Esteemed Business School Student Scholarship
The Esteemed Business School Student Scholarship is the most prestigious scholarship offered by the CU Denver Business School. The scholarship is designed to attract the best and brightest graduating high school seniors and bring these talented students to the Business School. High school seniors graduating at the top of their class are highly recruited for this award. Read more
The University of Colorado Denver Business School is launching the Student Sustainability Experiential Learning Program (SSELP) to offer students the opportunity to gain practical experience working with the opportunities and challenges associated with sustainable business as an integral part of the Managing for Sustainability (M4S) curriculum. Students enrolled at the Business School can participate in the SSELP through specialized internships, a Sustainability Field Study Course, and a guest speaker series. Read more
Benjamin Franklin famously said that “in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” The CU Denver Business School now offers the skills and knowledge you need to be successful in a career in this stable industry, with the recent announcement that they will soon be offering a Master’s of Science in Taxation. This will be the first program of its kind at a public university in Colorado, and one of just 15 such programs in the United States. Read more
If you are looking to start a small business — or want to work for one — Denver ranks right up there, according to two reports released Tuesday.
Biz2Credit’s annual analysis of “The Best Small Business Cities in America” ranks Denver as the third-best small-business city in the nation based on annual revenue, age of business, average credit scores and other financial data. Read more
Interfacing with experts directly involved in the evolution of energy in America was a priceless opportunity for Chase Puckett.
“I could write a novel on the many things I learned from this trip,” said Puckett, a student in the Global Energy Management Program. “With my focus being in oil and gas, the questions I was able to ask the American Petroleum Institute had a direct impact on my views regarding my career … I would do the trip again in a heartbeat.”
Puckett was among nine GEM students, along with faculty and staff, who attended a series of high-level energy briefings in Washington, D.C. Read more
Adam Boushie has come a long way since earning his MBA at the CU Denver Business School. University Communications recently had the opportunity to catch up with Boushie, Enterprise Territory Manager at Google, who elaborated on his career, the importance of the CU Denver Professional MBA program to his current job, and his advice to CU Denver Business School students. Read more