Virtual Resources for Prospective Graduate Students

Each day we're learning more and more about COVID-19 and the University is acting accordingly. You can visit the University's COVID-19 page for the most current updates. We understand this is a challenging time for planning your education. We have put together virtual resources for you to help you in making your choice for graduate school.

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Resources from the Office of Graduate Education

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    New Student Resources

    A list of resources for new students from the Office of Graduate Education

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    New Student Checklists

    Complete a comprehensive checklist of items designed to help you navigate your next steps to graduate school.

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Podcasts and Episodes

Radio Ed Podcast

The Grammys: How to Make a Hit

The Grammy Awards crown the music industry’s top artists, songs and performances. We wanted to know: What makes a song good? What makes it Grammy-worthy? And are those the same thing? Recording engineer and music professor Matt Legge tells us what he’s learned from working with Taylor Swift, Peter Frampton and more.

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The Methodist Church: How Cultural Clashes Are Changing Religion

Leaders in the United Methodist Church are considering splitting due to disagreements over same-sex marriage and LGBTQ clergy. Religious studies professor Gregory Robbins walks us through the controversy and today’s religious landscape. 

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SAPIENS
Hosts Jen Shannon, Esteban Gómez, and Chip Colwell speak with anthropologists from around the globe to help us uncover what makes us human.

The Actor's Mind
Hosts Kateri McRae and Anne Penner explore acting from a psychological perspective.

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RadioEd taps into the University of Denver’s deep pool of bright brains to explore new takes on today’s top stories.

 

Connect with Our Faculty & Staff

  • Anthropology

    Jamie Dinneen, program coordinator for the Department of Anthropology, can answer questions or help you connect with faculty in the department.

    Phone: 303-871-2243

    Email: jamie.dinneen@du.edu

  • Art & Art History

    Annette Stott, professor and director of graduate studies, can answer questions you might have about the School of Art & Art History's graduate programs.

    Phone: 303-871- 3278

    Email: annette.stott@du.edu

  • Economics

    Jamie Dinneen, program coordinator for the Department of Economics, can answer questions or help you connect with faculty.

    Phone: 303-871-2243

    Email: jamie.dinneen@du.edu

  • Emergent Digital Practices

    Dorian Weissman, assistant to the chair of Emergent Digital Practices, can answer questions or help you connect with faculty.

    Phone: 303-871-7716

    Email: dorian.weissman@du.edu

  • English & Literary Arts

    Brenda Boyle, enrollment services manager, can answer questions or help you connect with English & Literary Arts Department faculty.

    Phone: 303-871-2249

    Email: brenda.boyle@du.edu

  • International & Intercultural Communication

    Emily Schwartz, communications manager for the Department of Media, Film & Journalism Studies, can answer questions or help connect you with faculty.

    Phone: 303-871-2166

    Email: emily.schwartz@du.edu

  • Media & Public Communication

    Emily Schwartz, communications manager for the Department of Media, Film & Journalism Studies, can answer questions or help connect you with faculty.

    Phone: 303-871-2166

    Email: emily.schwartz@du.edu

  • Music

    Angela Mitchell, admission coordinator for the Lamont School of Music, can answer questions or help connect you with faculty.

    Phone: 303-871-6973

    Email: angela.mitchell@du.edu

  • Psychology

    Paula Plank-Houghtaling, program coordinator for the Department of Psychology, can answer questions or help connect you with faculty.

    Phone: 303-871-3803

    Email: phoughta@psy.du.edu

  • Religious Studies

    Olesia Stockhold, program coordinator for the Department of Religious Studies, can answer questions or help connect you with faculty.

    Phone: 303-871-2623

    Email: olesia.stockhold@du.edu

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