2020

August

Media shines spotlight on outdoor classes

Check out media coverage of Regis' outdoor classrooms, a safe and effective approach to teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic.

What career options does a criminal justice degree provide?

Criminal justice offers many pathways to positively impact our society. Beyond law enforcement, there are a variety of skills required to create a...

From Here to Graduation in One Outfit or Less

We’re lucky enough to live in an era when the bulk of human knowledge is at our fingertips. Earlier generations would be in awe. What to do...

Elevate Your Style with the Mile-High MFA

Does the written word move you? Do you feel a jolt of electric creativity every time you put pen to paper or your fingers on the keyboard? Are you...

Regis provides outdoor learning options on campus

To help students learn safely and effectively, Regis University has established outdoor teaching spaces for use in pleasant weather during the fall...

Follow the Clues to a New Career

If you find yourself at home with a pile of detective novels on your coffee table, listening to the My Favorite Murder podcast, while Ice-T makes...

Why is Colorado the best place for an active student like me?

Denver has a culture scene for every interest and a blend of city and wild mountains – add Regis’ student programs and you’re...

Swivl technology revolutionizes Regis’ blended learning

To assist with hybrid and blended teaching formats this fall, Regis University faculty members will have access to cutting-edge Swivl...

July

Nicki Gonzales lends historical perspective to pressing issues

Professor Nicki Gonzales joined ABC News and Colorado Public Radio to discuss the importance of this historical moment in sparking systemic...

How can I have a college experience as an online student?

Today, you don’t have to go to a college campus and listen to lectures to get the memorable college experience. Personal development...

So you want to graduate faster? Here’s how.

Waiting four years to complete your degree isn’t quick enough when you need to upskill or change careers fast. Thanks to accelerated courses,...

Guardians of the digital galaxy

The cybersecurity career field will continue to grow over the next decade as ITS teams add cybersecurity analysts and infrastructure jobs at home...

Brewing Diversity

Regis University and Station 26 Brewing Co. to provide craft beer scholarship to underrepresented students.

Ask Regi

Regi tackles difficult questions about how to ask others to respect your Coronavirus comfort zone.

Regis University and HealthONE Forge Partnership

Trusted institutions collaborate to provide educational opportunities and foster healthcare workforce growth

Plan for Traditional In-Person Classes

For students in our on-campus, traditional, undergraduate and graduate programs and some health profession programs, classes will start a week...

Giving for a Living

As one of the first universities in the country to offer a degree in nonprofit management, Regis understands that for you, a career is about more...

Humanity in Color

Faculty member R. Alan Brooks uses the pen to combat bigotry and challenge views on race.

Welcome to the Show

Former Regis Ranger Steven Brault is a hit on the big-league diamond and in the recording studio.

Regis Rises

When COVID-19 struck, Regis found creative ways not just to survive, but to serve.

Conquering Cancer

Regis researcher Chris Malarkey may have found a way to stop one type of malignant tumor before it ever starts.

A Last Look at Loretto Heights College

Take a look at the former Loretto Heights College campus, set to become a mixed-use residential and commercial development.

Making the Most of Opportunity

Tori Rinsem finished her Regis women's soccer career as both a conference First Team honoree and Academic Player of the Year. But 23 career...

Searching for Connection

Professor Erica Ferg's extensive work in the Middle East led to her first book about the intertwining factors and shared practices that shape...

Fallen But Never Forgotten

Seventy-six years after he died in World War II, the body of missing Regis soldier Pvt. Harry W. Wilder comes home to rest at Arlington National...

Healing in the Pandemic Epicenter

Alumnus Alexander Herrmann crossed the country to treat COVID-19 patients, but don’t call him a hero.

A Generous Helping

Regis sophomore, Guenevere Diaz, turned the account balance from her campus meal plan into meals for teens experiencing homelessness.

Do I bring it up to my boss?

Regis alumnus David Dye distills lessons learned from top companies in new co-authored book, "Courageous Cultures," which details how to...

