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Authentic NY bagels in Denver? They’re here, thanks to Josh Pollack and lessons he learned through CU Denver Business School
DENVER—It’s mid-morning on a Friday and you stroll in for a bagel and a chat with Denver’s newest bagel-shop proprietor. You find a spot in line—pretty far back, since the line stretches to the back door. Read more
Sarah Knight is an adjunct professor teaching in the Graduate Tax Program. She has over 20 years of experience providing tax consulting, compliance and litigation support services to closely held businesses, individuals and non‐profits. In the past, she has taught a courses at the Business School on advanced tax topics, including tax issues relating to choice of entity, individual retirement accounts, vacation homes, and executive compensation. Read more
Learn With Purpose: In my own words
For me, learning with purpose means to never sell yourself short.
In our culture, it’s as if getting an undergrad degree is simply what is expected, even when we don’t know what we want to do. I think that leads to a lot of settling for what you have, rather than aspiring for what you want. Everyone deserves the chance to be their best selves, and the CU Denver Business School delivers the opportunities to do just that. Read more
The best way to learn about sustainability is working with a real, local company and using classroom theory to improve that company. What if you had the opportunity to present your findings to not just the company owner, but a boardroom full of sustainability professionals?
CU Denver Business School students Oxana Trotsenko, Albert Bryant, and Justin Steck worked with Coda Coffee Company during the Fall 2014 semester as part of their Managing for Sustainability (M4S) specialization. Read more
Studies show that physical inactivity can lead to an increased risk of cancers, insulin resistance, heart problems and cognitive decline. Where you live can be a large factor in determining how sedentary your lifestyle is as well as your exercise options.
According to Dr. Jeffrey Hallam of the University of Mississippi Center for Health Behavior Research, “In Portland, Oregon, many people bicycle or walk everywhere, and there is a social expectation that others should bike or walk,” he said. Read more
DENVER — Denver and Los Angeles are the happiest cities in the nation — at least based on local Twitter traffic.“Social intelligence” company Brandwatch used social media data and analytics to create the Twitter Happiness Report, which tracked how Twitter users express emotions online.The study broke out the results by gender, life category, and conversation over time.Read more
The results are in and the announcements have gone out. The Global Association of Risk Professionals Partnership for Risk Education chose University of Colorado Denver Business School student Caroline Nguyen as one of five students awarded the Fall 2014 GARP Research Fellowship.
“It was unbelievable to me,” Nguyen said. “I never thought I could win, since I knew it was very competitive.” Read more