From Chalkbeat: “Colorado students began leaving their desks to make political statements in September. The first protests were in Jefferson County, but students across the state followed suit over the next few months. “Wednesday’s panel included students from Jeffco, Boulder,… Read More ›
More than 100 people attended the March 6, 2015, Buechner Breakfast First Friday for a session titled “The Colorado Water Plan: How Will We Quench Our Future Thirst?” The first draft of the Colorado Water Plan was presented to the… Read More ›
Criminal Justice and Criminology Professors Mary Dodge and Callie Rennison recently published a textbook, Introduction to Criminal Justice: Systems, Diversity, and Change, with Sage Publishing. Sage is hosting a “meet the authors” event on March 4, 2015, at the Academy of Criminal… Read More ›
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from criminal justice professionals!
The Network Leadership Training Academy (NLTA) is a place where leaders gather to learn, share ideas and develop skills for engaging in the “network way of working.” This 3-day workshop is focused on building, managing, and evaluating effective networks. Many… Read More ›
A group of SPA volunteers ventured out on Fri., Feb. 20, as part of the CU in the Community campaign. The group spent the morning helping out the Market Meals program through Volunteers of America. This program operates under the… Read More ›
What: Buechner Breakfast First Friday (BBFF) When: Friday, Feb. 6, 2015 | 7:30-9 a.m. Where: 1380 Lawrence Street, Denver | Terrace Room, Second Floor Who: Open to the public. No charge for admission, but please RSVP online. Public-private partnerships are frameworks for… Read More ›