Faculty & Staff

We Support Our Artist-Teachers and Staff

Your contributions are essential to the School of Art and Art History's high artistic and academic standards, so we provide resources to support your academic and artistic career. Explore the resources we provide to faculty and staff below.

Faculty Resources

Staff Resources

Key Services

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MyDU

Access our secure portal for registration, grades, course links, personal information, transcripts, pay stubs, administrative processes and more.

MyDU

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Portfolio

Explore our robust database of electronic portfolios for students, faculty, staff, alumni and communities.

Portfolio

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Canvas

Use Canvas to build your course, communicate with students, set deadlines and more. 

Canvas

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Office365

DU offers Office 365 products and support to all students and faculty. 

Office365

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Room Reservations

Reserve a room at the library, in a museum or gallery space, or elsewhere on campus.

Room Reservations

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IT Help Desk

We offer IT services to faculty, staff and students for classroom or personal technology.

IT Help Desk

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The College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is reimagining our educational practices and how we work together.

Read the Keystone Strategic Plan

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Visual Media Center

The Visual Media Center (VMC) provides digital imaging services to faculty for learning, research and teaching purposes. Digital images produced or purchased by the VMC are found in the Artstor Digital Library, a database available through the University Libraries to all DU community members. The visual resources collection contains nearly two-hundred thousand high-resolution images accompanied by high-quality metadata by VMC catalogers that faculty and students can use for research, studying and citations, unlike results from Google or other search engines. The collection reflects the cultural and art historical diversity and inclusivity of the curriculum of the School of Art & Art History, and contains historical, geographic and didactic materials that will be useful to many disciplines and departments at DU. In addition to the teaching collections, faculty can explore artwork and archival objects held in the University Art Collections and the Special Collections at the Penrose Library.

Anyone in the DU community can request to have still images added to the visual resources collection for educational purposes. If you have questions about requesting images or the VMC, contact the Interim Director, Meagan Callahan. The VMC is located in room 122 in Shwayder Art Building.

Visual Media Center

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College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Funding Opportunities

There are many funding opportunities available at the University of Denver to support faculty and staff professional development, as well as faculty research and course development. Current faculty and staff can learn more and apply via Portfolio.

View Funding Opportunities

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Additional Faculty Support

Get support navigating grants, requesting a sabbatical and more! 

University-Wide Faculty Resources

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