Bat Man

Baseball's clubhouse manager of the year brings the love of the game and a Regis degree to the job.

Are Those Three Little Letters Still Worth It?

It’s a common saying across the business world: “You gotta spend money to make money.” Whether it’s investing in stocks or...

CARES grant benefits counseling clients

The City of Thornton awarded a grant to the Regis University Center for Counseling and Family Therapy, allowing the center to equip some...

We Might Be in Denver, But We Can Do a New York Minute

Quick! What if you need to get to work, but you overslept and missed your train or bus? That’s easy, just grab an Uber or Lyft and be there...

June

What is a Jesuit?

Jesuit colleges may be one of the most well-known but obscure types of private university educations. While some Jesuit educated alumni like Bill...

Are you thinking about becoming a health care professional?

Deciding whether to enter a health care profession can feel like a daunting task. Health care is not about making widgets or products. It’s...

Regis study: Social media may hold key to stress recovery

A Regis biology team published a study that provides answers on a critical topic in the digital age: social media as coping strategy.

In observance of Juneteenth

On June 19, 1865, emancipation for more than 250,000 enslaved people in Texas became a reality when Major Gen. Gordon Granger and his 1,800 troops...

Regis University celebrates DACA ruling

Regis University President Rev. John P. Fitzgibbons, S.J., issues a response to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling concerning the DACA program

Power Pops Protein takes first place in 2020 Regis Innovation Challenge

Regis alumnus Ben Williamson’s startup, Power Pops Protein, took first place in the 2020 Innovation Challenge, a business competition...

Get a Dose of the Pharmacy Life

Pharmacists are active problem solvers. Yet most pharmacy schools ask students to absorb lectures passively. Who could blame students for counting...

How can I serve the world with a liberal arts degree?

A liberal arts degree can provide you the skills to become a servant leader in your community. Liberal arts education provides a strong foundation...

Regis University adopts test-optional admission policy

Changes will benefit students applying for Fall 2021

Break Barriers, Build Bridges

In times of trouble and uncertainty, it’s understandable to focus your attention on yourself and your immediate situation. It’s also...

Are You a People Person?

Are you a people person? Does the idea of public speaking fill you with energy instead of causing you to break out in a cold sweat (like most of us)?

May

Regis University president's statement on the death of George Floyd

A message from Rev. John P. Fitzgibbons, president of Regis University, in response to the unjust killing of George Floyd and the violence...

Networking tips to boost your online degree

Networking virtually as an online student is hard, but not impossible. Following these strategies can help you be one of the 85% of people who land...

Provost discusses fall academic plans with Colorado Public Radio, Inside Higher Ed

Provost Janet Houser spoke to Colorado Public Radio and Inside Higher Ed about Regis' academic scheduling plans and the challenges facing...

2020 graduate Zastrocky earns National Science Foundation fellowship

The Durango Herald featured 2020 Regis graduate and Durango native Theodora Zastrocky, who was accepted this spring as a National Science...

Honoring a Good Apple

We kicked off May with Teacher Appreciation Week. And if you’re like us, five days doesn’t seem nearly long enough to recognize our...

From Here to Graduation in One Outfit or Less

We’re lucky enough to live in an era when the bulk of human knowledge is at our fingertips. Earlier generations would be in awe. What to do...

Honoring Sacrifice with Scholarship

Pam Heaberlin honors mentee and friend Suzi Lockard with a scholarship for students pursuing a Master of Science degree in nursing to become...

Fluorescent Lighting Versus Sunshine

Summer and the great indoors. Wait a minute, those words don’t go together. Or do they?

Regis’ fall semester to start early, end on-campus classes by Thanksgiving

Regis University has announced it will welcome students back to its Denver area campuses this fall but will start classes early and end on-campus...

Worried about paying for college? We can help

Recent polls show that 45 percent of students see cost as the number one consideration in choosing a college. Financial wellness, how to pay for...

Is a Master’s degree worth it?

Decisions about your education and the value of a degree require reflective thinking on your life and career goals, earning potential and job...

Will my credits transfer?

Your college credits, AP classes, associate degrees and even life experiences can all transfer to help you complete your degree or advance your...

Why should I get a Jesuit education?

The desire to challenge the status quo, drive social change and explore the world for truth has been a part of a Jesuit education for over 500...

How can I develop skills outside the classroom?

Education doesn't just happen in the classroom – and employers look for soft skills and personal development in those new to the...

How can I balance work, family and school?

Going back to college can be scary, especially if you’re a parent, but there are ways to balance school and personal life. Use these tips to...

Regis announces integrated business and information sciences college

In the new Anderson College of Business and Computing, Regis students will be able to pursue degrees that combine business, computing and analytics.

April

Keeper of the King

Meet Jack Soden, the Regis grad who saved the iconic home and preserved the legacy of Elvis Presley.

Reinking receives physical therapy field’s highest honor

School of Physical Therapy dean named Catherine Worthingham Fellow by APTA.

Healing the Minds of a Nation

A conflict-ravaged nation has never had proper mental health counseling services. A Regis professor and his team are changing that — by going...

Zombie Philosophy

Bryan Hall has united zombies and philosophy in his new book, "An Ethical Guidebook to the Zombie Apocalypse."

From Kenya to Regis

Three members of the Kinoti family bring their shared Kenyan heritage and a faith-driven service mindset to Regis.

Where Technology Saves Lives

The necessity of maintaining and improving our health care information systems grows by the minute, putting health informatics at the forefront of...

Scholarship Stories: Steady Hand, Straightened Path

Senior scholarship student Tess Greco finds clarity with choral director’s help.

We’re Breaking the Stigma

Regis challenges its students, staff and faculty to care for and develop the whole person—mind, body and spirit.

Break Barriers, Build Bridges

Now, more than ever, it’s become clear that the entire planet is interconnected—an event in one country can have huge implications on...

The Therapist Will Sniff You Now

Tails are wagging from the baseball field to the School of Pharmacy — but the dogs of Regis aren’t merely bringing cuteness to campus....

March

Regis University to extend virtual learning to end of semester

Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, caution and care for the Regis community, and the need to minimize additional disruption to the learning...

Regis University postpones Commencement, will survey graduates about alternative plan

Due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis and related bans on gatherings of more than 50 people through May 11 in Denver, Regis University...

Regis University to suspend classes March 16, resume online March 19

Regis University will move all of its on-campus classroom instruction to online learning environments starting March 19, 2020 to address concerns...

IBM Watson Health Visits Regis

A team from IBM Watson Health visited the Regis University School of Pharmacy on Friday, Feb. 21, to discuss their innovative work, their personal...

Women and Leadership Conference will be March 14 at Regis

Fourth-annual event looks at career pathway differences.

February

Regis University to host its ninth cybersecurity competition

Two-day event simulates business scenario cyberattack.

PBLA Gala 2020

Eight reasons why the February 2020 PBLA Gala, featuring keynote speaker Phillip Lindsay of the Denver Broncos, was important in supporting...

Regis’ Inaugural Cyber Summit Features Practical Prevention Strategies

The 2020 Regis Cyber Summit offered statistics, strategies and ideas for battling the pervasive and growing threat of cyberattack.

Regis announces new integrated business and information sciences college

Students will be able to stack certificates from business and computer science into one degree.

Guatemalan Baby Shower and Service Project

A group of Regis students will travel to Guatemala Feb. 29 to March 8, 2020, to assist local healthcare workers and provide healthcare education in...

January

The Liberator

Best-selling author Alex Kershaw's search for a World War II subject led him to Regis — and brought a research bounty.

Regis University to host forum for Democrats vying for U.S. Senate seat

Eight of nine candidates will attend Feb. 11 event on campus

Regis University to host ‘Stronger Together’ cybersecurity summit Jan. 28

Daylong event features Regis cyber experts and industry leaders from Arrow Electronics, the state of Colorado, CenturyLink and more

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