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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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
As the sun rises on my first day on a study abroad trip in Dubai, I’m able to get a view of my surroundings for the first time. I immediately take notice of two large cranes just a stone’s throw away from my window. For a short time, I watched the construction workers toil about in an amazingly efficient fashion.
I decided to pay a quick visit to the local market shop to purchase some essentials for the days to come. Read more
Not all students decide to pursue internships for the sole purpose of gaining industry experience. Sarah Ault, a dual MBA/MS International Business candidate, recently secured an internship at Ball Corporation, where she will work as a Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) intern, exploring and expanding upon her passion to foster deeper community relationships.
Throughout her time at CU Denver, Ault has worked closely with the Business Career Connections (BCC) office. Read more
“Once a year, go someplace you’ve never been before.” – Dalai Lama
In the past month, CU Denver Business School students have been around the world. Students traveled to the UK, Ireland, and China in order to take their learning abroad during this year’s Maymester trips. Students engaged in applied learning, site visits to companies, and to take in the sights and cultural experiences. Read more
“Many small people, who in many small places do many small things, can alter the face of the world.” So reads an inscription on one of the remaining panels of the Berlin Wall, a barrier between East and West Berlin that stood for nearly three decades and became a symbol of a divided world. When the wall fell, so too did barriers to the flow of capital, goods, and people. Read more
The Business School solidified its position as a leading international business program in Colorado and the United States with the re-designation of CU Denver’s Institute for International Business as a Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER).
With this designation and a $1.1 million award over four years, CU Denver becomes one of only 17 CIBERs in the United States. Read more