On September 7, members of the Denver business community gathered to welcome Dean Rohan Christie-David to the CU Denver Business School. Reception guests, consisting of elected officials, CU Denver leadership, Board of Advisor members and business executives, listened eagerly as Chancellor Dorothy Horrell detailed Dean Christie-David’s impressive background and dynamic leadership style. Read more
The Business School was well represented at CU Denver’s fifth annual Block Party held on August 25th. Faculty, staff, alumni and community members came together to welcome students back for the Fall 2016 semester. The Business School booth featured prizes, photos and a chance to become your favorite entrepreneur.
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Firm that turns algae into ink takes top prize at Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship Business Plan Competition
DENVER—Inspiration can strike in odd, even mundane, places. For biologist-turned-entrepreneur Scott Fulbright, it was in the greeting card aisle.
“I was getting a card for my grandmother,” he said. “I thought, ‘We could actually use algae as ink.’ A month later we had algae growing in Steve’s bedroom.”
At the time, Fulbright and Steve Albers were both doctoral students in cell and molecular biology at Colorado State University. Read more
Free Undergraduate Summer Business Course Elective
Open to All Majors
This 8-week course will be offered summer 2015, June 8, 2015 until August 1, 2015 on Tuesday afternoons from 12:30 to 2:30 pm. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about career opportunities in the investment services field.
A Booming Industry
Did you know that Investment services companies offer median starting salaries that are nearly $40K? Read more
Firms partner with CU Denver Business School to develop talented workforce of future
DENVER—The CU Denver Business School is partnering with six leading financial services companies and the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation (MDEDC) to develop talented workers for the fast-growing financial services sector.
The innovative class, an introduction to financial services, will launch this summer and is open to business students as well as non-business majors who are interested in learning more about the field. Read more
CU Denver Business School marketing class helps KOTA Longboards refine demographics, brand
DENVER—CU Denver Business School students supplied “heart and soul” to a marketing project that is pushing an innovative local longboard company—named after World War I fighter pilots—to greater heights in the action-sports sector.
The fast rise of KOTA Longboards LLC and its visionary founder, Mike Maloney, a former U.S. Read more