The Dos and Don’ts of Doodle: Or, How to Hold Large Meetings Between Busy People from On and Off Campus

For the last two years, I have served as the Writing & the Public Good CCESL Fellow, which has meant exposure to the community-engaged work of faculty across campus, participation in programs like Community Spotlights, Scholar Shop, and CCESL Forums, and extraordinary mentorship.  This year, we Fellows were also invited to participate in one of four Collective Impact … Continue reading The Dos and Don’ts of Doodle: Or, How to Hold Large Meetings Between Busy People from On and Off Campus

Why Access to and Retention in Education Matters to Me

In the fall of 2015, I walked onto the University of Denver’s (DU) campus as a student for the first time. I remember walking into my undergraduate freshmen resident hall with my arms full of some of my favorite books from home, watching everyone around me move into their rooms while joking and laughing with … Continue reading Why Access to and Retention in Education Matters to Me