Trends and News


When the virus shares your name: An update on COVID-19 from the Corona Insights team

The Corona team update on COVID-19, including what we're doing to stop the spread and how we can help you right now.

By David KennedyRead More


Displacement, Disruption, and Distortion: Three Forces Threatening Your Mission Delivery in 2020

Karla Raines, creator of Differentiation Zone, shares her insights into three forces threatening your mission delivery in 2020.

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The Future of Qual

For years, qualitative market research has been dominated by focus groups and one-on-one interviews. Molly discusses the shortcomings of these traditional methods and how refreshed methodological approaches can overcome their pitfalls.

By Molly HaganRead More


Future of our work: Personas

What are personas? What should you look for when creating them? Are they useful?

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The increasing prevalence of mixed methods research designs

Future research will increasingly leverage the strengths of qualitative and quantitative tools. See how Corona did it to study retirement in Colorado.

By Jim PripusichRead More


The continuously evolving data privacy landscape

The landscape for personal data protections is a work in progress. Learn about some of these challenges and how Corona is addressing them.

By David KennedyRead More


2020 Election Cycle Brings Spotlight to Colorado

We are heading to another presidential election cycle. Colorado always garners attention as a purple state, but we can expect the 2020 election to be especially interesting. In this blog, Molly Hagan highlights some of the changes that will reshape the Colorado voting landscape.

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Communities Seek Creative Solutions to the Country’s Housing Affordability Crisis

In this blog, Jim Pripusich explores the depth of the current housing affordability crisis. Can creative zoning and “Granny Flats” offer communities relief?

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DU’s Keystone Strategic Plan leads to action

  The 20th century model of delivering a liberal and creative arts education is inadequate to the task of developing graduates who can think broadly and critically in and out of their chosen fields. —From the Keystone Strategic Plan 2018-2025   We are thrilled to celebrate the creation of the College of Arts, Humanities & Social […]

By David KennedyRead More


Aging in Wyoming

Earlier, we reported on a joint project that we conducted with Heinrich Marketing to examine the different ways that Wyoming youth move into adulthood.  Today we’ll look at the other side of the spectrum, examining how Wyoming residents age. We examined the timeline by which different life events happen among older adults, including retirement, health issues, […]

By Kevin RainesRead More