Criminology Speaker Series: The Psychology of Serial Sexual Killers
Science Building Amphitheater
Join us as we welcome clinical psychologist David Mirich, Ph.D., to campus for the semester’s first installment of the Criminology Speaker Series. Mirich will present the psychological ramifications of serial killers and give those in attendance the opportunity to test Robert D. Hare’s “Psychopathy Check List.” Learn more.
Move Forward 5K and 10K
Northwest Denver Campus
Students from the Doctor of Physical Therapy
program invite all experienced runners, casual runners and walkers, well-behaved on-leash dogs, and families for a Move Forward 5K/10K run. Proceeds from the event benefit Canine Companions for Independence and the Foundation for Physical Therapy. Register here
for your race-day number and a T-shirt. See you on the course!
Department of Fine and Performing Arts Events
Claver Recital Hall
Join the Regis Department of Fine and Performing Arts this month as it hosts a series of live events, free and open to the public. Highlights include the Music Program Faculty Recital featuring the rich talent of our faculty, an evening of jazz with the Brad Goode Quartet and a recital by voice instructor Nicole London. Masks are required for audience members. Parking is available for a small fee in Lot 4 (bring license plate number and payment card to kiosk). View a more in-depth schedule here.
Inspired Thinkers Series
Regis will welcome Lecolion Washington, executive director of the Community Music Center of Boston, for the 2021 Inspired Thinkers Series. Washington will share a keynote address that takes a close look at equitable and authentic ways we can think about inclusion as we emerge from last year’s closures. Learn more about the event here.
Art Faculty Exhibition
O'Sullivan Art Gallery
Through Sept. 24
The O’Sullivan Art Gallery opened its doors last month for the Regis College Art Faculty Exhibition. The show includes pieces that range from photos that explore the time, nature and humanity of Wyoming landscapes to a painting that combines influences from Dutch still life with contemporary messages. Read more about the show.