Michelle A. Marks became CU Denver’s chancellor on July 1, 2020. One of higher education’s leading innovators, she combines the business acumen of an experienced senior administrator with the spirit of an academic. Learn about her plan for her first 100 days on the job.
"I'm thrilled to be joining CU Denver at this pivotal time and help build on its foundation of creating true opportunity for the talented many. So many current challenges of the world require new knowledge, strong and diverse leadership, and a more engaged society—all of the areas in which CU Denver excels."
~ Chancellor Michelle Marks, PhD
From July 1-10, Chancellor Marks listened to the campus community’s perspectives on issues of equity, with a particular focus on racial justice.
Chancellor Marks will spend her first 100 days listening to constituents across the university and throughout the community.
Read about CU Denver’s plan for a return to campus that will keep our community safe, ensure our students’ ongoing success, and innovate for the future.