Announcements and Events

  • I hope you’ll join in the Inauguration events Sept. 21 and 22. This is an exciting moment for all of us at Regis, and it would be great to have everyone participate. One note, while we have decided to not institutionally cancel classes, our expectation is that faculty will be supportive of students who wish to participate in this special experience.

  • We are soliciting recommendations for the Honorary Doctorate recipient for the 2024 Commencement ceremony. Please utilize this link, Honorary Doctorate Nomination, if you would like to submit a nomination(s).

  • Congratulations to Victoria McCabe for receiving the rank of Professor Alumna. It is an honor to recognize Victoria in this way, and a blessing to have her with us to continue to have impactful engagement with our community.

  • A Town Hall with Senior Leadership will be held Oct. 4 at 1 p.m. Topics/theme will be shared soon.

  • A revision to the Academic Integrity Policy has been approved and Deans will be following-up with communication about the policy. While the revisions include references to Artificial Intelligence, we will soon have a full Generative Artificial Intelligence policy to share.

  • For ranked faculty, a reminder to please complete and/or update your faculty profile information displayed to the public on the Regis University website at Please review the guidelines for your profile materials on OneRegis. If your profile is incomplete, or if you have new accomplishments to add, a fresh headshot, a revised bio or an updated CV, please send them to the MarCom Web Team by submitting the Web Request form, found at Any ranked faculty member needing a new headshot is invited to attend an open headshot session in Main Hall on Sept. 29 from 9-11 a.m.

  • We are beginning the conversation about our HLC Quality Initiative, a required effort in advance of our reaccreditation in 2028. To help inform the conversation, we are looking for input from the community via HLC Quality Initiative.

  • If you have yet to see season 9 of “The Colorado Experience” on PBS, Nicki Gonzales (Vice Provost for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusive Excellence) and Bishop Pablo Burson (Director of Student Development and Community Partnerships) are two of the narrators!
  • Dan Berlau, faculty in Rueckert-Hartman, will be giving a public talk about Brown Noise and ADHD in Golden for the Golden Beer Talks ( on Sept. 19.
  • Tony Ortega, faculty in Regis College, is part of the From all Angles: 50 Years in the Art Business exhibition at the William Havu Gallery from Sept. 8-Oct. 21.
  • Robin Hextrum, faculty in Regis College, has a solo exhibition, Animal Kingdom, at the Abend Gallery from Sept. 22-Oct. 11.


  • Alyse Knorr’s, Faculty in Regis College, new book Ardor, is available via Gasher Press this month.

  • Kate Partridge’s, Faculty in Regis College, new book Thine, is available via Tupelo Press.

  • Stephen Kirkman, Faculty in Anderson College of Business and Computing, recently joined a discussion with Cybersecurity Guide, a podcast and resource guide that covers the industry.

  • Memories of Loretto: This year, the Loretto Heights School of Nursing celebrates its 75th anniversary (forty years at Loretto Heights College and thirty-five years at Regis University). The Memories of Loretto exhibit showcases historical artifacts from Dayton Memorial Library’s Archives and Special Collections, charting the college’s rich legacy with roots dating back to the 1890s when the Sisters of Loretto established a girls' academy in south Denver.
  • Brown and Gold(en) Jubilee: 50th Anniversary of the Class of 1973 and Memorable Moments in Regis History: Jubilees mark a special anniversary of an event, and a celebration of fifty years is called a Golden Jubilee. The 1970s mark 50 years since the first group of women graduated from Regis University. This exhibit contains photos, newspaper clippings, and artifacts from the archives which highlight the ways in which women were received. Also featured are the infamous brown and gold beanies which were worn in the 1930s and through 1970s. Archives staff uncovered their original, questionable, and controversial use!