University of Denver

The University of Denver enrolls more than 8,500 students from all 50 states and 90 countries. We have a breadth of study options, offering 13 bachelor's degrees in more than 100 areas and 22 graduate degrees in approximately 150 areas. We value tradition. Our founding in 1864 by John Evans, second governor of the Colorado Territory, makes us the oldest independent institution of higher education in the state and in the Rocky Mountain West. Our academic program is innovative and excellent. Our core curriculum for undergraduates has been recognized by the National Endowment for the Humanities as a model program in higher education. We have also achieved recognition for our graduate and professional programs. Our faculty place equal emphasis on teaching and research. Much of the T&E Research at the University of Denver occurs in the Denver Research Institute.

Faculty Associates

William Crimmel, Denver Research Institute, 1997
Doron Kishoni, Denver Research Institute, 1997
Carl Lyday, Denver Research Institute, 1997

Last Updated November 27, 2007