Dr. Sue Keaveney’s Managing for Sustainability marketing course, “Marketing and Global Sustainability” at the CU Denver Business School, received honorable mention for the Dr. Alfred N. and Lynn Manos Page Prize for Sustainability Issues in Business Curricula award.
The award results from an international competition hosted by the Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina. Read more
“Serving as a journal editor is a very significant academic distinction. To be named the editor of one of the premier journals in a major field is even more significant,” said Kenneth Bettenhausen, Director of MS Management at the CU Denver Business School.
Wayne Cascio, Distinguished University Professor and Reynolds Chair in Global Leadership, is one of the most notable professors at CU Denver and can now add another distinction to his résumé, as Cascio was recently appointed as editor for International Human Resource Management for the Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS). Read more
Recommendations can be an important factor when it comes to looking for a job, applying for graduate school, or looking for a scholarship. Making sure that others can attest to your knowledge, skills, and attitude will not only help your credibility, but will ensure the interested parties that you are a candidate worthy of what you are looking for.
Recommendations often help solidify the type of person that you are and whether or not you would fit in the culture of the team or the organization. Read more
Everyone wants to spend their money wisely, and that includes college students and their parents. Schools are facing increased pressure to show they are not only preparing students for careers, but making sure they start these careers soon.
High placement rates and other statistics can help schools compete. The U.S. Department of Education recently launched the College Scorecard (www.collegescorecard.ed.gov/), an online resource that lists U.S. Read more
The University of Colorado Denver Business School is pleased to announce the winners of the Laube Community Impact Awards. The award is designed to build connections between the Business School and the greater business community by recognizing Business School faculty and staff who have engaged in activities that promote visibility and the reputation of the Business School within the business community. Read more
Global stock markets have been in a tailspin this week. And the sinking price of oil received at least some of the blame.
Just this week, the cost of a barrel of crude reached a 12-year-low of US $27 (RM118.33), down from more than US $100 a little more than year ago. And that may not be the end of it, according to some in the industry.
Plummeting oil prices have raised fears of a worldwide recession, even though countries are still reporting growth in jobs and income. Read more
The recent drop in oil costs are benefiting the consumer now, but will eventually cost others jobs, including right here at home.
In December of 2014 oil was trading at $107 a barrel. Today it hovers around $30. As a result of that free-fall, the value of Colorado’s oil production dropped by more than 34 percent, hitting $5.4 billion last year, down from $8.2 billion in 2014. Read more