• Research on energy development could help reduce future conflict

    SPA professors Weible and Heikkila receive NSF grant, build on previous research

    In a polarized political environment, two CU Denver researchers are working to help mitigate conflicts around one of Colorado’s most contentious issues – oil and gas development.… Full Story

    October 4, 2017
    Sarah Tanksalvala
  • Disaster recovery researcher Crow returns to CU Denver

    New faculty member bolsters School of Public Affairs' 10th-ranked environmental program

    November 10, 2016
    Michael Davidson
    Deserai Crow
  • Playing ‘utility infielder’

    Patterson uses Public Affairs degree working for Hickenlooper

    February 12, 2015
    Vicki Hildner
  • Is Fort Lyon shelter a sustainable solution for homeless?

    Buechner panel tackles complex issue of dealing with growing homeless population

    December 10, 2013
    Chris Casey
  • Hartnett publishes new article in Rhetoric & Public Affairs

    Stephen John Hartnett, professor and chair of communication, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, published “‘To Dance with Lost Souls’: Liu Xiaobo, Charter 08, and the Contested Rhetorics of Democracy and Human Rights,” the lead article in Rhetoric & Public Affairs 16.2 (Summer 2013): 223-274.… Full Story

    August 22, 2013
    Staff
  • Study finds small, incremental efforts seldom succeed

    February 13, 2013
    Jacque Montgomery
  • School of Public Affairs colleagues present at American Society of Criminology

    School of Public Affairs (SPA) Associate Professor Angela Gover, PhD, along with PhD student Elizabeth Tomsich and Research Associate MiRang Park, Korean Institute of Criminology, collaborated to present “Assessing the Overlap in Dating Violence Perpetration and Victimization among South Korean College Students: The Influence of Social Learning and Self-Control” on Nov.… Full Story

    November 28, 2011
    Danielle Zieg