CU Denver Chancellor Michelle Marks and CU Athletic Director Rick George each traveled to Capitol Hill to meet with members of the Colorado congressional delegation.
In response to the global coronavirus pandemic, CU’s federal relations team worked with university leadership, institutions of higher education across the state, and the Colorado congressional delegation to ensure critical support for students, research and the State of Colorado.
CU President Mark Kennedy and Congressman Joe Neguse hosted a breakfast with African American community leaders.
Congressman Jason Crow joined CU Denver Chancellor Dorothy Horrell and Patrick Browne, Director of Veteran and Military Services for a student veteran roundtable.
The CU Denver School of Public Affairs hosted a bipartisan legislative panel for its monthly First Friday Breakfast Series.
Congresswoman Diana DeGette joined a roundtable at the University of Colorado, Denver CU Denver to discuss the short and long term effects of climate change in Colorado, and across the nation and the world.
Senate Majority Leader Chris Holbert (R-Parker) was a guest speaker at CU Denver School of Public Affairs class "Introduction to Public Administration and Public Service," led by instructor Wendy Bolyard, Ph.D.
Speaker of the House Crisanta Duran (D-Denver) and Senate Majority Leader Chris Holbert (R-Parker) served as panelists at the December First Friday Breakfast sponsored by the CU Denver School of Public Affairs.
UCCS, in partnership with the Office of Government Relations and the Daniels Fund, held the first Mountain West Cybersecurity Consortium meeting.