Professor Daniel Brisson discusses recent innovations in housing and homelessness, including trauma-informed design and the Denver Basic Income Project.
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Professor Jenn Bellamy is leading a multi-state project using the Breakthrough Series Collaborative continuous learning methodology to develop new ways to engage fathers in child welfare.
With deep gratitude and appreciation for her influence and leadership, the Institute for Human-Animal Connection (IHAC) is announcing Associate Director Erica Elvove’s departure from our organization. After 13 years of service to IHAC, Erica is now transitioning to her new role as the Senior Vice President for Conservation Engagement and Impact at the Denver Zoological Foundation.
The Institute for Human-Animal Connection is pleased to welcome Jen VonLintel as one of the newest members of our adjunct faculty teaching team for the Animals and Human Health Certificate. Jen VonLintel, MS, is a licensed school counselor in Loveland, Colorado, specializing in animal-assisted interventions (AAI) in school settings. She has a passion for learning about the human-animal bond and building programs that benefit her school community.
Former faculty member Jean East and MSW alumna Renata Heberton are transforming the community through Angelica Village, an intentional community serving refugee youths and people exiting homelessness.
What will the future of work be for today’s youth? GSSW Assistant Professor Marquisha Lawrence Scott explores the impacts of globalization and automation on healthy youth development.