CU Advocates hosted “CU Celebration” events in Weldona, Pueblo, Grand Junction, and Durango to welcome new and incoming students from the western slope, southern, and northeastern Colorado who plan to attend a CU campus.
Colorado Lt. Gov. Dianne Primavera and Maj. Gen. Michael A. Loh, The Adjutant General, visited the Marcus Institute for Brain Health (MIBH) at CU Anschutz Medical Campus.
More than 150 guests attended CU Advocacy Day at the Capitol, including CU Advocates, alumni, donors, legislators, regents and friends.
The CU Denver School of Public Affairs hosted a bipartisan legislative panel for its monthly First Friday Breakfast Series.
Students were invited to learn more about engaging in the policy process at a Saturday morning event organized by members of the CU Anschutz Medical Campus Student Senate and the Office of Government Relations.
Several state legislators, including many members of the Colorado Cancer Caucus, attended a luncheon at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus to learn about the future of cancer research and treatment in Colorado.
State Senators Owen Hill (R-Colorado Springs), Chris Holbert (R-Parker) and State Representative Chris Hansen (D-Denver) were honored as 2018 Legislators of the Year.
Legislators and business leaders from the Business Base Camp Program, sponsored by the Colorado Competitive Council (C3), visited the University of Colorado Colorado Springs campus.
Several leaders from the University of Colorado embarked on outreach trips to the San Luis Valley and Grand Junction.
More than 50 scientists from 11 research institutions presented their research at the State Capitol for a special poster session.