Coloradans love cracking open a craft beer while camping, skiing, or just hanging out. With over 400 craft breweries across the state, it’s safe to say that beer is a significant part of Colorado’s culture. As a Colorado native, Karen Hertz, MBA ’05, grew up immersed in beer culture. The Business School alumna identifies herself as a craft beer lover and spent several years working for Coors, one of the biggest beer brands in America. Read more
Americans may be familiar with the “The Great Breakup.” This term encapsulates one of the biggest trends in U.S. workplaces, where more and more women are leaving their corporate jobs to pursue their dreams and start entrepreneurial careers. According to Lean In in the 2022 Women in Workplace report (the largest study on the state of women in corporate America), 43% of women leaders are burned out from management responsibilities and unsustainable workloads. Read more
One of CU Denver Business School’s biggest sources of gratitude is the opportunity to meet amazing scholars. Every day, the school is honored to connect with brilliant individuals and help them achieve their goals by setting the stage for extraordinary possibilities.
Recently, the Business School caught up with CU Denver alumna Shivali Arora, MS in Business Analytics, director at RayzeBio, and founder and director at Knowledge Isotopes. Read more
How many students have wished at least once that they had a mentor to show them the way? Higher education can be challenging to navigate, and having a guide sometimes makes a difference. Alums started the CU Denver Business School Alumni Network (BSAN) to offer that service to current students. Who better to know their experience than those who have lived it themselves?
On Wednesday, November 9, in partnership with CU Denver’s Women in Business Club, the Business Student Ambassador Committee (BSAC), and the Information Association Systems Association, BSAN held its annual Business School Alumni panel. Read more
When Jennifer first graduated from the University of Iowa with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, she had no idea what the world had in store for her, but felt confident that she did not want to pursue a career as an engineer. After graduation, Jennifer began working in management consulting with Andersen Consulting (now Accenture) in Chicago. She found the work interesting, but a round of layoffs left her without a job two years later. Read more
Why should you join a club?
clubs and organizations are a great way to get involved on campus. Joining can
connect you with like-minded individuals, people in the same career paths or
programs, and also push you out of your comfort zone. Clubs focus on a variety
of topics: academic, cultural, faith/spiritual, service, professional development,
and more. Read more
Students learned about careers in finance, plus managing their own budget, debt and retirement savings
On November 20, the Women in Business student club and Business Student Ambassador Committee hosted an informative and lively event. Financial Literacy from College to Retirement featured guest speakers Dylan Mumm, VP of Business Development at SMA Hub, and Trent Douglass, Senior Sales Associate at SMA Hub and CU Denver Business School student. Read more