The Business School Alumni Network (BSAN) recently hosted the Summer Alumni Workshop: Averting (or Addressing)
Burnout, facilitated by Maggie
Graham, Assistant Director of Career and Professional Development for Business Career
The event was a small, casual workshop for alumni over
lunch, and participants were able to take an emotional intelligence (EQ) assessment and leave with knowledge and tools
to protect against professional burnout. Read more
On July 3, 2019, Dr. Jian Yang represented the CU Denver Business School’s J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities on a global stage. In Shanghai, China, the J.P. Morgan Center, Tongji University and the World Bank co-hosted the first-ever International Conference on Derivatives Market and Risk Management. It attracted more than 200 participants, including industry professionals and academic scholars, and generated a dozen news stories in both English and Chinese. Read more
The University of Colorado Denver Business School is calling for nominations for the 5th annual Bill Daniels Ethical Leader of the Year award. The award recognizes local leaders that demonstrate exceptional integrity and ethics in business.
The recipient will be recognized at the State of Small Business event on Tuesday, October 29, 2019 at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. Read more
We’re looking for inspirational leaders that are committed to ethics and integrity in our community.
We know the Denver area is home to many accomplished business leaders who share Bill Daniels’ commitment to ethics. Please help identify and recognize these inspirational leaders by nominating someone you know for the 2019 Bill Daniels Ethical Leader of the Year award. Read more
The story of Theranos has dominated headlines for years now. From the initial excitement of a revolutionary biotech startup, to the sudden suspicions and accusations, to the jaw-dropping exposure of a multibillion-dollar fraud, the journey of Theranos has been nothing if not captivating.
Theranos promised to deliver a groundbreaking blood testing technology that could revolutionize health care, and it was led by a young, charismatic, Silicon Valley sensation named Elizabeth Holmes, who turned out to be nothing but a fraud, fooling the media, the public, and stealing millions from savvy investors. Read more
In early May, a group of students gathered at the CU Denver Business School to gain insight on a growing segment of the business world: women. The two-speaker panel served as the inaugural event for Women in Business, a new student club that launched this spring. Between students, speakers and faculty, the conversation explored how confidence and community play pivotal roles in women’s professional development. Read more