• CU Denver Business School Hosts Foreign Leaders

    Mozambique’s First Lady tours CU campuses DENVER – Today the CU Denver Business School, as well as the Anschutz Medical Campus – University Hospital, hosted the First Lady of Mozambique, Her Excellency Maria da Luz Dai Guebuza, for a tour of several facilities. The group and First Lady are visiting a variety of locations throughout the Denver area as part of an overall effort to meet and learn from business leaders here to enhance their own understanding of American business.  Read more

    October 11, 2012
    Rebecca Ward
  • $300,000 gift to CU Denver Business School program will help develop risk management and insurance workforce

    DENVER—The Surplus Lines Association of Colorado has committed $300,000 to the Risk Management and Insurance (RMI) program at University of Colorado Denver Business School. The gift will endow a scholarship fund and underwrite an international Risk Management and Insurance travel course that will help the program develop students who will graduate prepared to join the insurance industry workforce.  Read more

    October 4, 2012
    Tyghe Boone-Worthman
  • Simio Donates $150k in software to CU Denver


    Demonstration of Simio Software Simio LLC, the maker of Simio simulation software recently donated approximately $150,000 worth of software to the University of Colorado Denver Business School. The grant from Simio provides the CU Denver Business School with 15 copies of the company’s signature software. Dr. Gary Kochenberger, a professor in the Decision Sciences program at the CU Denver Business School was instrumental in working with Simio to procure the donation of their signature software.  Read more

    August 20, 2012
    Tyghe Boone-Worthman
  • Students Get Hands-On Education in Global Sports and Entertainment Management in London


    University of Colorado Denver Business School students recently had the opportunity to travel to London to learn more about the global sports and entertainment management industry by experiencing it directly, through the school’s London Calling course. Part of CU Denver Business School’s Sports and Entertainment Management program, the London Calling curriculum is based upon experiential learning, allowing students to be exposed to new ideas and practices in the industry.  Read more

    August 7, 2012
    Tyghe Boone-Worthman
  • GEM Takes the Classroom on the Road

    Students and Alumni of the Global Energy Management (GEM) Program at the University of Colorado recently had the opportunity to tour an Ensign Energy oil rig in Hudson, Colorado. The tour was the inaugural event of the “GEM Energy Site Tour Series.” This new program is an extension of the GEM Speaker Series, and it will include quarterly visits to various energy sites around Colorado.  Read more

    July 30, 2012
    Tyghe Boone-Worthman
  • Sixth-Graders Learn About Sustainable Business

    The University of Colorado Denver Business School recently gave sixth grade students from Cole Middle School the opportunity to learn about building sustainable business. As part of a partnership between the University of Colorado Denver and Cole Middle School, of Denver Public Schools, sixth grade students visited the Auraria campus to explore the broad issue of sustainability—including learning about hydrogen-fuel-cell-powered cars, hydrophonics and the positive impact a sustainable culture can have on an organization’s bottom line.  Read more

    July 26, 2012
    Tyghe Boone-Worthman
  • Exclusive Pictures of the New Business School

    The Grand Opening of the new University of Colorado Business School Building is coming up soon, but you don’t have to wait to get a sneak peek at some of the new spaces in the building. The first two floors of the building are currently open to students but these pictures are from areas that are not yet accessible. Here is your chance to get a look at the progress that is being made on the new home of the Business School.  Read more

    July 19, 2012
    Tyghe Boone-Worthman