What is your role at AEG? I am the Chief Revenue Officer for AEG, one of the world’s leading sports and entertainment companies. Our company builds, owns, and operates more than 600 of the most iconic and popular stadiums, arenas, theatres, and clubs in the world including STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, Dignity Healthy Sports Park in Carson, CA, The O2 in London, the Mercedes-Benz Arenas in both Shanghai and Berlin, the 1st Bank Center in Broomfield, and The Blue Bird and Ogden Theatres in Denver just to name a few. Read more
On May 22, 2018, a serious fire broke out on the roof of Hale Library at Kansas State University. While the fire was eventually extinguished, it resulted in widespread smoke and water damage throughout the building.
“This was a tragic loss to be sure, but it is also an opportunity for re-creation and maybe a re-think,” says Sheila Yeh, Associate Dean for Collections, Discovery and Information Technology Services at Kansas State University Libraries. Read more
It seems we’ve gotten used to handing over our personal information to every app that asks and stopped being surprised when we hear of another data breach in the news. But more and more consumers are worried about the steady rise of personal data collection and the nefarious places it often ends up. How do we as users protect ourselves, and how can companies be accountable when they gather our data? Read more
Next Thursday, Dec. 3, the Business School Alumni Network is hosting a (free!) virtual fireside chat with successful and prominent alum Steve Lucas. Steve will share stories and insights from his 25-plus-year business career in tech and innovation and focus on overcoming obstacles in business and life. Register today and learn more about Steve Lucas below.
Taking risks pays off
“When I was 22, I had decided that I wanted to be the CEO of a billion-dollar software company,” Steve recalls. Read more
The University of Colorado business schools at Denver, Boulder, and Colorado Springs have been working together on an initiative called the CU Diverse Doctorates in Business (DDB) program.
The goal of the program is to increase the diversity of business school professors by encouraging more of our underrepresented undergraduate students and alumni across the CU System to pursue a PhD in a business discipline and ultimately become business school professors. Read more
November 15, 2020
Kelly E. See, PhD, Associate Professor of Management
Jack Kroll has built strong roots at the University of Colorado. From undergraduate to career professional to alumnus to MS graduate to Regent, Jack is one of those people that seems to jump at every opportunity to get involved, take action, and continually strive to improve the lives of everyone around him.
Making the most of undergrad
Jack, a Colorado native, decided to stay close to home at CU Denver and double-majored in Economics and English Literature in 2011. Read more