Our community may be physically distancing during this time of COVID-19, but we will always be #OneDU. The University of Denver family, including us here at University College, is working hard to ensure we all stay connected and supported via a wide variety of meaningful, free online opportunities.
From virtual dance parties for the whole family to accessible,
continued learning, we’ve compiled a list of virtual programming resources to
support everyone during this time. We are a community, and we are here for you.
University of Denver launched Stay Connected, a new website that offers
a wide array of virtual programming. Find webinars with DU faculty and other
experts addressing mental and physical health and wellness topics, career
advice, programming for children and parents, and much more.
Project X-ITE launched COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Resources for Students, Faculty, Staff, and Community Members, featuring a compilation of DU-hosted events and communications, topics like online teaching and learning, mental health, free fitness workouts, startup connections, and more.
The Community + Values Initiative will be hosting a series of webinars on topics such as community service in a virtual world, “the coronavirus economy,” how to manage your personal finance, spoken word poetry, and many others. For more webinar information, email CommunityPlusValues@du.edu or visit the DU Impact 2025 website.
The Colorado Women’s College will be hosting Facebook Live Friday Features, with the kick-off on April 17, Equity from the Inside Out, featuring a conversation with Colleen Abdoulah and Ann Ayers. Visit the Colorado Women’s College Facebook page for information on other events.
The University Writing Center will be moving all of its resources
online. It will be offering consultations using Zoom, as well as a series of
online open house sessions, so students can drop in, ask questions, get a demo
of how consultations work, and more. Email email@example.com with
questions, or visit the University Writing Center website.
Open Write Night will be offered entirely online this spring quarter to provide drop-in
writing support. You will be able to get one-on-one writing assistance from
University College faculty. Two sessions will be offered each quarter to
provide support throughout the term. Learn
Remote and Virtual Communications Resources
It’s a new world for many with virtual meetings and remote
learning becoming the norm. Learn how to best communicate and lead during this
time with these online courses.
ArticulateRC is offering free courses to
help individuals and teams keep the lines of communication clear and accessible
as they work remotely. Several
sessions are available.
The Remote Leader Project, co-founded by University College alumna, Allison St. John, is offering courses to help facilitate virtual leadership and communication. Free webinars are available.
Learning with the Enrichment Program
As we navigate these uncharted times, the Enrichment Program strives to foster community and continue engaging in lifelong learning—online, free of charge! View courses here.
Center for Professional Development
The CPD is offering a free course on Leading Virtual Teams. The courses will tap into the expertise of University College adjunct instructor, Trina Hoefling, who will be teaching the 3-session course via Zoom. You can view the series here.
Career Guru Andrew Hudson is hosting free online job seeking seminars, AH Job Talks, every Tuesday. Christine Márquez-Hudson, an advisor to the Nonprofit Leardership Program, will be a featured speaker on Tuesday, April 21 at 10 a.m., discussing working in the nonprofit sector.
The Colorado Non-Profit Association is offering What You Need to Know about Navigating Nonprofit Mergers, Partnerships and Acquisitions Webinar on May 20. Ellen Winiarczyk, Ed.D., the academic director for the Nonprofit Leadership program, will be a speaker on the webinar. The webinar is part of the association’s Community-Powered Response Training Series.