On March 24-25, CU-Boulder Chancellor Phil DiStefano met with members of the Colorado congressional delegation in Washington, DC to discuss campus student success and affordability initiatives, as well as university federal priorities.
U.S. Senator Cory Gardner visited the UCCS campus on February 20 to learn more about the Southern Colorado Higher Education Consortium (SCHEC)
CU President Bruce Benson and CU Anschutz Medical Campus Chancellor Don Elliman made a visit to Washington, DC in February to meet with the Colorado Congressional delegation and highlight a number of issues important to the University.
In February, the CU Government Relations staff met with the Colorado Congressional delegation to express concern for provisions included in recently-proposed patent legislation, and help them understand how a strong, enforceable patent is essential to new companies created with CU technology.
Retired Gen. James Mattis visited the CU Denver campus on February 17 to give a lecture on Middle East Tensions to veterans.
On February 10, UCCS joined the Army Reserve, five other top-tier universities and 12 employers in an effort to create future cyber warriors. The Army Reserve Cyber Private Public Partnership (Cyber P3) brought together leaders of industry and academia with lawmakers on Capitol Hill to address a critical need for expertise in the cyber domain.
On February 25, Chris Koehler, Director of the Colorado Space Grant Consortium (COSGC) headquartered at CU-Boulder, visited Capitol Hill to meet with staff from Colorado’s Congressional delegation.