CU Denver brings life to the heart of downtown. Students and faculty weave the urban landscape into their learning, their work, their lives.
From alumni in local leadership to research projects on city issues to valuable service for the community – each day, university people and programs impact this city in ways big and small.
Researchers in the Center on Network Science evaluate the Denver Day Works program in its first year.
Education doctoral student Ana Novelli trains for a role that’s in high demand in Denver and beyond.
Alumnus Pat Meyers’ impressive resume includes roles as assistant attorney general, owner of Smashburger and chief of staff for Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper.
Digital designers from College of Arts & Media help create “Experience La Bohème” to take viewers behind the scenes of a large-scale opera production.
Four alumni and one student earn distinction on the Denver Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 list honoring future local leaders.
Students and faculty in the College of Architecture and Planning engage in the strategy and excitement of our growing city.