Since 2007, the Rocky Mountain Cable Association has
hosted their annual case competition, the Cable Apprentice. This year, the
competition featured student teams from CU Denver, University of Colorado –
Colorado Springs, and the University of Denver.
The winners of the Spring 2020 competition were Jessica Olvera, Vasanth
Rajasekar, and Chantelle Stevenson who
competed as Peak Consulting, the team representing CU Denver Business School.
“Through this experience I have gained a deeper
understanding of the cable industry and the challenges of progress in a
drastically changing business,” said team member Jessica Olvera.
Peak Consulting was one of three teams of three people
who made it to the finals. Read more
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
Lance Holman is the president and CEO of Holman Capital Corporation, a company he started in 2009 with the dream of providing knowledge, ideas, and capital to state and local governments, educational institutions, and health systems in the US. A 1993 graduate of CU Denver, Lance has come a long way, establishing himself in the Finance field and building his company.
Choosing CU Denver
When it came to approaching higher education, Lance chose CU Denver because he knew it was “a great school.” Read more
What drives student Daniel Rivera-Ibarra is quite personal. “I grew up in a lower middle-class family, which inspired my focus in real estate,” Daniel said. “Specifically, I want to help Hispanic families attain their first home, by helping them understand the financial side and guiding them through the complicated process.” What home looks like for Daniel’s family partly explains how he developed a passion for real estate. Read more
Why should you join a club?
clubs and organizations are a great way to get involved on campus. Joining can
connect you with like-minded individuals, people in the same career paths or
programs, and also push you out of your comfort zone. Clubs focus on a variety
of topics: academic, cultural, faith/spiritual, service, professional development,
and more. Read more
One question you may be
asking yourself is, should we be worried? The answer according to Joseph
Murdock, Information Systems Professor here at CU Denver Business School,
is yes. “Prior to computers, if I was going to
manipulate your vote, I would need some type of proximity,” Murdock said. Not
Murdock is currently developing a Master’s program in cybersecurity. Read more
Snowy days are wonderful, and we are fortunate to get so
many of them here in Colorado. Nothing is better than curling up with a warm
cup of coffee and watching the snow fall, except maybe going outside for a
snowball fight. But if you’re on campus and looking for a way to enjoy the snow
between classes or before heading home for the day, consider taking some time
downtown to enjoy our beautiful city in the snow. Read more