On April 27, more than 100 attendees gathered in the CU Denver Business School’s Jake Jabs Event Center for the 22nd year of THE CLIMB | Jake Jabs Startup Pitch Competition. The evening event featured live pitch presentations, a distinguished panel of judges, Jake Jabs returning as the keynote speaker, and networking for Colorado’s entrepreneurial community. As the competition’s grand finale, it celebrated the hard work of student teams from across the state that have been developing and validating their ideas since February. Read more
Think of several successful entrepreneurs you admire. Chances are that most of those brilliant figures did not complete a college degree, at least not in entrepreneurship. It is often said, rightfully, that entrepreneurship is one of those things that is best learned in practice. Albert Einstein even stated that “in theory, theory and practice are the same. In practice, they are not.” Read more
Since its inception in November 2022, ChatGPT is rapidly becoming an integral part of people’s lives. Thanks to its dialogue format, the generative pre-trained transformer can help write texts, codes, budget, and so on. With this many capabilities and the rapidity with which it is disrupting industries, this technological advancement is both daunting and exciting, particularly in academia. Read more
On May 7, 2019, Colorado suffered its 15th mass shooting that year (STEM School Highlands Ranch). Kaitlyn Hunter, BSBA ‘22, was among the witnesses of this tragic event. Like many other victims of gun violence, this event drastically changed the course of her life.
“I didn’t have a voice before. After this horrible event, people were willing to listen to me.”
The University of Colorado Denver Business School announced today that two of its industry-driven premier offerings, the J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities and the Global Energy Management Program, have merged to create the J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities and Energy Management.
Both entities are long-standing leaders in the field of commodities and energy education. Read more