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Chase Evered inverted in a break dance move

Co-Founder of School of Breaking Fosters an Inclusive and Safe Community

Chase Evered '07, who goes by the name Chase ‘Em Down, co-founded the School of Breaking nine years ago after earning his bachelor’s degree in business administration from CU Denver. The School of Breaking has remained open during the pandemic with extensive safety protocols, limited class sizes, limited class times, and new virtual classes. 

CU Denver students, faculty, and staff can receive 10 percent off breaking and hip-hop drop-in classes, both in person and virtually, until June 2021 by using the code CUBREAKS10 at checkout. 


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A Time To “Lead Courageously”

Barbara Cooper MA ’95, PhD ’09 was appointed Secretary of Early Childhood Education by Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey in July 2020. She earned both her PhD in education leadership and innovation and a master’s degree in administration, supervision, and curriculum development (magna cum laude) at CU Denver's School of Education and Human Development.


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Areal View of Downtown Denver

First Friday | The Post-Pandemic Future of Downtown Denver

| 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Cost/fee: Free
Downtown areas thrive on density, human interaction at close scale, and the vibrancy that people bring to a place. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, downtown Denver was booming. Plans in the making over many years were coming together, as office buildings, hotels, and other projects were filling in surface parking lots and other downtown spaces. With the pause that the pandemic has put on those plans, what can we expect once public health guidance deems it safe to congregate in downtown Denver? How many people will return to work in office spaces, and how often? What will be the impact on the downtown restaurant and entertainment scenes? And how about taxes that fund public services, such as transit? What can we learn from other cities or related examples? Please join the School of Public Affairs' expert panel for this discussion.
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Back to Business: Colorado Economic Outlook & Recovery

| 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Join the CU Denver Business School for a candid virtual discussion and Q&A with Sam Bailey, Vice President of Economic Development at the Metro Denver EDC. Sam will share his expert insights on what COVID impact and recovery looks like, which Colorado industries are growing and hiring, and what to expect in the coming year.
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