Charlotte Bockstahler, a CU Denver Business School alum and accomplished leader in the sports and entertainment industry, knew early on she had found the right career field. Charlotte started her career in sports while she was an undergraduate student at University of Colorado – Boulder. She got an internship in corporate sales at the Pepsi Center, where she worked for the Avalanche, the Nuggets, and the Mammoth. Read more
When Ryan Pocius enrolled in the Global Energy Management Program at the CU Denver Business School, he focused on a future in oil and gas finance. It was 2010, and oil prices were trending toward $100 a barrel; so, who could blame him?
For the next 18 months, Ryan was immersed in the business of energy. His learning would include all energy sectors and encompass the regulations, global economics, technology, and geopolitics that affect how companies operate. Read more
One of the most common questions that prospective graduate students have for our team is how to choose between a Master in Business Administration (MBA) degree and a Master of Science (MS) program. Our Enrollment team is here to help! The most important consideration when deciding to pursue either option: which one is the best degree to advance your career goals?
“For candidates who are exploring both the MBA and MS options, I tell them to think of them as being opposites of each other.
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. Read more
Impression management isn’t exclusive to the modern-day. At its root, the theory is fairly simple; people and organizations attempt to influence the perceptions of others in order to become more likable. But impression management doesn’t exist in a vacuum. What happens when competitors get involved? What happens when a company says, “We want people to like us, but more importantly, we want people to dislike our competition?”
In their recently published article, researchers Benjamin Cole and David Chandler investigate impression management theory in a new historical context: the battle for dominance between Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse in the late 1800s electricity industry. Read more
The Business School Alumni Network (BSAN) chatted with MBA alum Allison Wozniak about her career path, graduate school days at CU Denver Business School, and her advice for students.
What made you want to pursue an MBA from CU Denver Business School?
I chose CU Denver Business School firstly because it was close to home. Secondly, I had fallen in love with the business side of what I was doing in my job at the time and knew I would gain more from my work with additional knowledge. Read more