Fewer Skilled Immigrant Worker Visas Means Less Innovation

A reduction in the number of skilled immigrant worker visas in the United States has had a detrimental effect on innovation, according to a study co-authored by Rina Ray, PhD, an Assistant Professor of Finance at the CU Denver School of Business. Ray and her co-author, Rasha Ashraf, PhD, Georgia State University, found that U.S. firms […]

CU Denver Business School Petrie Faculty Awards Announced

DENVER – The University of Colorado Denver Business School is pleased to announce the first faculty awards from the Tom and Jane Petrie Faculty Development Fund.  The selection committee, chaired by Dr. Marcelle Arak, reviewed an impressive number of proposals before choosing award recipients.

CU Denver Business School Named Partner in Risk Education

DENVER – The Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) has recently announced the addition of the University of Colorado Denver Business School to the GARP Partnership for Risk Education. The Partnership for Risk Education is a framework through which academic institutions can ensure that their risk management course offerings are aligned with global industry needs […]

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