CU Denver Business School finance professor Jian Yang is one of 11 experts who has been invited to the brainstorming meeting to prepare for the 2014 World Economic Forum summer Davos meeting — or the Annual Meeting of the New Champions.
The meeting is a summer session, continuing work from the 2014 World Economic Forum winter Davos meeting, which was held Jan. 22-25, 2014, and will be in Tianji City, China in September. Read more
DENVER – The Wall Street Journal recently quoted University of Colorado Denver faculty member Jahangir Karimi for an article discussing small business’ use of cloud computing, and some of the problems they may face. Dr. Karimi is a Professor and the Director of Information Systems Programs at the CU Denver Business School. The article discussed the fact that while using the cloud can help small business become more lean and efficient in many ways, it can also cause some unintended and unplanned-for issues. Read more
Cindy Baroway, CPCU, M.Ed., AIC, was elected as the 2013-14 president and chair of the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter Society leadership council at the CPCU Society Annual Meeting on Oct. 27 in New Orleans. Baroway is a lecturer in the Risk Management and Insurance (RMI) program in the University of Colorado Denver Business School.
The CPCU Society provides resources, educational programs and leadership opportunities for its 23,000 members in the property and casualty insurance industry. Read more
DENVER – The Global Energy Management (GEM) program at the University of Colorado Denver Business School has a new leader. Jim Marchiori, the new Executive Director of GEM, has more than three decades of experience working in the energy industry, and played an active role in the program as a former member of the GEM Advisory Council. He has served as interim executive director for the past three months. Read more
Passion for sports, organizational research has led to winning business program
The sports and entertainment industry generated about $1.75 trillion globally in 2012, and as revenues continue to increase, the business model becomes more complex. Marketing, management and finance, in particular, demand more technical knowledge, skills and industry expertise from prospective employees than before. Read more
DENVER – Dr. Michael Mannino, Associate Professor of Information Systems and Co-Director of the CSIS PhD Program at the University of Colorado Denver Business School has recently won a prestigious IBM Faculty Award. The IBM Faculty Awards is a competitive worldwide program intended to 1) foster collaboration between researchers at leading universities worldwide and those in IBM research, development, and services organizations and 2) promote courseware and curriculum innovation to stimulate growth in disciplines and geographies that are strategic to IBM. Read more