Celebrating 10 years of sustainability at the CU Denver Business School

The Managing for Sustainability Council keeps program focused and sharp

2017 Faculty Excellence Awards

Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs Roderick Nairn has announced the 2017 Faculty Excellence Awards in the following letter to faculty. As the spring semester winds down, I have the pleasure of taking a moment to announce our faculty award winners. This annual tradition is our chance to stop and recognize […]

2016 faculty and staff awards announced

At this year’s Holiday Potluck, the University of Colorado Denver Business School announced the 2016 faculty and staff awards along with the Laube Community Impact Award. Faculty awards are given for excellence in research, excellence in teaching for tenure and non-tenure tracks, and excellence in service. A committee of past winners in each category review […]

CU Denver finance professors present research at the 3rd annual Geneva Summit on Sustainable Finance

A paper written by CU Denver Finance Professors John Byrd and Elizabeth Cooperman was one of ten papers accepted among global researchers to be presented at the University of Geneva’s 3rd Geneva Summit on Sustainable Finance in association with Latsis Internationale, the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) Finance Initiative, and Sustainable Finance Geneva. Elizabeth Cooperman […]

CU Denver Business School Professors Present Research at Oxford University Conference

Professors John Byrd and Elizabeth Cooperman had a paper presentation at the 1st Global Conference on Stranded Assets and the Environment” at Queen’s College, University of Oxford on September 24, 2015. The University of Oxford’s Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment invited researchers and interested practitioners to a major academic conference on stranded assets and […]

Pension studies examine surplus deferred compensation

Business School research suggests better oversight needed for defined benefit public pensions DENVER – A series of studies by two University of Colorado Denver Business School professors indicate a large level of surplus deferred compensation and near-retirement salary growth among both K-12 and university employees.

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