What We Do
Founded in 1999 by Phil Weiser, Colorado’s current Attorney General, the center is a recognized leader in interdisciplinary events and programs. We serve students, entrepreneurs, policymakers, and professionals, and support the joint missions of Colorado Law on teaching, scholarship, and public service.
Although technology and innovation have evolved radically over two decades, our purpose remains the same: to convene multi-stakeholder discussions, support innovation, and develop the next generation of technology lawyers, policy experts, and entrepreneurs. Explore the center’s history.
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Our Mission, Vision, and Operational Principles
Silicon Flatirons’ mission, vision, and operational principles reflect our commitment to our community, and to building diverse, multi-stakeholder dialogue across issues.
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Silicon Flatirons exists thanks to the generosity of our supporters and the strength of our community. We rely on their generous contributions to advance our mission.
As a center at CU Boulder, Silicon Flatirons has the opportunity to partner with many admirable schools, centers, and initiatives across campus. We share the goal of propelling students and others on the campus and in the community to great heights.