My 100 Days of Listening runs through October 8. Our first focus was on equity and racial justice. The conversation is now broadened to topics of your choice. 


 

 

Now I am particularly curious to know...

Where does CU Denver have key advantages and momentum?

What areas need further development and/or are major organizational issues to be addressed?


Looking ahead, what do you see as CU Denver's greatest opportunities?


What is one thing we can do to make CU Denver better?
Suppose a headline is written about CU Denver in five years--what would you want that headline to say? 


How to Provide Input

Attend a Unit-Specific Session

I have asked my office and the Office of Strategic Impact to work with the deans, unit heads, Faculty Assembly, Staff Council, Student Government Association, and the Alumni Board to coordinate 50+ listening sessions with stakeholders across the campus and community.

Watch for information from your dean or unit head about attending a listening session.

Attend a General Session

We are limiting attendance at each session to 20 participants so that everyone may be heard. I recognize this means that not everyone will be able to participate in their unit-specific session. If you are interested in attending a general session, please let us know. We'll make sure you are invited to sign up. 

Submit Written Feedback

If you are not able to attend a listening session, or if you have any additional comments you would like to make over the 100 Days, you may do so through the 100 Days of Listening input form. The form asks the same questions posed in every listening session. I will read every response. 


By the Numbers  |  As of September 2

430+

People Engaged

70+

Units Represented

All 8

Schools/ Colleges

60+

Meetings Scheduled