On February 25, the CU
Denver Business School’s Information Systems Association (ISA) club held an
exciting business panel event, Women in Tech, in the new Jake Jabs Event
Center. A panel of four successful women who have built their careers around
the tech industry came to speak with Business School students about the keys to
a successful career in technology.
Sharing stories from great careers
The panelists started by
discussing why technology is important and the impact of tech on various
industries and career paths. Read more
On Wednesday, the University of Colorado Denver Business School and the Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship celebrated the grand opening of the new Jake Jabs Event Center, Innovation Suite, and classrooms. Spanning the first three floors of the 1475 Lawrence Street building, these new spaces will help accommodate the growing demand for entrepreneurial and collaborative programming, events, and extracurriculars on the CU Denver campus. Read more
Businesses are experiencing a talent shortage for qualified
risk management professionals, and the CU Denver Business School’s Risk
Management and Insurance Program (RMI) prepares students with the skills these
companies need. During the Fall 2019 semester, the RMI program hosted several
events to connect students with employers for networking, internships, and
full-time jobs. Read more
Students learned about careers in finance, plus managing their own budget, debt and retirement savings
On November 20, the Women in Business student club and Business Student Ambassador Committee hosted an informative and lively event. Financial Literacy from College to Retirement featured guest speakers Dylan Mumm, VP of Business Development at SMA Hub, and Trent Douglass, Senior Sales Associate at SMA Hub and CU Denver Business School student. Read more
Shouldn’t I know what I want to be when I grow up by now?
Not really. But the first step is to stop waiting for your passion to arrive.
Ask anyone to help you figure out what you should do with your life and there’s a good chance they’ll ask, “Well, what’s your passion?” Turns out, most people (8/10) answer the passion question with either “I don’t know” or “Which one should I start with?”
the problem is the question. Read more
As an increasing number of apps ask for more and more of our
data, consumers have grown wary. Gone are the days of the default “public
profile” as more users demand privacy and control over their personal
The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at the CU
Denver Business School hosted a panel event on October 25, 2019 with three
representatives from the Denver office of Strava, a hugely popular fitness tracking app,
to discuss the ethical considerations of wide-scale data collection from
Strava lets users record and share their fitness activities, from walking to hiking to cycling, and then analyzes the data to track just about any performance metric imaginable. Read more
Cyber threats can affect anyone. At the Business Leader with an Edge event, seasoned experts in cybersecurity spoke candidly with students about the threats we’re facing, ways to make a difference, and career opportunities in IT and cybersecurity.
Many leaders in cybersecurity are warning that the next world war will be waged in cyberspace. By 2021, ransomware is predicted to attack a business every 11 seconds, resulting in $20 billion a year in damages. Read more