Educating soldiers for the cybersecurity war

The CU Denver Business School hosted the second Mountain West Cybersecurity Consortium (MWCC) to build a stronger cybersecurity education community.

Cycling team gains another speedster

With addition of Colombian rider, Lynx Cycling Team primed for another strong season

Business student earns national championship

Cyclists tend to be soft-spoken, non-boastful types. So, it’s not surprising that CU Denver graduate student Cyrus Pearo, who recently won the USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships, summed up the race this way: “Good bit of climbing. Good bit of wind. It was a tough day.” Tough indeed. The day also included a good […]

Jian Yang selected as research chair at the J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities

The J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities (JPMCC) at the University of Colorado Denver Business School has selected Dr. Jian Yang, professor of finance and risk management, as the new incoming Research Chair. As the JPMCC Research Chair, Yang sets the direction of conferences, creates academic coursework, provides leadership and other activities that will shape the JPMCC […]

Indian cybersecurity experts visit the Business School

The CU Denver Business School was honored to host a delegation of cybersecurity experts who visited on February 22, Denver through WorldDenver and Denver Sister Cities International. The Indian cybersecurity experts are members of the US Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs International Visitor Leadership Program. The five-member Indian delegation is on a three-week […]

RMI program celebrates new graduates

The University of Colorado Denver Business School celebrated its sixth year of graduates from the Risk Management and Insurance Program on Dec. 15, 2016. Twelve undergraduate students, seven graduate students, and one professional certificate student, celebrated their graduation at the end of fall 2016 semester. The University of Colorado Denver Business School was pleased to […]

CU team lands in top 10 in online global cybersecurity competition

On Thursday Dec. 1, Adjunct Professor Yvette Connor and three graduate students participated in the Kaspersky Interactive Protection Simulation (KIPS), a live global competition between cybersecurity experts. Competing against over forty top security firms around the globe, the team placed eighth overall. The two hour-long roleplaying game is a rare opportunity for professionals to respond […]

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