Each semester, Professor Roger Ritvo assigns a Service-Learning Project to MBA students in his Leading Individuals and Teams course.
As part of the course, students are asked to identify a local organization to arrange a hands-on service project for and then share their accomplishments in an end of semester presentation. The practical application of this project encourages students to engage the community through fundraising, and reinforces concepts learned and discussed in the course and the textbook. Read more
Finding Her Own Path at CU Denver
CU Denver students are known for their diversity and eagerness to learn. Mimi Stockton is the perfect example of the resilient and ambitious Lynx community.
Tuning in remotely from Michigan, Mimi is continuing her pursuit for a career that challenges her, allows her to grow, and gives back to the community. Read more
CU Denver Business School Masters student Erin Werdenberg is combining her agricultural experience with her interest in Marketing to create a unique career.
Erin is an AgriEdge Specialist at Syngenta, a global provider of agricultural science and technology. As an AgriEdge Specialist, Erin’s role focuses on fieldwork and working directly with farmers. Read more
Recent CU Denver Business School graduate Felix Buske is a man of opportunities. Felix has been taking chances to explore his passions since high school – from vending machines to skiing and stocks, Felix has never shied away from a challenge.
Moving to Denver
Prior to studying at the business school, Felix thrived as a business psychology student with a passion for skiing in Germany. He knew Read more
Higher education is often the first step to entering the workforce. Students devote countless hours of studying and learning to graduate with a degree and find a fulfilling job in the field of their choosing. For many students, the hope is that this job is not just practical, but a rewarding and fun experience as well.
What happens when students realize they don’t enjoy their chosen career path as much as they thought they would? Read more
CU Denver’s Business School Management Department recently ranked 16 out of 150 top-rated business schools in the nation for per-capita research productivity on the TAMUGA management publications list.
The research rankings are updated annually by scholars at Texas A&M University and the University of Georgia and provide a review of the articles published in eight top-tier management research journals including: Academy of Management Journal (AMJ), Academy of Management Review (AMR), Administrative Science Quarterly (ASQ), Journal of Applied Psychology (JAP), Organization Science (OS), Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (OBHDP), Strategic Management Journal (SMJ) and Personnel Psychology (PPSYCH). Read more
Each fall, the Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship hosts Colorado’s most prominent business leaders as part of the Best of Colorado Speaker Series. The series included ten organization leaders and creators from a variety of industry backgrounds.
During these sessions, entrepreneurs shared how and why they started their company, the steps they have taken to develop success, and advice on ways to establish both the ideas and footings needed to be a business owner. Read more