It was fitting that energy thought leaders met on International Women’s Day to recognize the contributions that women make to the energy sector and their future. Pink Petro HERWorld Energy Forum is a place for women to discuss key issues and challenges they face within the industry. The forum addressed the energy transition, digital technology, workforce needs and opportunities, and the gender gap. Read more
Imagine you were faced with the decision of firing your CEO who has been an advocate for equal rights and pay for women in the workplace due to a mistake he made 39 years ago. Your stock price is rapidly declining due to the public’s knowledge of this scandal, and this mistake has now drastically altered the CEO’s reputation of treating women fairly in the workplace. Do you fire him? Read more
Last Thursday, the third floor of the Tivoli Student Union was packed with students from all across the Rocky Mountain region. Over 400 students from Metro State University, CU Colorado Springs, University of Denver, Colorado Christian University, and CU Denver attended the International Business & U student conference put on by the World Trade Center Denver. Read more
“If I learned anything in life, it’s that being intentional is important,” Kim Chaumillon, Director of Global Talent Management at Trimble Inc. shared in her seminar at the International Business & U student conference.
Hosted by the World Trade Center Denver, the conference brought over 400 students together across the Rocky Mountain region to showcase different types of international careers. Read more
No one said college would be easy, but dedication and hard work really do pay off. After taking classes, interning with OppenheimerFunds and serving as the president of the CU Denver student chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), CU Denver graduate Brandon Wiegand’s hard work paid off when his internship with OppenheimerFunds ended with a job offer in the field he loves – human resources. Read more
The atmosphere seemed more like old friends catching up than business leaders gathering at the Managing for Sustainability Advisory Council meeting last Wednesday. The Managing for Sustainability Advisory Council consists of 42 sustainability leaders in and around Denver alongside Business School faculty.
The advisory council keeps the CU Denver Business School in touch with the people spearheading sustainability best practices here in Denver. Read more