“Every single student we worked with was so professional, hardworking, and delivered on their commitments. They truly exceeded what we had asked for at every turn,” says Harrison Rosenfield, co-founder of PonyPal . “As we continue to grow, we hope to continue to work with these talented students!”
Dr. Lan Liang has been collaborating with local business partners to provide graduate students with real-world experiences through her Digital Marketing course. Read more
Congratulations to Sarah Engel, associate director of operations for the Business School’s Jake Jabs Center, who will be honored as a 40 Under 40 recipient by the Denver Business Journal this spring!
Every year, the DBJ recognizes 40 local professionals for their business acumen and community involvement. Engel’s exemplarily service, grit, and collaboration led to her selection. Read more
“I really love the idea of knowing, learning, and being amongst the generations that are coming after me,” says Susan Heinzeroth, founder and CEO of SageRiver Consulting. “I want to help students understand the leadership challenges that they’re going to face and influence a way of thinking about addressing those challenges.” Susan Heinzeroth, also a CU Denver Alumni, has come full circle, she provides a unique experience for the next generation of MBA students. Read more
Students enrolled in the First-Year Experience course, Leadership in Business and in Life, were joined during class by none other than CU Denver Business School Dean Scott Dawson. Dean Dawson offered leadership insights and advice on how to get the most out of their experience at CU Denver.
“Dean Dawson is so incredible,” said first-year student Rohan Nipunge, who was in the class Dawson visited. Read more
Whether it’s your first semester at the CU Denver Business School or your last, advisors are here to help you navigate your academic career. They do more than just set up your class schedule, they find solutions to problems and find ways to save you time, money, and stress.
“I enjoy the ability to build a relationship with students from start to finish of their time in the Business School. Read more
For many years, corporate sustainability meant reducing a carbon footprint or switching to green packaging. However, the COVID-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement has forced businesses to reassess their practices and beliefs—both environmentally and socially. John Bryd, CU Denver Business School instructor, has made it his goal to help broaden students’ definition of sustainability. Read more
Woody Eckard has always held a certain fascination with college athletics. As an economics professor at the Business School, Dr. Eckard has conducted several studies on the NCAA throughout his career, the first being published in 1998. He enjoys sports and has always wanted to examine the economics of college sports to help solve the issues the athletes, teams, and leagues are facing. Read more