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Making A Global Impact
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Pardee Center Report Looks Nearly 50 years Into Africa's Future
Jonathan Moyer, director of the University of Denver’s Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures, has helped lead research into population and demographic trends that will inform a better understanding of Africa's growth within the international community into the coming decades.
Professor Investigates Wage Theft Among Colorado Day Laborers
More than half a million Colorado workers are affected by wage theft, according to the Colorado Fiscal Institute. That's why Rebecca Galemba, assistant professor at Korbel's Latin America Center, has devoted her efforts to exploring the problem of wage theft, spurred by immigration and its deep impact on the Denver community.
Josef Korbel School Announces Rice Family Endowed Professor of Practice
The Korbel School has created a new faculty position, the Rice Family Endowed Professor of Practice, made possible by a gift from former alumna Condoleezza Rice and other members of the DU community. The role provides practitioners from academia, government and business sectors the opportunity to teach in a non-tenured position.