• JPMorgan Chase chief Jamie Dimon speaks at Business School dinner

    May 25, 2011
    Tyghe Boone-Worthman
  • 2010 Become a Business Leader with the Edge

    This year’s fifth-annual “Become a Business Leader with an Edge” event on October 25 broke all previous attendance records, topping out at 303 students. Representing diverse interests and backgrounds, the students arrived at St. Cajetan’s on the Auraria Campus with a single purpose–to hear from area executives about the emerging possibilities in business and information technology (IT).  Read more

    October 31, 2010
    Tyghe Boone-Worthman
  • Hundreds attend Business School’s first annual energy forum

    September 15, 2010
    Rebecca Ward
  • Sherry Lansing was the featured speaker for the 2010 Celebration of Success

    May 22, 2010
    Rebecca Ward
  • Alums Connect!

    The Business School hosted the latest networking event for alumni on March 30 at the Rialto Cafe in downtown Denver.  More than 40 attended,  reconnecting with other alums, sharing stories about their families and their careers, and meeting new peers from the Business School. The networking event marked the transition of  alumni relations from Linda Brooker, Assistant Dean, to Karen Niparko, Director of the Graduate Career Connections™ (GCC) office of the Business School.    Read more

    April 21, 2010
    Rebecca Ward
  • It’s not about business, it’s about life!

    Presented by Kent J. Thiry, DaVita’s Chairman and CEO Kent Thiry, Chairman and CEO of DaVita, spoke at the Business School’s inaugural CEO Briefing about DaVita’s remarkable turnaround from a nearly bankrupt provider of dialysis services to its position today as a $6 billion leader in kidney care. When Thiry joined DaVita in 1999, the company was under investigation by the SEC.  Read more

    February 22, 2010
    Rebecca Ward
  • Alumni Profile: Justin Perkins, 11-Month MBA ’03

    Nuts for Business: 11-month MBA Grad Wins Bard Center Entrepreneurship Award

    If every business owner had the same drive for social responsibility as Olomomo Nut Company founder Justin Perkins, the world would be a better place. A native of Boulder, Perkins started his business in an effort to provide a healthy alternative to snacks currently found in places like coffee shops.  Read more

    January 1, 2010
    Tyghe Boone-Worthman