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With our engaged and active community, there's always something new happening at Korbel. We invite you to stay abreast of the latest buzz, from visits by global leaders to exciting new discoveries from our research centers. We're committed to providing our students, faculty, staff and the greater community with resources to enlighten and connect.  

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If you can't visit us in person, check out these online resources to familiarize yourself with the University of Denver and the Josef Korbel School. We will be posting times for virtual information sessions shortly.

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Last year, when Farida Nabourema arrived at the University of Denver for the Inclusive Global Leadership Initiative’s summer institute for women activists, she had her entire life packed in two suitcases. She came to the summer program not to hide or seek refuge, but to learn from the latest research on women-led movements.  

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