Get Back into Your Study Habits
The first few weeks after a long winter break are the worst. Not only are you still in relaxing mode, but your entire daily schedule is shifting. No more sleeping in or leaving town for a few days. It’s back to homework and studying. Ugh. Have you ever noticed that the word DYING is conveniently located in the word STUDYING? OK, maybe it’s not that bad. But it is difficult to get back into your normal studying routine. Here are some techniques to get you back in super-study mode. Make a Schedule College life is busy and when you’re returning … Read More
Is Going to College the Right Choice?
If you’re a high school senior, things are getting a little crazy right now. You’re bombarded with questions like, “what are your plans for college?” “What do you want to do?” What do you want to be?” The main question we hear from prospective students: Is college the right choice for me? Sure, you’ve been thinking about college for a long time, but how do you know that it’s the right choice? Don’t worry, you’re not the only one with this question. The decision to go to college (whether it’s your first time or you’re going back to finish your … Read More
Hans Rosenwinkel: Adventurer, Explorer, Filmmaker, Professor
Last year Hans Rosenwinkel, CU Denver’s College of Arts and Media Associate Professor in the Department of Theater, Film, and Video Production, co-produced, filmed and edited Xpedition China: Search for Shangri La in association with the production company, Breakwater Entertainment. The new television series gave insight to China’s untouched beauty, from the Terracotta Warriors to Pandas in the wild. The series was aired worldwide with three major global networks including Discovery Velocity network in the USA, CCTV-China, and National Geographic International. Rosenwinkel was allowed unprecedented access in China and is thinking bigger for the continuation of the series to be … Read More
Is Music Your Art of Choice?
Looking for a career in the music industry but not sure how to get started? CU Denver’s Department of Music and Entertainment Industry Studies (MEIS) is designed to prepare students for a variety of alternative careers in the arts and entertainment industries. If that doesn’t excite you then how about this – our music school was recently listed at one of the Top Music Schools by Billboard magazine. Pretty cool, huh? So what are the areas of music you can study at CU Denver? Music Business Did your parents cringe a little when you told them you wanted to pursue a … Read More