Latino Policy Symposium 2011


Latino Policy Symposium 2011
Friday, September 16, 2011
3:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
University of Denver  -  Craig Hall Community Room
2148 South High Street, Denver, CO  80208

Topics to be addressed:

    • Education
    • Health
    • Economics
    • Civil Rights/Immigration
    • Political Engagement

Invited Panelists:

  • Deb Ortega, Ph.D,  DU Professor of Social Work
  • Chris Urbina, M.D., MPH, Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Chief Medical Officer for the State of Colorado
  • Honorable Crisanta Duran, Representative State of Colorado - invited
  • Maria del Carmen Salazar Ph.D, DU Professor of Education at Moregridge College of  Education
  • Arturo Jimenez,  Vice President of the Board of Education (DPS), Attorney at Law
  • Paul F. Campos, CU Professor of Law

$10 per person, students free
Registration/check in begins at 3:00
Panel discussion begins at 3:30

Reception (cash bar) immediately following panel
Food provided by Anthony Estrada
Entertainment by Mariachi Vargas

Co-sponsored by the University of Colorado Hispanic Alumni Association (CUHAA) and the University of Denver Latino Alumni Association (DULAA)

The State of Latinos 2008 – Defining an Agenda for the Future published by the Latino Center for Community Engagement and Scholarship at the University of Denver will be the basis for the panel discussion: