For Anna Luiza, the decision of where to attend college was easy. A Brazilian native, Luiza first arrived in Denver during high school through an exchange program. She fell in love with the city and began planning her return shortly after leaving several years ago. Now pursuing a bachelor’s degree in business administration majoring in both financial management and accounting, Luiza recently sat down with the Office of International Affairs to elaborate on why CU Denver was the obvious choice for her. Read more
“Be your authentic self,” stated Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz on the morning of Wednesday, May, 20. Schwab-Pomerantz joined the University of Colorado Denver Business School at the CU South Denver Liniger Building for a breakfast conversation. With over 100 students, community members and business partners in attendance, Schwab-Pomerantz spoke about her recent book, The Charles Schwab Guide to Finances After Fifty: Answers to Your Most Important Money Questions; financial literacy for youth, and coming into her role as a woman in leadership. Read more
Over 165 graduate and undergraduate students gathered from across the University of Colorado Denver and Anschutz Medical Campuses to compete at this year’s annual Research and Creative Activities Symposium. The Symposium showcases the research, creative and entrepreneurial activities of students on the Denver Campus and Anschutz Medical Campus.
One student making waves at this year’s symposium was Zach Kloska, a junior obtaining his degree in accounting and financial management. Read more
In Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz’s column, Ask Carrie, she noted that “The financial world continues to change and challenge us all.” That’s why on May 20, 2015, Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz will be visiting the University of Colorado Denver Business School at the Liniger Building in South Denver to discuss the – ever changing – financial world. Read more
Firms partner with CU Denver Business School to develop talented workforce of future
DENVER—The CU Denver Business School is partnering with six leading financial services companies and the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation (MDEDC) to develop talented workers for the fast-growing financial services sector.
The innovative class, an introduction to financial services, will launch this summer and is open to business students as well as non-business majors who are interested in learning more about the field. Read more
Want hands-on trading and portfolio management experience? Gavan Duemke’s Trading in Commodities and Financial Markets will give students real-world experience in portfolio management. Through utilizing the latest academic theories and becoming familiar with industry-standard software including Bloomberg and CQG, students will be prepared for careers in asset management, investment advisory, and other related financial market positions. Read more
What is the best way to recruit independent financial advisors to a network of firms? This was the question students contemplated for the three-week Maymester course Special Topics in Management: Strategy Consulting. The course offered students deep insight and input into a major national financial services firm, Jackson National Life Insurance. From May 19 to June 5, the graduate students worked with Jackson representative Phil Wright for direct experiential learning. Read more