Rob Carpenter is an exceptional individual who has used the education he is receiving from the CU Denver Business School to become a very successful entrepreneur.
Rob received his undergraduate degree in Entrepreneurship from Northern Michigan University and will complete his Master’s in Business Administration next summer with an emphasis in Enterprise Technology Management. Read more
The best way to learn about sustainability is working with a real, local company and using classroom theory to improve that company. What if you had the opportunity to present your findings to not just the company owner, but a boardroom full of sustainability professionals?
CU Denver Business School students Oxana Trotsenko, Albert Bryant, and Justin Steck worked with Coda Coffee Company during the Fall 2014 semester as part of their Managing for Sustainability (M4S) specialization. Read more
Students in the 11-Month MBA program participated in a business collaboration over their fall term break in mid-October. Program Alumni and International Business Owner Dan Sigrist worked with the group of five students, who developed international market strategies for one of his clients. The project included tactical and strategic recommendations for a Colombian beverage company to expand into the US and China. Read more
University of Colorado Denver Business School strives to be a global sustainability leader. Thanks to a generous donation from Johns Manville the Business School is expanding it Student Sustainability Experiential Learning Program (SSELP).
Since 2008, CU Denver Business School has enhanced its Managing for Sustainability program year over year. The donation from Johns Manville will increase students’ ability to directly apply their classroom knowledge in real world settings. Read more
The University of Colorado Denver Business School is launching the Student Sustainability Experiential Learning Program (SSELP) to offer students the opportunity to gain practical experience working with the opportunities and challenges associated with sustainable business as an integral part of the Managing for Sustainability (M4S) curriculum. Students enrolled at the Business School can participate in the SSELP through specialized internships, a Sustainability Field Study Course, and a guest speaker series. 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
Students will trade futures contracts in corn, oil and gold in international competition
CU Denver Business School teams are back to test their skills in commodities futures and they’re setting sights on strong finishes in the 2014 CME Group Commodity Trading Challenge.Last year was the first time CU Denver fielded student teams for the Trading Challenge, reflecting the rapid development of the Business School’s J.P.Read more