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Helping doctors use medical histories to make smarter decisions

Michael Mannino, PhD, outlines how identifying similarities between patients and their medical histories can help drive more informed decisions for diagnoses and treatment.

Top tech executives share insight for Colorado’s promising future

A panel of IT experts gave insight to where the IT industry is headed at the annual Become a Business Leader with an Edge event

Persistent efforts to connect students with careers pays off 

Information Systems Association’s diligence does not go unnoticed, earning them a national award for the fourth consecutive year

Belize Maymester 2017: a lesson in service learning

A group of CU Denver Business School students recently returned from a Maymester program in Belize. Their goal? Hone their respective business skillsets through service learning projects aimed at helping the local population. Led by Associate Professor of Information Systems, Ron Ramirez, the students embarked on a three-week trip that began in the country’s capital […]

Information systems student: charting new paths

Bright futures await best friends who made the most of their time at both CU Denver and CU Anschutz

CU Denver’s MOOC specialization among the highest ranked

CU Denver Business School’s Data Warehousing for Business Intelligence Specialization, a set of massive open online courses (MOOCs) offered through Coursera, is one of the top-rated specializations in the data science category for business, receiving about 4.5 stars out of 5 with a total of over 6,000 course completions across the five courses. The specialization […]

Professor specializing in health information technology featured in WSJ

In the 21st century, the push toward digitizing information exploded, except for in one major industry: health-care. Featured in a recent Wall Street Journal piece on electronic medical records, Assistant Professor of Information Systems, Dr. Jiban Khuntia, explained why the shift took so long, and what finally led to it. When you walk into a doctor’s […]