Charitable support from alumni, parents and friends plays a critical role for CMCI and is important for continued success. Please consider a gift today.

Visit us online or donate by mail:

University of Colorado Foundation
P.O. Box 17126
Denver, CO 80217
Please add a note designating your gift for CMCI. Make checks payable to the University of Colorado Foundation.

Do you have questions about supporting CMCI?
Contact Mary Beth Searles, Assistant Dean for Advancement, by email or at (303) 386-6170.

 


 

Scripps fellow Chris Lett examines a carnivorous plant at the CU Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Greenhouse as Tess Additon, greenhouse manager, points out the plant’s unique features. Scripps fellow Elizabeth Royte looks on.

$2.47 million gift to CU Boulder bolsters support for environmental journalism

The Ted Scripps Fellowships in Environmental Journalism have supported more than 100 journalists covering the most complex environmental issues of the day. Thanks to a $2.47 million gift, the program will continue for years to come.

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Dean’s Leadership Society

Donor generosity plays a critical role in the success of College of Media, Communication and Information. We are proud to recognize the inaugural Dean’s Leadership Society, individuals who donated $1,000 or more during our most recent fiscal year.

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Scripps family supports student investigative news with $2.5 million gift

A $2.5 million gift from Bill and Kathy Scripps will allow a specialized student news course, CU News Corps, to produce journalism in partnership with professional media organizations into perpetuity with the establishment of the Scripps CU News Corps Endowment.

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News outlets turn to News Corps

From fact checking the 2016 election to reporting on crime, students in a specialized journalism course use emerging storytelling techniques to investigate Colorado issues.

Student uses a virtual reality headset and handsets.

Hearst Foundation awards CMCI $125,000 for technology enhancements

“We’re creating an environment in which students work with state-of-the-art equipment and software from the day they arrive until the day they graduate," said Dean Bergen.

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