Snapshots

These are a few photos I’ve snapped around the world.


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2009 conversation between @ethang and @lessig on twitter

I voted for @lessig today

I voted for @lessig today, at least with a donation.

2009 conversation between @ethang and @lessig on twitter

2009 conversation between @ethang and @lessig on twitter

I always thought he was a pretty swell guy.

Camara Jones Lecture

Camara Jones: Achieving Health Equity: Tools for a National Conversation on Racism

Videography by Ethan Crawford

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Ignite Denver 19

Ignite Denver 19 – February 26, 2015
Oriental Theater, Denver, Colorado

Videography & Broadcasting by Ethan Crawford
Editing by John Wilker

Ignite Denver 18

Ignite Denver 18 – October 9, 2014
Oriental Theater, Denver, Colorado

Videography & Broadcasting by Ethan Crawford

State of the Wild Symposium

State of the Wild Symposium: Experts from around the world meet to discuss various global conservation crises and explore solutions from a compassionate conservation lens.

Recorded and Broadcast Live by Ethan Crawford, University of Denver

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Pedro Noguera Lecture

Pedro Noguera: Challenging Racial Disparities in School
September 29, 2014 in the Boettcher Foundation Community Room, Craig Hall, Denver, Colorado

Videography by Ethan Crawford

 

Conexão Mundo Petrolina Pernambuco Brazil

Here are a couple of videos that show my amazing team of English coaches during the 2014 Conexão Mundo program in Petrolina, Pernambuco, Brasil. Many thanks to my teammates, students, all the administrators, teachers, and friends in Petrolina, and US-Brazil Connect for arranging the program.

Beat the Reaper Live Blues Rock & Roll February 2014

The eighth annual Beat the Reaper Concert
Videography by Ethan Crawford, RockyMedia

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Ignite Denver 16

Ignite Denver 16 – Feb, 20, 2014
Oriental Theater, Denver, Colorado

Videography & Broadcasting by Ethan Crawford

Russell Skiba Lecture

Dr. Russell Skiba presents Let’s Not Wait: Research-Driven Approaches for Reducing Racial Disparities in School Discipline
Hosted by the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work and Padres & Jóvenes Unidos

Videography by Ethan Crawford, Abbey Westphal, Allen Kopicko

Let’s Not Wait: Research-Driven Approaches for Reducing Racial Disparities in School Discipline

Dr. Russell Skiba, Professor and Director of the Equity Project at Indiana University, speaks about the history and root causes of racial disparities in school discipline, their consequences for student outcomes, and promising approaches to making schools safer and more equitable for all youth.

Recorded at the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work, Boettcher Foundation Community Room in Craig Hall.

Videography by Abbey Westphal, Allen Kopicko, Ethan Crawford

Slides for this lecture are available at http://goo.gl/as6DCR

Frank Biasi: GIS in the Rockies 2013 Keynote

Frank Biasi presents “Extending our Reach through Maps and Multimedia Integration,” the second keynote for the 2013 GIS in the Rockies Conference, held in Denver, Colorado on October 10, 2013.

Recorded and broadcast live by Ethan Crawford, RockyMedia

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James Fee: GIS in the Rockies 2013 Keynote

James Fee presents “How to Remain Relevant in the Age of Change,” the first keynote for the 2013 GIS in the Rockies Conference, held in Denver, Colorado on October 9, 2013.

Recorded and broadcast live by Ethan Crawford, RockyMedia

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Ignite Denver 15

Ignite Denver 15 – September 18, 2013
Paramount Theatre, Denver, Colorado

Videography and Broadcasting by Ethan Crawford

Ignite Denver 13

Ignite Denver 13 – February 27, 2013
Oriental Theater, Denver, Colorado

Videography and Broadcasting by Ethan Crawford

Mapmaking

Mapmaking

I’m making maps to add to a report we’re developing for the University of Denver Sustainability Council. The report recommends several transit improvements for the University of Denver campus, such as a new cycle track, bike/pedestrian signage, painted bike boxes, bike fixtations, curb cuts, green sharrow lanes, and new red crosswalks. You can read the report here: DU Land Use Transit Recommendation.

View full map: http://geocommons.com/maps/219532

DU Bicycle Friendly University

DU: A Bicycle Friendly University

DU: A Bicycle Friendly University

DU: A Bicycle Friendly University

You probably didn’t know this, but a few months ago the University of Denver Transit Committee put in overtime hours in an effort to *officially* become designated as a Bicycle Friendly University (BFU).  We spent many days documenting the details of DU’s transportation infrastructure, and distilling them into clear and precise wording inside our very first application to the BFU Program.

Today that effort paid off.  This morning the League of American Bicyclist named the University of Denver, along with fifteen other universities, as a Bicycle Friendly University (see announcement here).

We should be clear that there are four levels of awards in the BFU program, and DU earned the lowest level of bike friendliness (bronze).  Still, we are on the map of only 44 universities that share this designation, and we’re proud of it!

The next step: Silver, Gold, and/or Platinum. So how do we improve our bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure? You can find out, and share your ideas at the next DU Transit Committee meeting, which will be held on Monday October 29th at 3pm at the DU Center for Sustainability (JMAC 142). We hope to see you there!

DU Sharrow Install

New Sharrows!

DU Sharrow Install

DU Sharrow Install

The DU area is getting a lot of attention lately with the upcoming Presidential Debates.  If you didn’t know, the University of Denver will host the first debate of the 2012 election season, when President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney will battle for control of the nation on October 3, 2012.

One of the benefits of being a presidential debate-hosting university is that the city comes through and re-surfaces your roads! The only problem is that our highly-cherished sharrows were removed with the old pavement.

We were quick to alert the City that we wanted our sharrows back, and voila! New Sharrows!  Now we need to convince them to sharrow all the streets adjoining campus…