How the coronavirus is affecting health is a concern
when it comes to a local, national, and global scale. However, it extends
beyond that into the economy. Now that the World Health
Organization has officially declared the coronavirus a pandemic,
preparing a governmental financial response to the virus is crucial, especially
to augment for the closing and slowing of consuming and business.
Yosef Bonaparte, PhD, associate professor of finance and director of the J.P.Read more
The Business School Alumni Network (BSAN) recently hosted the Summer Alumni Workshop: Averting (or Addressing)
Burnout, facilitated by Maggie
Graham, Assistant Director of Career and Professional Development for Business Career
The event was a small, casual workshop for alumni over
lunch, and participants were able to take an emotional intelligence (EQ) assessment and leave with knowledge and tools
to protect against professional burnout.
What is EQ and why
should I care?
intelligence (EQ) is your ability to be aware of, understand, and manage your
emotions. Read more
In early May, a group of students gathered at the CU Denver Business School to gain insight on a growing segment of the business world: women. The two-speaker panel served as the inaugural event for Women in Business, a new student club that launched this spring. Between students, speakers and faculty, the conversation explored how confidence and community play pivotal roles in women’s professional development. Read more