The J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities (JPMCC) staff organized the 5th annual international symposium on Aug. 15 and Aug. 16, 2022. The 5th symposium hosted attendees joining in Denver, CO, and over Zoom around the world using a hybrid format.
Retaining the collaborative core strength between academics, policy researchers, and practitioners, the symposium offered five academic sessions (including a virtual poster session) representing presenters and discussants from 12 countries and two industry panels. Read more
CU Denver’s Business School Management Department recently ranked 16 out of 150 top-rated business schools in the nation for per-capita research productivity on the TAMUGA management publications list.
The research rankings are updated annually by scholars at Texas A&M University and the University of Georgia and provide a review of the articles published in eight top-tier management research journals including: Academy of Management Journal (AMJ), Academy of Management Review (AMR), Administrative Science Quarterly (ASQ), Journal of Applied Psychology (JAP), Organization Science (OS), Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (OBHDP), Strategic Management Journal (SMJ) and Personnel Psychology (PPSYCH). Read more
The J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities organized the 4th annual international symposium virtually August 16 – August 17, 2021 and hosted over 500 participants from 24 countries.
As in the past, the 2021 symposium continued its core strength on the interactions among academics, policy researchers and practitioners.
Continuing its mission to bridge commodity academics and business practitioners, the symposium included five academic sessions and two industry panels, presenting academic and applied research from top universities including Yale, Oxford, and others. Read more
Each year, CU Denver recognizes our greatest assets, our remarkable faculty, with the faculty awards. These highlight superior accomplishments in teaching, leadership, service, research, creative activities, and mentorship.
These awards are special because they acknowledge outstanding performance in core university areas and their recipients are chosen and recognized by colleagues and students for their exemplary work. Read more
Professor Kyle Ehrhardt
Millennials are a massive part of who is responsible for the
shift towards changing workplace dynamics. Their generation grew up alongside the
self-help movement, and that contributed to their belief that work should not
equal drudgery. This push has been backed by studies, like the one held at the University
of California, Berkley. “Happier employees do better on all fronts, from
day-to-day to productivity to career advancement, and this consistently perks
up the bottom like for the organization as a whole.” Read more
John Bryd found his love of sustainability and the planet
through his time outdoors before he started his academic career. He spent time
backpacking, climbing, mountaineering, and rafting. “Most people who spend a
lot of time in the wilderness become concerned about protection and preservation,”
Twelve years ago, Bryd taught the first course in what would become our Managing for Sustainability Program. Read more
China has the world’s second largest stock market, the third largest bond market, and the largest commodity futures market in the world. It is also the largest consumer of major commodities in the world. So, it was no surprise China hosted one of the few prominent global industry conferences on derivatives.
On December 1, 2017, over 180 experts and industry professionals by invitation only gathered in China for the 3rd Derivatives Academic Forum to tackle current issues facing this industry. Read more