More and more, companies all over the world are looking for ways to make their company and the world a better place. In the business world, this topic is commonly referred to as sustainability. Business sustainability encompasses the improvements a company or organization can make to positively impact the environment, people, and communities surrounding it. Read more
Dr. Sue Keaveney’s Managing for Sustainability marketing course, “Marketing and Global Sustainability” at the CU Denver Business School, received honorable mention for the Dr. Alfred N. and Lynn Manos Page Prize for Sustainability Issues in Business Curricula award.
The award results from an international competition hosted by the Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina. Read more
The Sustainability Field Study Course at the CU Denver Business School led by professor Graham Russell that concluded this past Spring gave students the real world experience they crave. Students who took the course work individually or in small teams to conduct a semester-long sustainability project in a local company, government agency or non-profit.
These projects address a clearly identified need and lead to a well-defined product or deliverable that can be achieved within the duration of a single semester. Read more
The CU Denver Business School is fortunate to have a number of exceptional Adjunct Professors, one of which is Graham Russell who has used his professional experience to become a better teacher in the classroom.
Russell received his MA in Economic Geography from Cambridge University, United Kingdom and his MBA Finance from Cranfield Institute of Technology, United Kingdom. Read more
Professors John Byrd and Elizabeth Cooperman had a paper presentation at the 1st
Global Conference on Stranded Assets and the Environment” at Queen’s College,
University of Oxford on September 24, 2015.
The University of Oxford’s Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment invited researchers and interested practitioners to a major academic conference on stranded assets and the environment. Read more
With headlines across all of the news publications, debates in the senate, and even the president making a special note about climate change at the White House Correspondents Dinner; sustainability is everywhere. And Colorado is proving itself a leader in this field.
Sustainability could very well be the greatest business opportunity the world has ever seen. Read more