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Making A Global Impact

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.  

Highlighted Events

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Korbel Dinner

The 21st annual Korbel Dinner featured former President of Mexico Ernesto Zedillo and honored Doug & Mary Scrivner and Barbara Bridges. The event benefits Korbel's programs, scholarships and centers.

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Public Diplomacy Speaker Series

In collaboration with the Sié Chéou-Kang Center for International Security & Diplomacy, Korbel welcomes prominent policy leaders from around the world to speak to the next generation of leaders.

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Cultural Diplomacy Speaker Series

Featuring state officials, Olympic athletes, musicians and dancers, this series examines how cultural influences advance knowledge.

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Admissions Events

Connect With Faculty and Peers

To get a sense of our engaging atmosphere and beautiful setting, please visit us in person. You can meet our faculty, staff and students, tour our campus and state-of-the-art facilities, and learn more about our flexible programs.

Visit Virtually

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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Exploring the Link Between Climate Change and Armed Conflict

Conflict and climate change have been linked for decades, with Pentagon-commissioned studies predicting a range of dark scenarios — from shooting wars in South Asia and civil war in China to the breakup of the European Union.

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