Author Archives: Kelli Heitstuman-Tomko

In case of emergencies, these quick guides are located throughout the Auraria campus.

Campus emergency procedures a “must read”

In case of emergencies, these quick guides are located throughout the Auraria campus. Photo by Philip Poston • pposton1@msudenver.edu May in Denver looked a lot like Kansas. And Oklahoma. And Missouri, Arkansas and Iowa. As tornadoes touched down in Denver and her suburbs, many on Auraria came to a harsh realization. They had no idea

Photo taken from Forbes.com

Administration works to manage enrollment

Photo taken from Forbes.com Enrollment numbers for the upcoming fall semester have been released, and they’re a little low. Whoa, hold up a second. According to Judi Diaz Bonacquisti, MSU Denver’s associate vice president for enrollment services, the numbers are still just preliminary. “We have two new student orientations this week,” Diaz Bonacquisti said. “The

Rodney Dean, president of the Critical Issues and Awareness Opportunity and host of The CIAO show on KMET Radio, emcees the Boost Social Security forum held June 19 in the Baerresen Ballroom in the Tivoli Student Union.

Auraria talks Social Security

Rodney Dean, president of the Critical Issues and Awareness Opportunity and host of The CIAO show on KMET Radio, emcees the Boost Social Security forum held June 19 in the Baerresen Ballroom in the Tivoli Student Union. Photo by Kelli Heitstuman-Tomko • ktomko@msudenver.edu College students need to be informed about social security, or so says

Uwe Kackstaetter, MSU Denver professor
of geology, was recently granted a
previously denied tenure.
Photo by Michael Ortiz • mortiz26@
msudenver.edu

Geology professor granted tenure

Uwe Kackstaetter, MSU Denver professor of geology, was recently granted a previously denied tenure. Photo by Michael Ortiz • mortiz26@msudenver.edu When geology professor Uwe Kackstaetter was denied tenure this spring, some of his students refused to accept it. A group of geology students from the Earth and Atmospheric Sciences department approached the Board of Trustees

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