By Danika Gutierrez
Edited by Christina Horn
In the time of COVID-19, travel has become significantly difficult for many individuals and nearly impossible for school programs globally. Study abroad programs around the world scrambled for the past two years to make it possible for students to learn internationally with little to no luck. Fortunately, CU Denver rose to the challenge and kept the One Year MBA international component active by making it possible for 23 students and their program coordinators to travel aboard. Read more
When Jennifer first graduated from the University of Iowa with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, she had no idea what the world had in store for her, but felt confident that she did not want to pursue a career as an engineer. After graduation, Jennifer began working in management consulting with Andersen Consulting (now Accenture) in Chicago. She found the work interesting, but a round of layoffs left her without a job two years later. Read more
Finding Her Own Path at CU Denver
CU Denver students are known for their diversity and eagerness to learn. Mimi Stockton is the perfect example of the resilient and ambitious Lynx community.
Tuning in remotely from Michigan, Mimi is continuing her pursuit for a career that challenges her, allows her to grow, and gives back to the community. Read more
A team of four graduate students from the CU Denver Business School took third place at the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative’s ninth annual Collegiate Program Case Competition on Friday, April 16. This is the third time a team from CU Denver has placed in the event, with undergraduate teams winning second place in 2019 and third place in 2016.
The Case Competition exposes college students to a thought-provoking business ethics case and is designed to challenge students’ ethical reasoning, give them tools for ethical decision-making, and raise awareness of the importance of principle-based ethics. Read more
The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative (DFEI) Collegiate Program Case Competition exposes students to a thought-provoking business ethics case similar to a situation that they might face in their professional careers. This competition will help build on the solid principle-based ethical framework central to decision-making in a complex business environment.
Student teams collaboratively analyze, present, and respond to questions posed by a panel of judges. Read more
See what real-world ethical leadership looks like.
Ethics OnSite gives students the opportunity to spend time with high-level executives exploring ethical challenges and opportunities in business.
VF Corporation is one of the largest clothing, apparel, and accessories companies in the world, with an impressive portfolio of brands like Vans, The North Face, Smartwool, Jansport, Supreme, and more. Read more
What does a more ethical social media future look like? As we saw in the popular Netflix docu-drama The Social Dilemma, there is a problem with social media and how it impacts us on an individual and societal level. Now comes the hard part–fixing the problems and creating a more ethical social media future.
Join us for a timely discussion with three leading experts that are focused on improving the current state of social media and ensuring that it is aligned with the public interest. Read more