The business world is charting unseen territory. With the future business landscape likely altered forever, your ability to be adaptable, efficient, creative, and level-headed will be more valuable than ever.
Alums Josh Churlik, Susan Heinzeroth, and David Heisler presenting the webinar.
The Business School Alumni Network (BSAN) hosted an online webinar to share expert alumni advice on the skills they developed after graduation that helped them succeed in life and business. Read more
Mason with family after graduation
What is your current position and what led you here?
I am currently a Business Intelligence Analyst at DaVita. Inc. I analyze metrics on how physicians interact with electronic health records.
My career really started working in a hospital. As odd as it may sound, I really like the atmosphere of working in a hospital because everyone has one mission, and it is to make someone else’s life better. Read more
During a recession, it’s natural to consider going back to school. Maybe you’ve been laid off, furloughed, or you’re working reduced hours. Maybe you’re worried about your company’s long-term viability, or your professional capacity to adapt to the shifting job market. For these reasons and many more, now might be the right time for you to earn a business degree.
Going back to school during an economic downturn is a popular choice. Read more
Kamiya Willoughby is a current CU Denver Business School student majoring in Business Administration with an emphasis in Entrepreneurship. She built a strong catering business, SoulNia, while utilizing her networks that were established at the Business School and the Commons on Champa. Inspired by her grandmother and father, Kamiya strives to carry on her family legacy.
Inspirations from Her Family
In 2007, the idea of creating generational wealth and a family legacy was born when Kamiya’s grandmother passed away. Read more
You may or may not have heard of the Dean’s Student Advisory Council, a unique group of students who help enact change at the Business School. Learn more about the council, what they do, and why they are so important. Even better, find out how you can get involved.
What is the Student Advisory Council?
This council is made up of ten to fifteen students, both undergraduate and graduate, who meet periodically with the Dean of the Business School. Read more
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