In September 2020, the largest global gathering on the topic of music cities will come to Denver. Over 40 international speakers will lead presentations and panel discussions on how music informs policy, planning, community development, tourism and branding.
The organization expects more than 300 attendees – from musicians and record execs to mayors and professors – to come from all over the world for two days exploring the relationship between music and the built environment.
This is an excerpt from the City Stories article.
CU Denver students and faculty are putting knowledge into practice.
University researchers propose an innovative model to help protect vulnerable neighborhoods from the loss of affordable housing.
Breakthrough technology may lead to life-saving treatments for thrombosis and stroke patients.
This is Budding Early Experiences (BEES) in the Garden, a community-engaged teaching and research project launched four years ago with input from alumni and students in CU Denver’s School of Education and Human Development.