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
The University of Colorado Denver Business School is excited to announce a new study abroad Winterim in Havana, Cuba! Join CU Denver Professor of Management Barry McConnell for an 11-day exploration into a country once barred from trade and travel with the United States.
While abroad, students will participate in discussions with entrepreneurs and tech start-ups about the challenges they face as they facilitate Cuba’s economic shift from communism to capitalism, and the country’s subsequent reintegration into the regional market. Read more
Dr. Sarah Kovoor-Misra, Associate Professor of Management at the CU Denver Business School has been elected to the leadership track of the Western Academy of Management. Kovoor-Misra will be on a four year track starting this year as Vice President, next year as Program chair, the year after as President and concluding as Past President.
The Western Academy of Management (WAM) is one of the more active and well regarded regional affiliates of the Academy of Management. Read more
The Business Management Department at the University of Colorado Denver Business School announced the topic of its Spring 2015 course. Strategy Consulting, MGMT 6800: Special Topics in Management, will partner students with senior leadership from a financial services firm to address a strategic challenge it’s identified.
As a student, you’ll prepare a team charter, project scope of work and work-plan. Read more
What do Patrick Collison, John Collison, and Terry Cavanagh have in common? They are all Irish-born entrepreneurs on Forbes’ “30 under 30” list. Named the “Celtic Tiger” in the 1990s and persevering through the 2000’s Great Recession, Ireland has been a hub for genius and entrepreneurship. For these reasons, University of Colorado – Denver Business School professor Jan Rutherford led a group of students to the Republic of Ireland for the Maymester course Leadership and Entrepreneurship in Ireland. Read more
Katrin V. Jeschonnek is an MS candidate in Management & Organization at the University of Colorado Denver Business School. Katrin is originally from a small town called Taufkirchen, near Munich in Germany. She graduated from the University of Regensberg before attending CU Denver. Katrin received the Dean’s Super Merit scholarship for her performance, demonstrated leadership ability, and commitment to professional success. Read more