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 new Transfer Admissions Center has helped bring a bevy of new students to CU Denver. The CU Denver Business School has been a benefactor as CU Denver makes the transition for transfer students a seamless one. One such student is Olivia Snyder.
Olivia Snyder is double majoring in Painting and Drawing as well as Business at the University of Colorado Denver. Read more
A group of five students from the 11-Month MBA program were able to directly impact a new company by way of naming the new entity.
The student team partnered with entrepreneur, Rich McNamara, who had started a math-based home-school curriculum company in 2014. Like many entrepreneurs, McNamara had a great idea and the skills to back it up. But, he continued to struggle with what to name his new company. Read more
CU Denver Business School marketing class helps KOTA Longboards refine demographics, brand
DENVER—CU Denver Business School students supplied “heart and soul” to a marketing project that is pushing an innovative local longboard company—named after World War I fighter pilots—to greater heights in the action-sports sector.
The fast rise of KOTA Longboards LLC and its visionary founder, Mike Maloney, a former U.S. Read more
Family and friends joined hundreds of CU Denver graduates for the Fall 2014 Commencement ceremony at the Colorado Convention Center. Many dedicated students, like Rob Bingham, 29, graduated Saturday, December 13 from the CU Denver Business School.
In war-torn Iraq, during his second deployment in the Army, Bingham one day found himself scanning a U.S. Read more