Former Denver Post editor Greg Moore is heading to CU-Boulder this fall

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Greg Moore, former editor of the Denver Post, will join CU-Boulder for the fall semester.

Moore will teach his own college seminar. He’ll also work with other professors on smaller “modules” and give lectures, as he told occasional Denverite freelancer Joanne Ostrow in an email.

He’ll be a Hearst Visiting Professor of Professional Practice at the College of Media, Communication and Information.

You’ll even be able to see some of it yourself.

He’ll also be teaching two sessions in other professors’ courses. The first, “Putting the Watchdog to Sleep,” is free and open to the public. It will be held 11 a.m. on Oct. 14 in the Old Main Chapel. You can RSVP online.

Moore worked 14 years at the Denver Post, leaving in April. He was also at the Boston Globe for 16 years. The Denver Post newsroom earned four Pulitzers during his time there.

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