Grecia Portillo is wrapping up an exciting year as CU Denver’s student body president.As she prepares for graduation this weekend, during which she will share the excitement via CU Denver social media channels (see sidebar below), CU Denver Today sat down with her to see how she was feeling about the occasion and her plans for the future.
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The next generation of business leaders is off to make their impact on the world. Over 400 students graduated this past weekend with their bachelor’s, master’s, or doctorate degrees from the CU Denver Business School.
Every year the Business School recognizes two graduate and two undergraduate students for going above and beyond for their contribution as students. Read more
Last Thursday, the third floor of the Tivoli Student Union was packed with students from all across the Rocky Mountain region. Over 400 students from Metro State University, CU Colorado Springs, University of Denver, Colorado Christian University, and CU Denver attended the International Business & U student conference put on by the World Trade Center Denver. Read more
“If I learned anything in life, it’s that being intentional is important,” Kim Chaumillon, Director of Global Talent Management at Trimble Inc. shared in her seminar at the International Business & U student conference.
Hosted by the World Trade Center Denver, the conference brought over 400 students together across the Rocky Mountain region to showcase different types of international careers. Read more
With the rapid advancement of artificial intelligence (AI) in today’s society, Sai Gundavelli, Founder and CEO of Solix Technologies, said, “It is time to partner with machines and build the future.” Gundavelli was invited by the CU Denver Institute for International Business (IIB) to speak to current graduate and undergraduate students.
Solix Technologies pioneered the concept of enterprise data management, providing the first worldwide infrastructure platform to manage data across all segments. Read more
Since 2014, the “Walk in U.S., Talk on Japan” program has taken place around the United States, highlighting Japan’s commitment to building stronger relationships between the two countries. On December 1, 2017, a Japanese delegation walked in the U.S., more specifically at the University of Colorado Denver, and talked on Japan. Every year, teams of Japanese citizens led by former, high-ranking Japanese diplomats, travel to the U.S. Read more