• Business Insight Series Tackles Employment Gap

    October 11, 2021
    Marketing Staff
  • Prestigious Award Presented to Decorated CU Denver Faculty

    July 29, 2021
    Stephanie Zepelin
    Woman's hands counting dollar bills
  • Personality matters when looking at career satisfaction

    February 6, 2019
    Lena Gerber
  • Breaking down barriers for women in the workplace

    October 25, 2017
    Carmen Hawkins
    Gender Equity
  • The modern workplace: Researching the relationship between beauty and women’s career success

    University of Colorado Denver professor studies the effects of women’s appearance in the workplace

    According to Traci Sitzmann, management professor at the University of Colorado Denver, outward appearance can make a difference in how a woman is perceived at work. At the same time those observations are capable of hurting women in the workplace by producing discrimination. Physically attractive women are frequently discriminated against when applying for historically masculine jobs.  Read more

    August 21, 2017
    Marc Babel
  • Business School professor’s study finds video games highly effective training tool

    DENVER – Long derided as mere entertainment, new research now shows that organizations using video games to train employees end up with smarter, more motivated workers who learn more and forget less. A University of Colorado Denver Business School study found those trained on video games do their jobs better, have higher skills and retain information longer than workers learning in less interactive, more passive environments.  Read more

    October 20, 2010
    Rebecca Ward