The Business School welcomed CU Denver alum and healthcare leader Rulon Stacey as the new director of graduate programs in health administration on January 1, 2020.
Stacey, who has a BS in economics and a masters
in health administration from Brigham Young University, is no stranger to
Colorado. He received his PhD in public administration from CU Denver’s
Graduate School of Public Affairs and served as CEO of Fort Collins’
Poudre Valley Health System, which during his tenure received the
Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award—a recognition
established by Congress to commend U.S. Read more
The CU Denver Business School has partnered with the Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP) to allow students in western states to enroll in qualifying graduate programs and pay in-state tuition.
The new tuition rates will begin in Fall 2017 for any newly admitted students. The qualifying programs include:
Integrate. Compassion. Accountability. Respect. Experience. These powerful words form the foundation of ICARE and the emphatic message that Jennifer Alderfer, President and Chief Executive Officer at HCA/HealthONE’s North Suburban Medical Center, recently presented at the CU Denver Business SchoolAlumni Network’s Back to Business Speaker Series.
Alderfer spoke from her heart and guided the audience through her personal journey of communicating with candor, transparency, with commitment to those individuals she encounters daily. Read more
Few people can say that their work has had an impact on a global scale. MS in Health Administration graduate, Major Megan Malcom, who recently returned from a mission in the Dominican Republic, is among that special subset, as she continues to help developing countries refine and improve the quality of their healthcare services.
As someone with a robust military background and over a decade of experience as a healthcare administrator in the United States Air Force (USAF), Major Malcom has always been drawn to the health sector. Read more