding as part procedural, part true crime thriller, El Equipo chronicles the history-making collaboration between Dr. Clyde Snow, a legendary forensic scientist originally from Texas, and a group of Argentine university students, who were dubbed “unlikely forensic sleuths” by The New York Times. Narrating the evolving relationship between Snow and the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team, El Equipo delves into some of the most high-profile cases of the team’s history including the El Mozote massacre in El Salvador, and later the case of the missing 43 students in Mexico, where members of the team have faced threats, spying and official attempts to discredit their work. Snow’s legacy is also examined in countries like Guatemala, where Snow mentored forensic scientist Freddy Peccerelli and helped create a Guatemalan forensic team. With an unprecedented access to the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team and its archives, El Equipo offers a welcome twist to the traditional true crime film by focusing on systemic political and human rights abuses rather than on one-off tales of murder or lone serial killers, and deftly creates a direct link between state atrocities from the past and present. After the screening, stick around for a lively discussion with Bernardo Ruiz, where you'll have the opportunity to ask questions and gain deeper insights into the making of the film and the impact of its subject matter. Don't miss out on this unique chance to engage with the director and fellow film enthusiasts! Mark your calendars for this can't-miss event! We can't wait to see you at Maglione Hall, Sié Complex (5th Floor) for a wonderful evening of cinema and conversation. Light refreshments will be provided! More info

Interdisciplinary Game Symposium

Monday, Jan. 29 (4-5 PM) | Anderson Academic Commons 340 (The Loft) Come join us for an interdisciplinary discussion about game design at DU at 4 pm Mon Jan 29 in Anderson Academic Commons 340 (The Loft)! Chris Gauthier-Dickey (Engineering & Computer Science) will explore DU’s game development degrees, delving into how these programs blend creativity with technical skills to shape the future of gaming, how they engage with humane games, and how they incorporate DEI issues into the classrooms. He will offer insight into games research from a computer science perspective, highlighting the methodologies and technological advancements that are driving research forward in games. Michael Schulze (Lamont School of Music) willdiscuss the current state of immersive audio, including both symmetrical systems and Dolby ATMOS, as applied to both music production and game audio

Emmet Cohen Trio

Saturday, Feb. 3 (7:30pm-9:30pm) | Newman Center for the Performing Arts Jazz composer and pianist Emmet Cohen bring his Trio to the Newman Center for the first time. Tickets are going fast for what will be a sold-out performance. Students, use promo code DUST and get your $15 tickets before they are gone at promo.newmantix.com. More info

Public Good Celebration

Monday, Jan. 29 (4:00 PM - 6:00 PM) | Community Commons 4th Floor Join us in celebrating DU's 2024 Carnegie Community Engagement Classification, and university and community partners whose collaborative work advances the public good, at this year's Public Good Celebration! Everyone is invited for an evening of connection and celebration over light bites and drinks. The Celebration will be on Monday, January 29th from 4pm-6pm on the Community Commons 4th floor. More info  

Diversity In Front Of and Behind the Camera with Peter Lauer

Feb. 8 (5:30-8:00) | Margery Reed Hall, Reiman Theater The Department of Media, Film, and Journalism Studies invites you to the 2024 Wolzien Lecture featuring Peter Lauer. Lauer has been working for nearly 40 years, directing everything from music videos to commercials to television, he is known for series such as Arrested Development, Malcolm in the Middle, Gilmore Girls, and currently the series Uncoupled and Emily in Paris. In conversation with DU faculty, he will discuss the importance of diversity behind the camera and the current trends of film and television. The dialogue will be followed by a Q&A portion, so audience members may engage directly with panelists. The 2024 Wolzien Lecture will take place in Reiman Theater, Margery Reed Hall, on Thursday, February 8, 2024, from 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. The event will be preceded by a brief reception from 5:30 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. You are encouraged to register in advance here. More info

Small Island Big Son

Friday, Feb. 16 (7:30pm-9:30pm) | Newman Center for the Performing Arts Combining music, spoken word and live cinema, the musicians of Small Island Big Song celebrate the music of the Pacific and Indian Oceans, framed in a theatrical narrative addressing climate change with panoramic visuals of the artists' homelands. More info  

From Military Service to Civilian Society: Veterans & American Democracy

Tuesday, February 20 (12-1:30 PM) | Maglione Hall (Sie Complex, 5025) Join the Scrivner Institute of Public Policy, in partnership with the Hoover Institution's Veteran Fellowship Program, for a panel discussion on the important role of veterans in American democracy and their contributions to civil society after their military service. Audience questions will be invited in this interactive discussion and lunch will be served. More info  

DU at home: home athletics events this week

Events

Thursday, January 25
Start End   Event         Location
7:00pm 9:00pm DU Men's Basketball vs. South Dakota Private Location (sign in to display)
Saturday, January 27
2:00pm 4:00pm DU Men's Basketball vs. Omaha Private Location (sign in to display)
Thursday, February 1
6:00pm 8:00pm DU Women's Basketball vs. Kansas City Private Location (sign in to display)
Friday, February 2
7:00pm 9:00pm DU Men's Ice Hockey vs. Western Michigan Private Location (sign in to display)
Saturday, February 3
1:00pm 3:00pm DU Women's Basketball vs. Oral Roberts Private Location (sign in to display)
6:00pm 8:00pm DU Men's Ice Hockey vs. Western Michigan Private Location (sign in to display)
Other News & Updates from Around Campus

Provost's Award for Excellence in Academic Advising

Have you received excellent academic advising this quarter? Nominate your advisor for the Provost's Award for Excellence in Academic Advising (LINK: https://academicaffairs.du.edu/office-academic-advising/provosts-award-excellence-advising). Advisors who receive this award may be involved with exemplary efforts in the following areas, among others: - Provide accurate advising information and advice to students - Serve as a meaningful coach, mentor, or advocate for students - Uses creative, proactive, and flexible advising practices - Empower students to find solutions and information Graduate and undergraduate faculty and staff academic advisors, for whom advising is at least a portion of their responsibilities, are eligible to be nominated. Nominate your advisor here 

Submit Nominations for Student Employee/Supervisor of the Year Award

February 2nd | Do you have a stellar Supervisor or Student Employee? It's time to start nominating them to show off their hard work and accomplishments! We will be selecting one Undergraduate Student, one Graduate Student, and one Supervisor winner. All nominees will receive a certificate and a small gift, and each of the winners will receive $500 prize. The nominations will be open until February 2nd! More info

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