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CSIS doctoral program undergoes redesign to get students job market ready

The Computer Science and Information Systems PhD program was redesigned to set higher expectations for students starting on day one

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.

Breaking down barriers for women in the workplace

Traci Sitzmann researched some measures women can take to overcome discrimination in male-dominated positions

Turning a profit by exchanging health information

Professor’s research outlines how health information exchanges can stay in business after grant funding runs out. Assistant professor of Information Systems Jiban Khuntia, PhD, along with professors Sunil Mithas and Ritu Agarwal at the Robert H. Smith School of Business, researched a phenomenon in the US healthcare system: why health information exchanges (HIEs) fail. In theory, […]

CU Denver business professor presents to national leaders on research in energy markets

The J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities’ research chair presents research to leading industry and policymakers last week at a US Energy Information Administration (EIA) workshop.

The economics behind college football conference realignment

Dr. Eckard applies uncertainty-of-outcome hypothesis to uncover how competitive balance affects college football conferences

A business school on the rise

Our Business School ranked high against competitors according to U.S. News & World Report