University of Colorado Denver School of Public Affairs hosted “Public Lands in the West and the Outdoor Recreational Economy” on October 8 in conjunction with the school’s Wirth Chair in Sustainable Development and the Center for Western Priorities (CWP).
University of Colorado Denver School of Public Affairs hosted “First Friday Breakfast: Why is my ballot so long? What am I voting on?” offering attendees a closer look at a new budget simulation tool, as well as several ballot initiatives that Coloradans will be voting on in the upcoming elections.
University of Colorado Denver School of Public Affairs and Balancing Act, an online public budget simulation maker, announced the release of a new tool for Colorado voters to see the impacts of three ballot proposals that, if passed, would dramatically increase funding for transportation and P-12 education. Each proposed funding increase is linked to spending called for in each measure.
CU Denver School of Public Affairs Center on Domestic Violence hosted the 2018 Champions for Change Awards Dinner at Mile High Station in Denver on October 5. The Champions for Change Award recognizes individuals who have made exceptional contributions toward effective intervention and prevention of gender-based violence and who exemplify the vision and values of the Center on Domestic Violence.