CLLARO Que Si! April 2023 Newsletter
The CLLARO Capitol Fellows are preparing to wrap up their internships this session! So far, they have completed over 200 hours of work during the legislative session, and have learned from 23 professionals on a variety of topics ranging from policy issues to professional development.
University of Colorado names Todd Saliman sole finalist for president
University of Colorado System Regents selected Todd Saliman as the sole finalist in its search to find the next president of the four-campus CU System.
‘The Walls Around Opportunity‘
Author discusses book on “the failure of colorblind policy for higher education.”
Denver-Based Jesuit University Taps Data Science to Help Prospective Students Predict the Value of the MBA
Regis University, a Jesuit university based in Denver, today announced the launch of a new data science initiative that will provide prospective students with a forecast on the value of a graduate business degree in the labor market after graduation.
Entrepreneurship Day returns to Colorado Mesa University
Colorado Mesa University hosted its 15th annual Entrepreneurship Day, bringing in students, business leaders, and employers to mingle and hear pitches from student entrepreneurs.
Metro Hispanic men detail financial, cultural challenges to get through college
That’s the question Denver Scholarship Foundation leaders asked Hispanic men about their challenges. They variously listed a lack of funds, information, support, and individual attention, plus family responsibilities.
University of Colorado officially confirms Todd Saliman as system’s new president
University of Colorado’s Board of Regents voted unanimously Wednesday to officially confirm Todd Saliman as the system’s 24th president.
Colorado Department of Education declares April 29 as ‘Decision Day’
The Colorado Department of Education has declared Friday, April 29 as Decision Day. The Colorado campaign is to celebrate the importance of higher education and inspire Colorado students to attend either a university, community college, private occupational school, serve as an apprentice, or in the military.
Latino Group Blasts CU for Naming Interim President Sole Finalist for the Job
The powers that be at the University of Colorado were no doubt hoping that choosing the next president for the state's largest higher-ed system would be smooth and problem-free, in contrast to the unmitigated disaster that was the reign of previous leader Mark Kennedy.
Group led by former Trump adviser targets Colorado Latino voters with anti-transgender ads
American First Legal, which is led by Trump aide Stephen Miller, is sending mailers and airing Spanish-language radio ads in Colorado
U.S. Senate candidates face college students concerned about housing costs, immigration policy
Michael Bennet and Joe O'Dea visit MSU Denver's The Solution Studio, a new voter-education forum.
Colorado’s new 8th Congressional District kicks 2022 battle for Latino vote into overdrive
Candidates are advertising in Spanish. Political parties are knocking on doors and registering voters. National organizations are polling folks.
Opinion: An honest history of Colorado’s political evolution includes LGBTQ issues and people
Whether you agree with the politics, you should know the history behind how and why it happened. So should your kids
CLLARO Capitol Fellowship Program helps hundreds of Coloradans with future careers
As of this year, the fellowship has helped more than 100 college students, many of which are the first in their family to go to college.
Five key moments from the second Denver mayoral debate
Candidates get into specifics around homeless sweeps, recruiting police officers and more