COVID-19 has brought challenges to almost every industry and profession. The CU Denver Business School has been exploring some of these challenges with the Denver business community through webinars and virtual events. The Risk Management and Insurance (RMI) program led the charge, being the first program in the Business School to organize a public event regarding COVID-19. Read more
Businesses are experiencing a talent shortage for qualified
risk management professionals, and the CU Denver Business School’s Risk
Management and Insurance Program (RMI) prepares students with the skills these
companies need. During the Fall 2019 semester, the RMI program hosted several
events to connect students with employers for networking, internships, and
full-time jobs. Read more
Tanner decided CU Denver Business School would be his next adventure.
Tanner Calhoun has had an adventurous life. He has served in the Marine Corps, worked a drilling rig and in construction, been a hotshot firefighter, an EMT, a massage therapist, and even been a professional rodeo clown and bullfighter. Tanner’s most recent move has been a bit tamer by conventional standards, but he still finds it exciting. Read more
Join us for this Ethics Awareness Month discussion on business ethics in the insurance industry.
A 2012 Gallup survey ranked professions by honesty and ethical standards and found that the insurance industry was at 15% – just one point above senators and four points below attorneys. How does this effect the insurance industry? From discrimination to transparency to confidentiality, Dr. Read more
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After finishing his undergraduate degree in biopsychology, Christopher Foye was unsure of what he wanted to do with his life. He couldn’t find a job and was feeling regretful with the direction he took during his time in college.
Getting out into the real world after graduating can be difficult and intimidating, and sometimes, you don’t always end up where you thought you would. Read more
Worried about finding a job? The risk and insurance industry is looking to hire!
65% of industry professionals will retire in the next 10 years. Companies are recruiting for new skills, and students with the curiosity to learn and the ability to apply themselves. They want YOU!
Benefits of shadowing a risk and insurance professional: