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WWII veteran, age 102, finally receives his medals

In 1941, before there was D-Day, or the flag raising on Iwo Jima, or Pearl Harbor, a young man from Missouri named Edward Flaherty Jr. put on an...

PBLA introduces technology training course

In a classroom at Regis University this summer, a group of Porter-Billups Leadership Academy 10th graders were hard at work rebuilding computer...

Habitat for Humanity’s Aria project grows the Regis community

Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver broke ground on Aria Homes by Habitat at the beginning of the year, paving the way for 28 new affordable homes...

BookGive has successful first year under leadership of Regis alumna

When Melissa Monforti ran into Nicole Sullivan, the owner of Denver bookstore and wine bar BookBar, one day in 2019, Monforti was surprised to...

Regis garden grows community

In the three months since Meg Clarke took over as leader of the Regis Berkeley Community Garden, she’s learned that mint is invasive,...

MFA instructor winner of 2021 Whiting Award in fiction

Steven Dunn, who teaches in the Regis Mile-High MFA program, won a 2021 Whiting Award in fiction.

Three ways educators can practice self-care during Teacher Appreciation Week

Teacher Appreciation Week, May 3-7, happens as the end of the school year is in sight — and as end-of-the-year workloads are increasing.

Regis faculty member part of experiment that could transform understanding of physics

Fred Gray was teaching a class in Science Room 130 on the Regis Northwest Denver Campus when the results of an experiment that could transform our...

First Scholars Program builds first-gen students’ confidence

The First Scholars Program provides more than a connection to community. It’s a lifeline for students who are first in their immediate...

Regis steps into void to get eligible community members vaccinated

More than 2,000 people recently received COVID-19 vaccines on the Regis University campus.

Easter Sunday Mass, Live from St. John Francis Regis Chapel

Gather with others far and wide to celebrate the Sunday of the Resurrection with Mass celebrating Christ’s victory over death.

Summer is right around the corner. Here’s how teachers can engage students over the break.

In the past year, parents have had more access to teachers than ever before. During the height of the coronavirus pandemic, teachers interacted...

Regis instructors take their pop culture pedagogy on the road

At the Southwest Popular/American Culture Association’s recent annual conference, which went virtual this year, Regis librarian Melissa...

Adjunct professor's podcast explores psychology of true crime

When a boom in true crime podcasts exploded across streaming platforms a few years ago, Jessica Micono was already living and breathing criminal...

Bryan Hall named to Fulbright Specialist program

Bryan Hall, Ph.D., a professor and dean of the School for Professional Advancement, has been named to the Fulbright Specialist Roster in the area...

COVID-19 applies more pressure to Colorado’s teacher shortage

When Jerry Goings was the principal of Highlands Ranch High School, he drove an hour south to Colorado Springs for an early morning conversation...

From the labs of Regis: Meet an alumnus at the forefront of Pueblo’s vaccine effort

When some of Pueblo’s most vulnerable residents leave their homes for the first time in months to line up at the city’s drive-through...

Teachers and staff need support now. Here’s how to help

Teaching is hard work even on the best days. And there weren’t many of those in 2020.

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...

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...

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...

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.

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...

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 Kenya to Regis

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

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...

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.

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...

Fall 2019 Rankings Summary

See a roundup of some of the top rankings Regis received as of fall 2019.

Healing the Mind

First-Year Stories: Texan Maegan Short begins her Regis career hoping to use her scholarship to work toward psychiatric research.

Blessing of the Hands 2019

The Regis University School of Physical Therapy gathered over 75 students from its Class of 2020 for the Blessing of the Hands at the St. John...

‘Listen, Listen and Listen Again’

Students from Regis University’s Master of Development Practice program are breaking the age-old community development cycle.

Inspiring Girls Through Science

The seventh-annual Regis University Science and Technology Camp in early July, led annually by professors Quyen Hart and Trisha Litz, taught STEM...

Mobilizing Hope

Sarvesh Karkhanis uses his education at Regis University to improve the lives of others in his community in Mumbai, India.

Introducing Regi the Ranger!

Our fox is kicking Regis' spirit up a notch.

Redefining Success

Clayton Gonzales, a two-time Regis graduate who now works with youth at risk of becoming homeless believes success is best defined in relation to...

Put Down the Plastic

Regis aims to inspire an environmentally conscious culture through campus sustainability efforts.

Sharing An Experience

When she got to Regis Awah Tilong, a pre-med biology and sociology major, felt out of place. Although her initial experience at Regis pushed her...

The Next Chapter

Where Brandie Bernstein is today remains a testament to hard work, her values and a Regis University community that helped her mature into a...