OFFICE OF THE DEAN

ADMINISTRATION

Laurence Kaptain

Dean of the College of Arts & Media

Theodore Edmonds

Associate Dean for Transdisciplinary Research & Innovation

Jeff Lambson

Director of Emmanuel Art Gallery and Next Stage Gallery

Karen Ludington

Assistant Dean of Business & Operations

Christina Paguyo

Assistant Dean for Student Success & Creativity Sciences

Mark Rabideau

Associate Dean for Faculty and Student Affairs Associate Professor

Sara Walpole

Executive Assistant to the Dean

ADVISING & STUDENT SERVICES

Karin Hunter

Director of Advising Lecturer

Amanda Barrell

Course & Curriculum Coordinator

Diccon Conant

Lead Academic Advisor

Amy Foss

Academic and Career Advisor

Laura Harvey

Operations Specialist

ENROLLMENT & LYNX CAMP

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David Walter

Director of Enrollment Management & Summer Programs
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Email Address:david.walter@ucdenver.edu

Primary Phone:303-315-7487

HUMAN RESOURCES & FINANCE

Teri Wilson

Director of Human Resources

Kristen Barrett

HR & Operations Coordinator

Anthony Wilson

Finance & Procurement Senior Professional

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

 

Nathan Edwards

IT Principal Professional

Gavin Cook

Principal Macintosh Engineer

MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS

Alice Crogan

Director of Marketing & Communications

Academic Departments

FILM & TELEVISION

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Christina Paguyo

Assistant Dean for Student Success & Creativity Sciences

Dr. Christina H. Paguyo is the Assistant Dean for Student Success & Creativity Sciences. Dr. Paguyo’s role reimagines the learning ecology of CAM by exploring how humanizing pedagogies will bolster the CAM curricula and support faculty and staff––strengthening equity and inclusion mindsets, practices, and policies as it relates to recruitment, retention, and well-being. The Assistant Dean for Student Success & Creativity Sciences amplifies support for students who come to CAM with a passion for art, research, making, and creating. Dr. Paguyo will assure fulfillment of a primary goal: to send CAM graduates out into the world confident with purpose, and ready to succeed.

"Dr. Paguyo has an exceptional track record of studying analytics that facilitate student success and writing impactful education, research grants focused on equity, diversity, and inclusion,” says Dean Laurence Kaptain. “We will be asking her how these factors, written into policies and enacted in practices, will influence recruitment, retention, and the well-being of students, faculty, and staff.”

Christina H. Paguyo, Ph.D., comes to CAM from her current role as Director of Academic Assessment with the Office of Teaching and Learning at the University of Denver. Before that, she was a postdoctoral research fellow in the College of Engineering at Colorado State University. Trained in critical theories, learning sciences, and policy analysis, the ballast of her professional trajectory is composed from a long-standing passion to help people thrive and learn with their head, heart, and hands. Paguyo’s research has been featured in the Journal of Higher Education, Journal of the Professoriate, Journal of College Student Retention, Higher Learning Commission, and Inside Higher Ed. She has over $2 million dollars obtained in grant-funded proposals to finance research projects and educational programs, including a current grant from the National Science Foundation for which she serves as Principal Investigator.

Education, Licensure & Certifications

MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY STUDIES

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Christina Paguyo

Assistant Dean for Student Success & Creativity Sciences

Dr. Christina H. Paguyo is the Assistant Dean for Student Success & Creativity Sciences. Dr. Paguyo’s role reimagines the learning ecology of CAM by exploring how humanizing pedagogies will bolster the CAM curricula and support faculty and staff––strengthening equity and inclusion mindsets, practices, and policies as it relates to recruitment, retention, and well-being. The Assistant Dean for Student Success & Creativity Sciences amplifies support for students who come to CAM with a passion for art, research, making, and creating. Dr. Paguyo will assure fulfillment of a primary goal: to send CAM graduates out into the world confident with purpose, and ready to succeed.

"Dr. Paguyo has an exceptional track record of studying analytics that facilitate student success and writing impactful education, research grants focused on equity, diversity, and inclusion,” says Dean Laurence Kaptain. “We will be asking her how these factors, written into policies and enacted in practices, will influence recruitment, retention, and the well-being of students, faculty, and staff.”

Christina H. Paguyo, Ph.D., comes to CAM from her current role as Director of Academic Assessment with the Office of Teaching and Learning at the University of Denver. Before that, she was a postdoctoral research fellow in the College of Engineering at Colorado State University. Trained in critical theories, learning sciences, and policy analysis, the ballast of her professional trajectory is composed from a long-standing passion to help people thrive and learn with their head, heart, and hands. Paguyo’s research has been featured in the Journal of Higher Education, Journal of the Professoriate, Journal of College Student Retention, Higher Learning Commission, and Inside Higher Ed. She has over $2 million dollars obtained in grant-funded proposals to finance research projects and educational programs, including a current grant from the National Science Foundation for which she serves as Principal Investigator.

Education, Licensure & Certifications

NATIONAL CENTER FOR MEDIA FORENSICS

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Christina Paguyo

Assistant Dean for Student Success & Creativity Sciences

Dr. Christina H. Paguyo is the Assistant Dean for Student Success & Creativity Sciences. Dr. Paguyo’s role reimagines the learning ecology of CAM by exploring how humanizing pedagogies will bolster the CAM curricula and support faculty and staff––strengthening equity and inclusion mindsets, practices, and policies as it relates to recruitment, retention, and well-being. The Assistant Dean for Student Success & Creativity Sciences amplifies support for students who come to CAM with a passion for art, research, making, and creating. Dr. Paguyo will assure fulfillment of a primary goal: to send CAM graduates out into the world confident with purpose, and ready to succeed.

