Welcome to Colorado SSN

OpEd Writing Workshop 11.22.19

About the chapter

Colorado SSN was launched in 2016 to bring together engaged scholars statewide, with particular representation from the University of Colorado-Denver, the University of Denver, and the University of Northern Colorado. Members are interested in conducting policy-relevant research in the areas of health care, gentrification and urban planning, social inequality, and immigrant and refugee well-being.

Leaders
University of Colorado, Denver
Members
University of Colorado
University of Colorado Denver
University of Northern Colorado
University of Denver
University of Denver
Colorado SSN
University of Colorado Boulder
Colorado State University
University of Colorado Denver
University of Denver
University of Denver
Colorado State University
University of Colorado Boulder
Colorado State University
University of Colorado Denver

Latest in the News

Cecilia Orphan quoted on regional comprehensive universities by Jaime Adame, "Board approves Drale to serve two-year term as UALR chancellor" Arkansas Democrat Gazette, September 13, 2019.
Cecilia Orphan quoted on administrative changes by Madeline St. Amour, "Some faculty worry president’s new positions make CU system admin-heavy" Daily Camera, July 20, 2019.
Cecilia Orphan quoted by Rick Seltzer, "Squeezed From All Sides: Opportunities and Challenges for Regional Public Universities" Inside Higher Ed, July 8, 2019.
"Paid Family Leave is a Pro-Family Policy for Coloradans," Jennifer C. Greenfield, The Colorado Sun, March 24, 2019.
"Public Charge Provisions Hurt Citizen Children Too," Whitney L. Duncan (with Sarah Bronwen Horton), The Hill, December 9, 2018.

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