Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs Roderick Nairn has announced the 2017 Faculty Excellence Awards in the following letter to faculty.
As the spring semester winds down, I have the pleasure of taking a moment to announce our faculty award winners. This annual tradition is our chance to stop and recognize the excellent work that goes on at our university every day in the areas of teaching, research and creative activities as well as service, mentorship and librarianship. Read more
On April 14, Chancellor Dorothy Horrell presented the University of Colorado Staff Council 2017 Service Excellence Award to Connie Amen, assistant dean of the Business School.
The Service Excellence Award is given annually to recognize and reward staff members who have provided outstanding and sustained volunteer service to their campus, community/civic/professional organizations, and the university as a whole through active involvement in staff events, community engagement opportunities, committee work, social advocacy projects and diversity initiatives. Read more
In the 21st century, the push toward digitizing information exploded, except for in one major industry: health-care. Featured in a recent Wall Street Journal piece on electronic medical records, Assistant Professor of Information Systems, Dr. Jiban Khuntia, explained why the shift took so long, and what finally led to it.
When you walk into a doctor’s office, you oftentimes expect fast answers. Read more
CU Denver Professor Jian Yang, Director of the university’s Finance and Risk Management program, was recently featured in the most prominent national English newspaper in China, China Daily.
At the annual Global Investment Conference held in New York earlier this month, scholars, company executives, and investors gathered to exchange their views on a plethora of topics pertaining to global investment trends and challenges in China. Read more
Dr. Jian Yang, Professor of Finance and Director of CU Denver’s Finance Program, recently completed a month-long visiting fellowship at the research bureau of the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) located in Beijing.
Dr. Jian Yang
Each year, the PBOC, one of the world’s largest central banks, seeks highly qualified scholars from foreign central banks, international organizations (such as the International Monetary Fund and Bank for International Settlements), think tanks, and universities to conduct research regarding financial policy and regulation in China. Read more