This spring, the CU Denver Business School launched an innovative course to introduce students to the investment services industry. Taught by Professor Yosef Bonaparte, Ph.D., the course offered a unique opportunity for students to land internships and careers through a partnership with the Colorado Investment Services Coalition (CISC).
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Professor Bonaparte had to quickly adapt the course to remote learning. Read more
Each year, CU Denver recognizes our greatest assets, our remarkable faculty, with the faculty awards. These highlight superior accomplishments in teaching, leadership, service, research, creative activities, and mentorship.
These awards are special because they acknowledge outstanding performance in core university areas and their recipients are chosen and recognized by colleagues and students for their exemplary work.
CU Denver winners are scheduled to be recognized in a luncheon scheduled for October fifth. Read more
Learning in an online environment may be entirely new to some students and normal for others. Luckily for CU Denver Business School students, we have been teaching classes in online formats for more than 20 years. Nearly 50 percent of Business School professors have taught online classes prior to the Spring 2020 semester, and the ones who are new to online teaching have utilized the available resources to quickly adapt their classes to an online learning environment. Read more
The Business School welcomed CU Denver alum and healthcare leader Rulon Stacey as the new director of graduate programs in health administration on January 1, 2020.
Stacey, who has a BS in economics and a masters
in health administration from Brigham Young University, is no stranger to
Colorado. He received his PhD in public administration from CU Denver’s
Graduate School of Public Affairs and served as CEO of Fort Collins’
Poudre Valley Health System, which during his tenure received the
Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award—a recognition
established by Congress to commend U.S. 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
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
Professor Kyle Ehrhardt
Millennials are a massive part of who is responsible for the
shift towards changing workplace dynamics. Their generation grew up alongside the
self-help movement, and that contributed to their belief that work should not
equal drudgery. This push has been backed by studies, like the one held at the University
of California, Berkley. “Happier employees do better on all fronts, from
day-to-day to productivity to career advancement, and this consistently perks
up the bottom like for the organization as a whole.”
Assistant Professor Kyle
Ehrhardt, PhD, who teaches here at the Business School, got interested in the
question of satisfaction after working in “a challenging environment.” Read more