Two exemplary University of Colorado Denver Business School alumnae earned spots in The Denver Business Journal’s 20th edition of its annual “Outstanding Women in Business” awards, recognizing women for their innovation, entrepreneurship, professional accomplishments, and community leadership.
Kelly Brough: Winner, Education, Government and Nonprofits category
Kelly Brough, Professional MBA ’89, President and CEO of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, took home top honors in the Education, Government and Nonprofits category. Read more
Denver is home to many exceptional business leaders who show a deep commitment to ethics. Honor an inspirational leader by nominating someone you know today! Nominations open now until August 1. Read more
Business School students Patrick Thom, Lesley Dominguez, Madison Kachel, and Aidan Lunde created the short film titled #MeToo, earning first prize in the NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) 2018 Ethics in Action Video Competition and 1,000 dollars.
A video competition showcasing ethics
The annual competition seeks creative video entries showcasing examples of ethical behavior in the business world. Read more
U.S. News & World Report posted their annual rankings for 2019 Best Part-Time MBA Programs and the CU Denver Business School’s part-time MBA program placed among the top. With an increased ranking, the CU Denver Professional MBA program strengthens a position as one of Colorado’s best part-time MBA programs.
The program ranked second overall in Colorado, better than the University of Denver; Colorado State University; University of Colorado, Colorado Springs; and the University of Northern Colorado. Read more
“Consistent and persistent efforts to connect students with career perspectives” is the reason why CU Denver Information Systems Association (ISA) has continually won a national award according to faculty advisor, Jiban Khuntia, PhD, assistant professor of Information Systems. Connecting students with IT professionals in the Denver metro area is the heartbeat of the ISA student chapter. Read more
U.S. News & World Report posted their annual rankings for top universities, and the Business School’s undergraduate program was ranked 58th among public universities and 91st overall among national universities. This is an improvement from last year’s 94th ranking overall among national universities.
The report’s rankings are based on measures of academic peer assessment, graduation and retention rates, faculty resources, student selectivity, financial resources, alumni giving, and commitment to groundbreaking research. Read more