The Colorado Education Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP), a School of Public Affairs professional development program for individuals whose work record reflects strong leadership abilities and a concern for issues important to children and education, has selected 11 fellows for 2018-19…. Read More ›
Professor Mary Guy was interviewed by the online site WalletHub about various aspects of city management. Read what Dr. Guy has to say in 2018’s Best- & Worst-Run Cities in America, and find out how Denver ranks!
Assistant Professor Geoffrey Propheter was interviewed by the sports stadium/economic development site “Field of Schemes” in both a podcast and written interview, with Neil DeMause, the go-to journalist for stadium policy issues. Read or listen to the interview.
Dean Paul Teske was recently quoted in the Denver Post article, titled “Election takeaways: Colorado’s primaries show Democrats have momentum heading into November.” “If you’re trying to gauge a blue wave or enthusiasm, I would say those numbers look pretty… Read More ›
Dean Paul Teske was recently quoted in the Denverite article, titled “‘Tea Party of the left’ claims victory as its progressive candidates advance in Denver,” on the momentum and influence of the Working Families Party in Colorado. Teske said that… Read More ›
Randy Harrison, a senior research follow with CU Denver School of Public Affairs, was recently quoted in the Denver Post article titled “Massive Denver public projects involving private sector would be streamlined; mayor’s proposal to City Council.” Harrison has spent… Read More ›
Dean Paul Teske was recently quoted in The 74 article, titled “We Just Haven’t Seen a Race Like This,” on how education and school reform have become issues for Democrats in Colorado’s Governor Primary. Teske comments on the shift that… Read More ›
Associate Professor Todd Ely has been quoted in a U.S.News & World Report article in which the links between school choice and transportation are explored. In “Will Ride-Sharing Replace Traditional School Buses?” Dr. Ely touches on how classrooms can become… Read More ›
CU Denver School of Public Affairs (SPA) has been mentioned in the coloradopolitics.com article “Hickenlooper names 32 civic and business leaders as Governor’s Fellows.” For two years, SPA has been the academic partner to the Colorado Governors Fellowship Program, whose… Read More ›
The University of Colorado Denver School of Public Affairs (SPA) hosted 30 undergraduate students from across the United States for its CU Denver Public Service Weekend held June 7–10. The students represented 17 majors related to public service and administration… Read More ›