Dimond fellowship alum Tristin Lawrence found success in hospitality – from expecting the unexpected questions.
Connection through brew, locally and globally, helped an Air Force veteran discover a cure for what ales you
Following the recent Pepsi and United Airlines PR blunders, marketing expert Darrin Duber-Smith offers cautionary advice on how to control a story without losing the plot.
Faculty member Aaron Johnson’s research delves into why bicycle riders get a bad rap on the road.
These criminology and criminal justice students chose to spend their break in an exotic global locale – studying.
Michael Wray, professor of restaurant management, suggests the best Denver-area spots to dine al fresco
Paranormal investigator and MSU Denver alumnus Jason Cordova reveals the ghostly history of the tri-institutional campus.
Consumers can support students through beer, skis, coffee and baseball, thanks to creative partnerships with local businesses
Recreation faculty member Ryan Campbell shares the five best trails within an hour drive of Denver.
Faced with more passengers, red tape and security concerns, airports are buckling. Aviation Professor Jeffrey Price discusses how they can stay a step ahead.
In the wake of a tragic natural disaster, faculty member discusses sustainable humanitarian relief and rebuilding infrastructure.
Recreation faculty member and outdoor enthusiast Ryan Campbell offers advice on making it to the top of the mountain.
For Necio Latin Eatery's Jocelyn Bañales, a family-led restaurant is the recipe for success – and amazing mole.
Ironically named program, founded by alumni, helps calm anxious flyers at DIA.
MSU Denver's David Beckwith, chef and lecturer, whips up a simple and delicious grill recipe: Stout and Pomegranate-glazed Chicken.
Get your caffeine fix as we spotlight great goings-on in the Department of Hospitality, Tourism and Events.
What makes the Summer Soirée the place to be this June 10? Here are 5 reasons you won’t want to miss it!
Fresh off a preeminent internship, this grad makes the case for making beer her business – and business is good.
As athletes strive for new heights in Pyeongchang, Neil Dreher is already an expert on the air up there.
How to be a road warrior this summer when you’re flying and not driving.
What happens when 10 students from the U.S. and 10 from Mexico collaborate on an engineering project? They change the world.
The Rita and Navin Dimond Fellows Program gives students a deep dive into the hospitality industry while helping develop a diverse, skilled workforce in Denver.
Drone lunch delivery. Galactic-inspired beers. For hospitality students behind this aerospace symposium, it was all systems go.
She was the first in her family to go to college; now she’s the first student in University history to win a Fulbright.
Alumnus Ricardo Rocha aims to solve food insecurity with grocery delivery to low-income neighborhoods.
Roadrunners turn applied study into sustainable resources for addressing food insecurity throughout Denver.
Our English faculty round up statewide hidden gems to route your writerly summer road trip.