Professor Traci Sitzmann’s Work Won the 2021 Award for Responsible Research in Management
After four years of research, Traci Sitzmann received the highest honor in academic management research. Her piece “The hidden cost of prayer: Religiosity and the gender wage gap,” published in the Academy of Management Journal, demonstrates how beliefs and practices reinforced by the world’s major religions account for 37% of the gender wage gap. Read more
Design Horizons Program Brings Together Fellows from Across the University
In Summer 2020, many were distracted by the problems related to the COVID-19 pandemic. But a select group of 24 CU Denver students focused their energies on solving business problems through the new Design Horizons Entrepreneurial Fellows Program.
Design Horizons is an immersive program that spans the entire academic year. Read more
Three Business Students honored for their achievements in academics and campus involvement
Every semester, the CU Denver Business School honors undergraduate and graduate students with the Outstanding Student Award. These exceptional students are chosen from across the Business School for their achievements in academic dedication, involvement in the campus community, and for overcoming challenges and adversity. Read more
The CU Denver Business School Master of Financial Economics program is ranked fifth in the nation by The Financial Engineer Times. The program combines the strengths of rigorous financial knowledge and invaluable business practicality from our MS in Finance with the strong quantitative skills and broader economic theories from the MA in Economics.
“Faculty members who teach in this program are top-notch researchers and sought-after experts,” said Dr. Read more
The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Collegiate Program gave students a chance to learn from an expert in white-collar crime and corporate integrity: Eugene Soltes is a professor at Harvard Business School, the author of a best-selling book, and, in the course of his research had regular phone calls with Bernie Madoff. Inspired by watching a late-night crime show, he decided to write letters to white-collar criminals behind bars. Read more
As COVID-19 hit the United States, it brought fear, confusion, and most concerningly, a complete lack of information. We watched as hospitals filled up, with little information on how the new virus worked or how to handle a pandemic. Not one to sit idly by, Dr. Jiban Khuntia, Associate Professor of Information Systems and Health Administration faculty member at the CU Denver Business School, saw this as a chance to make a difference. Read more
Only about half the graduates from the CU Denver Health Administration program end up running hospitals. In his search for new Health Administration Alumni Board members, Rulon Stacey, Director of Graduate Programs in Health Administration, wanted to find alumni who represent the variety of opportunities the program creates.
“Our program develops the best hospital administrators in the world, but that’s only half of the students we have,” said Stacey. Read more