“Congratulations to all of our graduates, you did it. You’re here because of all your dedication and hard work,” said Mason Kolbe, MS ‘19, in his opening remarks for a celebration of the CU Denver Business School’s Fall 2023 graduates. College is a journey that often imposes challenges, both inside and outside the classroom. The business school prides itself on having students who rise to the occasion, using their dedication and hard work to overcome these challenges and become more empowered as a result. Read more
December 22, 2023
Julia Mulligan, Inuoluwadunsimi Femi-Kayode, and Molly Larson
The Second World War caused a dramatic shift in the role of women in the workforce. The war necessitated women leaving the house and filling the positions previously assumed by men, opening the door to careers previously considered “men’s work.” In the postwar era, women comprised 35% of the workforce, a dramatic jump from the prewar 20%. Today, the labor force participation rate for women is 57%. Read more
Graduating from college or university is a major accomplishment. In an effort to recognize and praise graduates for their time, energy, and dedication throughout their journey, the CU Denver Business School held a small graduation celebration on Friday, December 16, 2022, in the Jake Jabs Event Center.
Dean Scott Dawson congratulating Fall 2022 Graduates
Dean Scott Dawson opened the event and warmly congratulated graduates and reminded the crowd, “this doesn’t have to be the end of your involvement with the Business School.” Read more