Stuff We Like

10/27/21

Issues of Bias and Equity in Hiring

Read about how we’ve revamped our hiring process to address bias and equity.

By Kate DarwentRead More

4/29/21

What do we mean by the word “justice?”

Connecting facilitation and philosophy, Andrew explores the meaning of the word “justice” and how it is used.

By Andrew StreightRead More

4/27/21

2020 Census Counts for Apportionment Were Razor Thin

The first results from the 2020 Census show how just 89 people made the difference in which state lost a seat in Congress.

By Jim PripusichRead More

2/10/21

Feeding Your Brain a Diverse Diet

Beth describes how your brain uses data and why feeding it a diverse diet is so important for reducing bias.

By Beth MulliganRead More

1/21/21

Bias

Kicking off our blogs in 2021, Kate shares three ideas from psychology that shaped her thinking about racial bias and other forms of bias.

By Kate DarwentRead More

12/14/20

Is the Sky Falling for Political Polling?

Jim assesses how bad this year’s polling miss was, why it may have happened, and what it means for survey research at large.

By Jim PripusichRead More

12/11/20

Denver – The Ellis Island of Colorado

Kevin explores the hypothesis that new Colorado residents tend to move to Denver, first, then elsewhere in the state.

By Kevin RainesRead More

11/5/20

What is knowledge?

We explore the definition of the word “knowledge” and what that means for the work we do.

By Andrew StreightRead More

4/6/20

It’s Time for the Ultimate Survey

Yes, the decennial census forms are coming to you.

By Kevin RainesRead More

9/7/18

DU’s Keystone Strategic Plan leads to action

  The 20th century model of delivering a liberal and creative arts education is inadequate to the task of developing graduates who can think broadly and critically in and out of their chosen fields. —From the Keystone Strategic Plan 2018-2025   We are thrilled to celebrate the creation of the College of Arts, Humanities & Social […]

By David KennedyRead More