Stay connected to your pioneer past - and future.

Your ties to the University of Denver don't end once you leave campus. Here you'll find information about events, alumni groups and chapters, benefits and services, and other resources to keep your Pioneer spirit involved and engaged.

Holiday Happenings Around DU

Nov. 21 marks the official end of the fall quarter for the University of Denver, but campus won’t be completely empty. Three varsity teams have games, and the Newman Center for the Performing Arts will be abuzz with holiday concerts by national and local performers from ballet to brass bands. Read more →

DU Recognized for Study Abroad Program

For the fifth consecutive year, the University of Denver ranks in the top five in the country for undergraduate participation in a study abroad program. According to Open Doors and based on the 2015–16 academic year, DU ranks fourth in the nation with 70.7 percent participation, up from 67.9 percent the previous year. Read more → 
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Upcoming events

If your New Year's resolution is to find a new position, you won't want to miss two programs on January 23 and 24 that will address the tools needed to launch a successful job search.
You're invited to join DU's Atlanta Network at the Hal's Kitchen for the second annual cooking demonstration and dinner by David Corsun, Director and Associate Professor at the University of Denver Fritz Knoebel School of Hospitality Management.
Join us as Ben Fowke, CEO of Xcel Energy, discusses Xcel Energy’s efforts to lead the clean energy transition, the energy future in Colorado, grid resiliency, cyber security, innovation and workforce development.
Join us on Monday, February 5, for a fireside dialogue featuring alumna Leigh Rodgers Slack (MBA '12), Director of People Development at Waffle House, Inc. where we'll discuss the confluence of leadership, creativity, and human resources.
Hear from DU alumna Gretchen Gagel (MBA '93), author of 8 Steps to Being a Great Working Mom, and learn tips for managing parenthood and a career. Mia Elizardi (MA '08) will discuss return to work strategies for those considering jumping back into a professional career after an absence.
Join the University of Denver’s Graduate School of Professional Psychology & the Center for Oncology Psychology Excellence for a discussion addressing how to redefine mental health. Hear Patrick J. Kennedy share his personal journey with mental health, and how he became a pioneer in mental health policy and advocacy.

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