Events Designed to Challenge & Stimulate Your Mind
The College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences connects students with alumni, faculty, practicing artists and thought leaders through a unique lineup of lectures, workshops, concerts and activities.
Due to concerns for the health of our community, in-person events have been cancelled, delayed or moved to online platforms. Thank you for understanding. During this time, virtual events and webinars will be featured on the College's events page in order to help our community stay connected.
Featured Virtual Events
Wednesday, September 29
Institutional Justice Series
IRISE and the Department of Media, Film & Journalism Studies invite you to a full day of events and opportunities to engage in discussions on racial institutional justice, mass criminalization/incarceration, and policing with community activists, scholars and policymakers.
- 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday, October 1
An Intimate Conversation with Edwidge Danticat
The Department of English & Literary Arts and the Center for Judaic Studies, in partnership with Lighthouse Writers Workshop, present a discussion with Neustadt-prize winning author Edwidge Danticat.
- 4 p.m.
- Community Commons
Thursday, October 7
Livingston Lecture with Esteban Gómez: No Kids on the Block: School Choice and Gentrification in New Transit Neighborhoods
Join Assistant Professor of Museum and Heritage Studies Esteban Gómez for a discussion on the effects of transit-oriented development and gentrification on urban school segregation and school enrollment decline in the Denver Public School system. Register for the event virtually or in person, as part of DU's homecoming weekend.
- 5:30 to 7 p.m.
- Sturm Hall, Davis Auditorium (or Zoom)
DU Virtual Events
From dance parties and live sports trivia to remote teaching webinars and cooking classes, we're hosting virtual events to keep you connected during the COVID-19 crisis.
Sorry, there are no scheduled events this month or for the provided criteria above.