First Friday Breakfast: Denver Elections
Room Number: Terrace Room (2nd Floor)
Lawrence Street Center
1380 Lawrence Street
From education policy to affordable housing, criminal justice reform to energy independence, these issues affect our neighborhoods, our cities and our society as a whole. To move forward and find solutions, the country needs leaders and collaborators with in-depth knowledge and a long-term vision.
As Colorado’s top school for public affairs, public administration and criminal justice, CU Denver School of Public Affairs is a great place to start.
#1 Best Public Affairs Program in Colorado (#25 in the nation)
#1 in Environmental Policy and Management in Colorado (#11 in the nation)
#1 in Public Finance and Budgeting in Colorado (#17 in the nation)
#1 in Nonprofit Management in Colorado (#21 in the nation)
#1 in Public Management and Leadership in Colorado (#23 in the nation)
#1 Best Online Graduate Criminal Justice Programs in Colorado (#19 in the nation)
Principal Researchers:Professors Tanya Heikkila and Christopher Weible, University of Colorado Denver School of Public Affairs
Student Researchers:Jennifer Kagan and Jill Yordy This project explores differences across state-level policy decisions related to oil and gas development over the past decade, to provide an understanding of how different policy contexts influence the intensity of conflicts and their outcomes.