As graduation approaches, two undergraduate and two graduate students were awarded the CU Denver Business School’s Outstanding Student Award. This award is handed out each semester to four students, nominated by professors, for displaying exceptional resilience and drive while earning their degrees. Read more
CU Denver’s Business School Management Department recently ranked 16 out of 150 top-rated business schools in the nation for per-capita research productivity on the TAMUGA management publications list.
The research rankings are updated annually by scholars at Texas A&M University and the University of Georgia and provide a review of the articles published in eight top-tier management research journals including: Academy of Management Journal (AMJ), Academy of Management Review (AMR), Administrative Science Quarterly (ASQ), Journal of Applied Psychology (JAP), Organization Science (OS), Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (OBHDP), Strategic Management Journal (SMJ) and Personnel Psychology (PPSYCH). Read more
Professor Traci Sitzmann’s Work Won the 2021 Award for Responsible Research in Management
After four years of research, Traci Sitzmann received the highest honor in academic management research. Her piece “The hidden cost of prayer: Religiosity and the gender wage gap,” published in the Academy of Management Journal, demonstrates how beliefs and practices reinforced by the world’s major religions account for 37% of the gender wage gap. Read more
A team of four graduate students from the CU Denver Business School took third place at the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative’s ninth annual Collegiate Program Case Competition on Friday, April 16. This is the third time a team from CU Denver has placed in the event, with undergraduate teams winning second place in 2019 and third place in 2016.
The Case Competition exposes college students to a thought-provoking business ethics case and is designed to challenge students’ ethical reasoning, give them tools for ethical decision-making, and raise awareness of the importance of principle-based ethics. 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
We’re looking for inspirational leaders that are committed to ethics and integrity in our community.
These are exceptional times in which we are living and an unwavering commitment to principle-based ethics in business is as important as ever.
We know the Denver area is home to many extraordinary business leaders who share Bill Daniels’ commitment to ethics. Read more