Professor Callie Rennison was recently featured in the outsideonline.com article “The Climbing Industry Tackles the #MeToo Movement.” The article describes her work with data scientist Charlie Lieu to develop a survey to explore sexual harassment in the climbing industry: “The… Read More ›
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 ›
CU Denver Today recently published an article titled “Countries of contrast provide message of hope” that explored the impact of the Maymester trip to East Africa. The trip was led by SPA alumnus and instructor Jamie Van Leeuwen. He was accompanied… 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 Propheter interviewed on impact of sports arenas and stadiums on local economies
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.
Professor and Associate Dean Tanya Heikkila’s book is hot off the press! Co-edited with peers Saba Siddiki and Salvador Espinosa, the book, titled “Contextualizing Compliance in the Public Sector: Individual Motivations, Social Processes, and Institutional Design,” is part of the Routledge Research… Read More ›
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 ›
This spring, SPA students had the opportunity to gain firsthand experience in applied research and help a Colorado municipality with its citizen engagement for land use and development. Working with the Hometown Colorado Initiative, MPA students in SPA Assistant Professor… Read More ›