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AMPLIFY Podcast: the April 25 Aquetza
On the April 25 edition of AMPLIFY, host Jennifer Ciplet was joined in the studio by three members of the CU Boulder Aquetza Summer Program. Guests Jason Romero, Adriana Escorza and Magnolia Landa-Posas spoke about their experiences founding, creating, attending and growing the Aquetza program for Colorado's high school youth interested in learning about Latino/Chicano history in a Colorado/U.S. context. Aquetza - which means "hold your chin up" in the Mesoamerican Nahual language - is a...
AMPLIFY Podcast: the March 28 Public Achievement Edition
During the show, host Jennifer Ciplet is joined in the KGNU studio by three guests, all of whom are involved with the Public Achievement youth-led civic engagement program. The conversation includes their reflections about working with middle and high school aged youth who are becoming agents of change, the challenges of mentoring youth in a non-hierarchical way, and the benefits and rewards of youth-to-youth collaboraiton for civic engagement and social change.
02 - 28 - 18 Amplify
The February 28 podcast edition of AMPLIFY highlights the work of Colorado's Pathways2Teaching program and CU Engage's Community-Based Research (CBR) Graduate Fellows program. The collaboration between CU Boulder Education doctoral student and CBR Fellow Brian Lightfoot and Pathways2Teaching highlights the ways that research and practice can be mutually beneficial, while advancing the shared goals of increasing equity and critical consciousness in education.
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Jennifer Ciplet speaks with guests from CU Boulder’s INVST Community Studies Program , incluidng Sabrina Sideris, Program Director of INVST, Summer Taylor, an INVST student and CU Boulder junior majoring in Journalism and Ethnic Studies, and Emma Piller, also an INVST student and...
12 - 27 - 17 Amplify Engineering Students Design Assistive Technology for People with Disabilities
On the December 27th edition of AMPLIFY, host Jennifer Ciplet and her guests discuss an exciting collaboration between the non-profit community organization Imagine!, which works with people with disabilities, and the University of Colorado Boulder College of Engineering and Applied Science. The guests on the December 27th Edition of AMPLIFY include Professor Melinda Piket-May, CU Boulder engineering student Sarah DaFoe, and Director of Public Relations at Imagine!, Fred Hobbs.
Leadership Studies Students collaborate with city officials to make a difference
AMPLIFY host Jennifer Ciplet discusses CU Boulder's Leadership Studies Minor with undergraduate students Madaline Pellicore and Emily Schaldach, both of whom are receiving a minor in Leadership Studies at CU Boulder.
10 - 25 - 17 A M P L I F Y - DACA and Dreamers
DACA AMPLIFY OCTOBER PODCAST A CU Engage production with KGNU AMPLIFY Podcast: Oct. 25 show Spotlights DACA and Dreamers Welcome to A M P L I F Y , a new radio show and podcast about University-Community Collaborations. In the Oct. 25, 2017 show we’ll be talking about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, and efforts both locally and nationally to Protect Dreamers and advance permanent...