One of CU Denver’s strategic goals is to become internationally known for its research and creative works, and that starts right in our own backyard with this year’s class of TIAA Chancellor’s Urban Engaged Scholars (CUES). Seven faculty members were honored for their research and creative works, including Civil Engineering Professor, Dr. Wesley Marshall.
Marshall studies the road safety and active transportation issues facing the Denver metro region. His laboratory is our streets, and he is passionate about building a more livable and resilient city for everyone.
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