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University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus

University of Colorado Denver
Power of Partnership
 

The Power of Partnership

Relevant and Responsive


The University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus is an impactful partner for business, industry, education, and government, providing fresh thinking, groundbreaking research, educated talent, and more.

We can augment a company's intellectual capital, strengthen & build leaders, and collaborate to benefit communities.  This, in turn, can lead to business growth, ensure long-term success & impact, and build community.

We have successfully partnered with the City and County of Denver to test green concrete around the city, Denver Public Schools to build and promote Learning Landscapes, as well as Encana and other energy companies to develop a master's degree program in Global Energy Management.

Below we showcase these and other effective collaborations. If you are interested in discussing ways to partner with us, contact us at: partners@ucdenver.edu

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The returns on investment

The University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus + Public and Private Investments = $2 Billion

The university drives economic development and innovation, providing a high return on investment. In recent fiscal years the state economic impact of the university exceeded $2 billion through direct and campus expenditures in payroll, operations, and student spending. When compared to Colorado businesses, revenue from the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus would place the university in the top 15 among publicly traded companies. By itself, the Anschutz Medical Campus would place in the top 20.

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Assistive Technology Partners 

Innovations for a better life

School of Medicine + Community Clients = Assistive Technology Partners

One in five people in the United States live with a disability, but it is possible to make their lives easier through technology. Together with their clients, School of Medicine faculty in Assistive Technology Partners created and developed the most comprehensive program in the field to identify, evaluate and test these technologies, and to help increase maintain or improve the functional capabilities of those with disabilities or limitations due to again. Since its founding in 1989, the program has provided information and services to more than 470,000 people around the world.

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Partnering for our kids 

Partnering for our kids

College of Architecture and Planning + Denver Public Schools = Learning Landscapes

Learning Landscapes is a forward-thinking program at the University of Colorado Denver that connects the design and construction of urban public spaces with healthy initiatives. Since 1998, in partnership with Denver Public Schools, we have transformed 81 neglected public elementary schoolyards into attractive and safe multi-use parks tailored to the needs and desires of their neighbors and communities.

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Partnering for safer communities 

Partnering for safer communities

College of Arts & Media + the Lakewood Police Department = Safer Communities

Students with CU Denver’s College of Arts & Media are helping uncover valuable information from clues found at crime scenes. Our National Center for Media Forensics is partnering with the Lakewood Police Department, where interns from the center help collect, process and analyze crime scene audio, video, and computer evidence.

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Partnering for the future of energy  

Partnering for the future of energy

Business School + the Energy Industry = Global Energy Management

Developed in partnership with leading energy companies the Global Energy Management program addresses the practical, real world considerations and challenges energy companies face on a daily basis. GEM is designed to equip future leaders with the tools needed to find solutions to the issues and opportunities found in conventional, nonconventional, alternative and renewable energy businesses.

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Partnering for student success 

Partnering for student success

School of Education & Human Development + Urban Schools = Urban Community Teacher Education

Our transformational new program provides future teachers with knowledge and skills essential to promote students' success in urban and diverse classrooms.

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Partnering for sustainable futures 

Partnering for sustainable futures

College of Engineering and Applied Science + City & County of Denver = Sustainable Concrete

Faculty and students in the Civil Engineering department have been developing and testing a variety of materials for use in concrete that include, at least in part, materials like waste glass, recycled concrete aggregate, and fly ash. A partnership with the City & County of Denver has lead to the testing of several mixtures in alleys, including fly-ash, and more recently a crumb rubber concrete mixture

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Partnering to help those in need 

Partnering to help those in need

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences + Neighborhood Organizations = Community Betterment

The Urban Citizen Program guides students in service-learning projects specific to Denver. Students in the program work to assist and partner with local non-profits and organizations that deal with Denver's societal issues.

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Partnering to bring communities together 

Partnering to bring communities together

School of Public Affairs + Community Leaders = Denver Community Leadership Forum

For a quarter-century the Denver Community Leadership Forum (DCLF) has helped shape the skills our community leaders need to turn challenge into opportunity and conflict into collaboration. The program works on fostering more productive cooperation between the private, nonprofit, and public sectors.

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