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You’re invited to be an advocate

Join legislators and Roadrunners for an MSU Denver Champions open house and legislative debrief.

By Kyra deGruy

May 8, 2019

MSU Denver Champions at Capitol for advocacy event.Please join Colorado Sen. Brittany Pettersen, state Rep. Lisa Cutter and the Metropolitan State University of Denver Government Affairs team for the Metropolitan State University of Denver Champions advocacy program relaunch event!

The event will include discussion with Director of Government Affairs Tyler Mounsey and Government Affairs Coordinator Kyra deGruy about higher-education advocacy and the 2019 legislative session — as well as drinks and light appetizers.

May 23

5:30-7 p.m.

Aerospace and Engineering Sciences Building Reading Room (AES 380)

1449 Seventh St., Denver


Champions are advocates – faculty, staff, students and alumni – working to influence public policy that affects the University. Some champions write emails to legislators. Others attend rallies. A few even give testimony about MSU Denver’s role in the lives of students and in the Colorado community.

With more than 1,500 MSU Denver faculty and staff members living in legislative districts across the state, we have the potential to form a powerful coalition of advocates. Together, we can raise a collective voice and shape the future of the University.

Learn more about the program and sign up on the MSU Denver Champions webpage. The University needs you!

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