The Association for Information Systems (AIS) recognized the Information Systems Association Student Chapter of University of Colorado Denver’s Business School with the Outstanding Careers in Information Systems award, one of the association’s annual awards honoring the accomplishments of the best AIS student chapters worldwide. The awards will be presented at the International Conference of Information Systems (ICIS), in Dublin Ireland on December 11, 2016. Read more
As one of the highest-rated entrepreneurial cities in the U.S. Denver is a hub for aspiring entrepreneurs and small business development. That is why Denver Startup Week, Sept. 12-16, 2016, is set to be a highlight for the downtown Denver business community.
The largest event of its kind in North America, Denver Startup Week is the summit of entrepreneurial energy, innovation, and connection. Read more
Matt Fleming, Program Manager for the J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities (JPMCC) at the University of Colorado Denver Business School, spoke to about a dozen members of the community at the Colorado City Chamber of Commerce Luncheon on June 9th, held at the Rye Café. Fleming, originally from New York, has an MBA and is working on his MS Finance Degree. The only Center of its kind focusing on commodity education, The JPMCC provides undergraduates a certificate in Commodities, and MBA/MS Finance and Risk Management students the opportunity to specialize in Commodities. Read more
Yosef Bonaparte has been with the CU Denver Business School since 2014 as an Assistant Professor of Finance. Before becoming an integral part of the University, Bonaparte graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2008 with a Ph.D. in Financial Economics.
Professor Bonaparte’s main research interests are in Portfolio Choice and Asset Pricing. In particular, he examines how political climate and political affiliation influence investors’ portfolio choices and the stock market in general. Read more
The Sustainability Field Study Course at the CU Denver Business School led by professor Graham Russell that concluded this past Spring gave students the real world experience they crave. Students who took the course work individually or in small teams to conduct a semester-long sustainability project in a local company, government agency or non-profit.
These projects address a clearly identified need and lead to a well-defined product or deliverable that can be achieved within the duration of a single semester. Read more