LONE TREE, CO (Sept. 26, 2018) – Chancellor Dorothy Horrell of CU Denver and Chancellor Don Elliman of CU Anschutz Medical Campus have named Scot Chadwick the new vice chancellor of enterprise development at the University of Colorado South Denver.
Chadwick will take the helm to guide the enterprise as CU South Denver continues in its vision to serve as the preeminent innovator of choice for accelerating talent solutions, propelling careers and advancing leaders by offering market-driven, distinctive programs for individuals and organizations. CU South Denver offers classes and programs from across the CU campuses and boasts innovative, cutting-edge professional development opportunities including workshops, trending topics programs such as EduTalks (a lunch and learn series) and Journey to the Top C-Suite Series, executive education, customized programs and more.
Chadwick currently serves as the executive director for the Office of Digital Education at CU Denver and Anschutz Medical Campus. He will continue his leadership role with CU’s digital education efforts, creating pathways to the University of Colorado for working adults across Colorado and beyond, and extend his charge in leading CU South Denver’s enterprise development as vice chancellor. Chadwick brings extensive experience as an education technology leader and advisor to higher education executives across the country and has held several business leadership roles in the private sector, within large multi-national corporations and education technology start-ups. As vice chancellor, he will lead the growth of the CU South Denver enterprise, supporting academic innovation and amplifying its corporate and community partnerships.
“Adult learners and employers alike are increasingly looking to higher education for innovations in academic programming that can align their education goals with their career and life goals. These include in-person, fully online and blended delivery, customized programs, micro-credentials as well as education-as-a-benefit programs. CU South Denver has become a hub for these innovations and is uniquely positioned at the forefront of serving the adult learner of today and of the future,” says Chadwick.
Chadwick graduated with his bachelor’s in psychology from the University of Colorado Boulder and continues to let his CU pride shine through his dedication to enhancing the CU community and enriching its students, affiliates and existing enterprises.