CU President Mark Kennedy and Incoming President Todd Saliman met with campus leaders from CU Boulder and UCCS to discuss ongoing federal research priorities and key partnerships.
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.
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.
UCCS, in partnership with the Office of Government Relations and the Daniels Fund, held the first Mountain West Cybersecurity Consortium meeting.
Congresswoman Diana DeGette visited Isabella Bird Community School to learn more about our great state of Colorado.
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Several representatives joined UCCS Chancellor Pamela Shockley-Zalabak for lunch on the UCCS campus.
Outgoing State Representative Janak Joshi (R-Colorado Springs) hosted a town hall meeting at the UCCS campus to discuss Cyber Security.
HB 16-1453, Colorado Cybersecurity Initiative bill, was signed by Gov. Hickenlooper at the UCCS campus.
UCCS hosted U.S. Senator Cory Gardner for a roundtable discussion on multiple cybersecurity efforts in the Colorado Springs community.

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