CU Denver Management Assistant Professor Dr. Kyle Ehrhardt co-published a study examining pre-training factors that influence the effectiveness of diversity education.
With an increasingly diverse workforce, most organizations and universities recognize the value of diversity training and education. However, there are unanswered questions regarding whether these trainings are effective and who it impacts the most. Read more
Hosted by the Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Colorado Denver Business School in collaboration with the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce, the day-long conference in early August brought faculty and business professionals together with a chief aim of educating and empowering local female entrepreneurs.
Combining Colorado’s urban-based research university with the city’s top business professionals, including entrepreneurial gurus and keynote speakers Jake Jabs and Linda Appel Lipsius, just makes sense, Horrell said. Read more
In the fall of 2015, CU Denver hosted an Undergraduate Experiences Symposium in which the concept of High-Impact Educational Practices (HIPs) and their effect on undergraduate student success was introduced. In pursuit of student benefits, CU Denver awarded nearly two dozen grants for the implementation of HIPs into University degree programs, including the Business School’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree. Read more