MPA alumnus Don Wick ’97, who retired in Dec. 2017 as Arvada’s police chief, was recently named director of operations at Numerica Corp. in Fort Collins. The company works with the U.S. Department of Defense and local police departments to help… Read More ›
In the News
SPA faculty, students, alumni and staff who have been in the news lately.
Scholar in Residence Parker Baxter, Associate Professor Todd Ely and Dean Paul Teske co-authored the article “A Bigger Slice of the Money Pie: Charters in Colorado and Florida win share of local tax dollars” that was published by EducationNext on Jan. 17,… Read More ›
MCJ alumna Natriece Bryant ’09 has been appointed as the Chief Administrative Officer for the Colorado Department of Local Affairs. Natriece joined the department on January 22, 2018. As part of her duties, she will take on the critical duties of communications… Read More ›
Dean Paul Teske is quoted in the Jan. 4, 2018, Chalkbeat article “Coloradans seeking more school funding inch closer to 2018 ballot.” “I have to believe it’s going to be a big Democratic turnout,” said Paul Teske, dean of the… Read More ›
On Jan. 2, 2018, MPA alumna Heather Balser ’96 received unanimous approval from Louisville’s City Council for her appointment as city manager. Colorado Hometown Weekly reports that Balser has served in various roles throughout the city over the past 20 years,… Read More ›
Ph.D. alumna Jo Ann Shoup ’15 recently published the article “Planning for Impact: Translating Research Into Practice by Using the RE-AIM Framework” on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s New Connections blog. Shoup is a senior research project manager in the… Read More ›