Denver Relationships


  • Anne DePrince
  • Art Jones
  • Linda Olson

Recent Updates

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  • Federico Cheever

    In order for DU to engage with the community in the long term on a significant scale, DU needs to develop an administrative/legal mechanism for joint ventures with community partners. Currently, DUs contracting structure is designed for purchases and sales and grants. There is, as far as I’ve been able to determine, no mechanism, for sharing risks and rewards with the community partner (for profit or nonprofit). There are any number of available models for joint ventures. DU should adopt one, build review of joint venture proposals into its administrative structure and move forward.

  • Ben Gerig

    Whether it be Councilman Paul Kashmann, RTD and the DU Neighbors partnering with DU to ascertain the best uses for a multimodal transportation hub at the University Light Rail Station, or the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce coordinating with our STEM experts to develop a one-of-a-kind Co-Op program for DU students to work with local employers such as Merrick and CH2M for an entire year prior to graduation, the conditions are ripe for wonderful community partnerships to take root and flourish. I look forward to seeing DU fling its doors wide open to cultivate productive relationships with our incredible host city, for the benefit of our students, the University community and our burgeoning region…