Denver March for Science Endorsements
as of April 4, 2019
Show your support for science by completing a brief form containing our endorsement statement.
The individuals and entities listed below have expressed their agreement with our endorsement statement.
Current Elected Officials
U.S. Representative, 7th Congressional District
Colorado Speaker of the House, representative from District 13
Colorado State Senator, District 26 (Colorado House of Representatives, District 3, at the time of endorsement)
Regent, University of Colorado (candidate at the time of endorsement)
Colorado House of Representatives, District 36
Colorado State Senator, District 19
Prior Elected Officials
Matt Jones, Colorado State Senator, District 17, at the time of endorsement
Andy Kerr, Colorado State Senator, District 22, at the time of endorsement
Dylan Roberts, Colorado House of Representatives, District 26, at the time of endorsement
Paul Rosenthal, Colorado House of Representatives, District 9, at the time of endorsement
Businesses and Organizations
Colorado School of Mines Society of Physics Students
Ugly Research, Inc.
Endorser affiliations are shown for identification purposes only and do not signify an endorsement by the employer.
Donald Beaver, Prof. Emeritus of Zoology, Michigan State University
Erik J. Clarke, Public Finance Professional
Charles A. D’Ambra, Digital Strategy consultant, retired
James DeGregori, Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics, Univ of Colorado School of Medicine
Jamie Giellis, 2019 candidate for Mayor, Denver
James Hagman, Professor of Biomedical Research, National Jewish Health
Tom Kost, Retired research scientist
Tracy McNary, Teacher
Tamim Shaikh, Professor of Pediatrics, University of Colorado School of Medicine
Matt Young, Teaching Professor, retired, Colorado School of Mines
I/we affirm our support for the Denver March for Science and agree with the position underlying the March’s mission and goals:
– Robustly funded and publicly communicated science is a pillar of human freedom and prosperity.
– Good science informs good public policy, regardless of political party or philosophy of government.
– A diverse and inclusive scientific community asks a broader range of questions and rewards us with a greater understanding of our world.
– Equitable access to science and science education is critical to individual autonomy, an informed citizenry, a vibrant economy, and to best prepare future generations to thrive in an increasingly inter-connected world.
As such, I/we commit to and call for public support of science education, scientific research, and science as an institution that upholds the common good, and for political leaders and policymakers to enact evidence-based policies in the public interest.