It’s been a busy summer! CU Denver Today has undergone a redesign, including a new look and a new name. Plus, there’s a new way for community members, business leaders, and CU Denver fans to connect with the university through its stories.
Drum roll, please, as we introduce two fresh new sources of university news and stories:
CU Denver News: Providing timely news and campus info
Today is now CU Denver News, with a bold design reflective of our CU in the City brand and exciting updated features, including:
- Fully responsive design – On your phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop, get your university news no matter where you are.
- Trending news content – Stay on top of the most popular content to see what others are reading and deepen your awareness of your university.
- User-generated content – Submit captioned photos of events, achievements, and ongoing campus developments.
- External news coverage – Catch highlights from CU Denver’s media mentions in local and national news outlets.
Faculty and staff will receive the weekly CU Denver News e-newsletter with all the latest insider info. Look for it on Tuesdays throughout the academic year.
City Stories: Sharing a world of knowledge with the city we call home
Both the city of Denver and CU Denver have so many amazing stories to tell. Starting this fall, we will begin sharing some of our favorites through a new newsroom website and e-newsletter, City Stories.
City Stories will provide a glimpse into the lives, research, and creative work of the students, faculty, and alumni who are making an impact that extends beyond our campus. Trending topics will engage an audience of local professionals and help them to stay on top of important developments in and around Denver.
Headlines you will see in the first edition of City Stories include:
- The 14er: Susana Cordova answers fourteen questions that elevate the conversation (coming soon!)
- Denver artist / entrepreneur Detour carves his own path in the art world
These stories of impact help to demonstrate and bolster CU Denver’s position as a vital community asset, one of the five strategic priorities laid out by the chancellor. Bringing these stories to life for new audiences reinforces the valuable contributions the university makes to the city of Denver.
While faculty and staff will receive some City Stories content via the CU Denver News e-newsletter, you can subscribe to City Stories to dig even deeper into what CU in the City really means.