"Dr. Paguyo has an exceptional track record of studying analytics that facilitate student success and writing impactful education, research grants focused on equity, diversity, and inclusion,” says Dean Laurence Kaptain. “We will be asking her how these factors, written into policies and enacted in practices, will influence recruitment, retention, and the well-being of students, faculty, and staff.”

Christina H. Paguyo, Ph.D., comes to CAM from her current role as Director of Academic Assessment with the Office of Teaching and Learning at the University of Denver. Before that, she was a postdoctoral research fellow in the College of Engineering at Colorado State University. Trained in critical theories, learning sciences, and policy analysis, the ballast of her professional trajectory is composed from a long-standing passion to help people thrive and learn with their head, heart, and hands. Paguyo’s research has been featured in the Journal of Higher Education, Journal of the Professoriate, Journal of College Student Retention, Higher Learning Commission, and Inside Higher Ed. She has over $2 million dollars obtained in grant-funded proposals to finance research projects and educational programs, including a current grant from the National Science Foundation for which she serves as Principal Investigator.

Education, Licensure & Certifications

VISUAL ARTS

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Christina Paguyo

Assistant Dean for Student Success & Creativity Sciences

Dr. Christina H. Paguyo is the Assistant Dean for Student Success & Creativity Sciences. Dr. Paguyo’s role reimagines the learning ecology of CAM by exploring how humanizing pedagogies will bolster the CAM curricula and support faculty and staff––strengthening equity and inclusion mindsets, practices, and policies as it relates to recruitment, retention, and well-being. The Assistant Dean for Student Success & Creativity Sciences amplifies support for students who come to CAM with a passion for art, research, making, and creating. Dr. Paguyo will assure fulfillment of a primary goal: to send CAM graduates out into the world confident with purpose, and ready to succeed.

"Dr. Paguyo has an exceptional track record of studying analytics that facilitate student success and writing impactful education, research grants focused on equity, diversity, and inclusion,” says Dean Laurence Kaptain. “We will be asking her how these factors, written into policies and enacted in practices, will influence recruitment, retention, and the well-being of students, faculty, and staff.”

Christina H. Paguyo, Ph.D., comes to CAM from her current role as Director of Academic Assessment with the Office of Teaching and Learning at the University of Denver. Before that, she was a postdoctoral research fellow in the College of Engineering at Colorado State University. Trained in critical theories, learning sciences, and policy analysis, the ballast of her professional trajectory is composed from a long-standing passion to help people thrive and learn with their head, heart, and hands. Paguyo’s research has been featured in the Journal of Higher Education, Journal of the Professoriate, Journal of College Student Retention, Higher Learning Commission, and Inside Higher Ed. She has over $2 million dollars obtained in grant-funded proposals to finance research projects and educational programs, including a current grant from the National Science Foundation for which she serves as Principal Investigator.

Education, Licensure & Certifications

CONTACT US

 

Telephone: 303-315-7400
Email: 
CAM@ucdenver.edu​

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Physical Address

College of Arts & Media
University of Colorado Denver
1150 10th Street Denver, CO 80204

 

General Mail Delivery (USPS)

(Name or Title of Program)
College of Arts & Media
University of Colorado Denver
Campus Box 162
PO Box 173364
Denver, CO 80217-3364

 
Central Receiving (UPS/FedEx/Parcel or Package Shipment)

(Name or Title of Program)
College of Arts & Media
University of Colorado Denver
1201 5th Street, AR 177
Denver, CO 80204-2005

 
Admissions & Enrollment

Email: CAMinfo@ucdenver.edu
Phone: 303-315-7487

 
Emmanuel Art Gallery

1205 10th Street Plaza
Denver, CO 80204
Email: emmanuelgallery@ucdenver.edu
Telephone: 303-315-7431

Comcast Media & Technology Center
Tivoli Annex 139B, Tivoli Student Union,
Comcast Media & Technology Center Staff


Film & Television Department

Email: FilmTV@ucdenver.edu
Telephone: 303-315-7405

 
IT Help Desk

Office: Arts Building, 177 C
Email: CAMit@ucdenver.edu
Telephone: 303-315-7428

 

LYNX National Arts & Media Camp

Email: LYNXcamp@ucdenver.edu​​
Telephone: 303-315-7468

 
Music & Entertainment Industry Studies Department

Office: Arts Building, 288
Email: meis.dept@ucdenver.edu
Telephone: 303-315-7450

 

National Center of Media Forensics

Office: King Center, Fifth Floor
Email: NCMF@ucdenver.edu
Telephone: 303-315-7496

 
Next Stage Gallery

1025 13th St
Denver, CO 80202
(Located in the Denver Performing Arts Complex)

 

Visual Arts Department

Office: CU Building, 800 A
Email: VisualArts@ucdenver.edu
Telephone: 303-315-1501

 

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Katie Leonard

Katie Leonard is a Denver native and lead organizer for Anti-Racist Club Colorado. She received her B.A. in African American Studies with a concentration on Music and Art History from Harvard College in 2017.

Email: katannleo9@gmail.com

Karen Ludington

CAM Assistant Dean of Business & Operations, Karen Ludington, selected to join University of Colorado's Excellence in Leadership Program

Karen Ludington, Assistant Dean of Business & Operations, of the College of Arts & Media joins an elite cohort as fellow in University of Colorado’s Excellence in Leadership Program.

Teri Wilson

Teri Wilson Elected to Professional Board

Teri Wilson, Director of Human Resources at CAM has been elected to the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the College & University Association for Human Resources Executive Board. Congratulations, Teri!