CU Denver’s division of Strategic Enrollment and Student Success is the grateful recipient of a $75,000 award from the Pueblo County Government Scholarship Program to support scholarships for new students from Pueblo County, Colo., enrolling at CU Denver for the fall 2022 and spring 2023 semesters.
After Jonathan T. H. Wu, professor in the Department of Civil Engineering, passed away in 2020, his wife Mary Wu partnered with the Organization of Chinese Americans Colorado to honor his legacy through a new endowed scholarship fund.
In March 2022, the University of Colorado Board of Regents announced the recipients of its 2022 Honorary Degrees, Distinguished Service Awards, and University Medals, which included Don Johnson, Tenzing Rigdol, Wayne Cascio, Rebecca Kantor, and Thomas Noel.
March 3, 2022, marked CU Denver’s very first campus-wide day of giving, bringing together the Lynx community for a 24-hour marathon of philanthropy to support the causes closest to our heart at CU Denver.
In 2021, CU Denver’s faculty and staff donated more than $204,000 through the LYNX UP faculty and staff giving campaign. This was a double-digit increase over the previous record-setting year of giving in 2020.
Paragons of philanthropy at CU Denver, Bob Damrauer and his late wife, Lennie, generously established the Chancellor’s Distinguished Lecture Series, the Robert Damrauer Scholarship Fund, and a distinguished lectureship in chemistry.
Dean Emeritus Paul E. Bartlett, who served as dean of the College of Engineering, Design & Computing at CU Denver for 28 years, is remembered for his visionary leadership, advocacy for students and faculty, and impact as a fundraiser and philanthropist.
More than 100 CU Denver donors, members of university leadership, deans, faculty, and students gathered for an evening of gratitude on October 7, celebrating those who so generously support our mission to make education work for all.
Patrick Browne ’10, MA ’18 passed away in early March after a long battle with a medical condition (unrelated to COVID-19). To honor his legacy, his family has established a scholarship in his name to support veteran students at CU Denver.