In its November meeting, the CU Board of Regents approved a new Master of Public Policy (MPP) program to be offered by the University of Colorado Denver School of Public Affairs beginning with the fall 2022 semester.
The University of Colorado Board of Regents named Professor Mary Guy as one of 11 new members to its roster of Distinguished Professors, a title signifying the highest honor awarded to faculty across the CU system’s four campuses. Additionally, she was honored with the 2021 Award for Excellence in Public Administration Education, a joint award by two journals, and named co-editor of a new journal on social equity and public administration.
In this School of Public Affairs interview, student Lydia Buttrick discusses her motivation to pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice with a minor in Human Development & Family Relations at CU Denver and her internship experience with a criminal defense law firm in Denver and how it lead to a full-time job.
For anyone who might feel hesitant to vote in a year that doesn’t feature a presidential election or other prominent races, we offer the advice of Paul Teske, PhD, dean of CU Denver’s School of Public Affairs.
In an effort to explain numeracy, we consulted with two faculty experts at CU Denver—Lucy Dwight, PhD, in the School of Public Affairs and Stephanie Santorico, PhD, in the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences. Simply put, “It’s the basic ability to critically assess information that relies on numerical data,” said Dwight, who teaches quantitative methods.
The University of Colorado Denver is proud to announce the winners of the CU Denver 2021 Pandemic Research and Creative Activities Award. Winners from the School of Public Affairs include Dr. Deserai Crow, Professors Angela Gover and Chris Weible, and PhD candidates and lecturers Stephanie Bultema and Jongeun You.
In this School of Public Affairs interview, student Tressa Carter discusses her motivation to pursue the Pathways Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration-Master of Public Administration program, her experiences as a non-traditional student, and advice for future students.
In this School of Public Affairs interview, student Sawyer Victor discusses his motivation to pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice as a fully online, out-of-state transfer student, his career interests, and more.