CU Denver faculty have launched the Mini-School for Public Affairs and Public Health, one of four new Mini-Schools that the CU Denver |Anschutz Graduate School initiated in the last two years. They’re modeled after the Mini-Med School that was established 25 years ago.
While the previous Mini-Schools on STEM (two), humanities, and arts and architecture focused on showcasing scholarly activities on the CU Denver campus, the new Mini-School is a cross-campus initiative that serves a broad interest in the general public. Some 194 students are currently registered.
Weekly lectures, which began Oct. 2 and continue through Nov. 20, are understandable to every interested layperson. The Mini-School for Public Affairs and Public Health is free; those who attend at least six classes receive a certificate.
Seating is limited and registration is required. Please register at: https://gswebapps.ucdenver.edu/minipub/register