CSU's Institute for Entrepreneurship is empowering aspiring entrepreneurs by providing free programming, workshops, mentorship and access to capital.
For two weeks this summer, College of Business incoming junior Jake Atteberry took a break from his marketing internship at CSU and took on the responsibility of helping keep an eye on 39 energetic high school students hailing from Colorado – and 14 other countries around the world.
Asian carp are one of the most formidable invasive species in the U.S. Erica Tardiff spent her summer developing a business idea to dampen their impact as part of her studies as a Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA student.
MinYang Gao has been selected as a College of Business 2018 Summer Standout for her work at the Down Syndrome Association in Hong Kong.
For the 40th anniversary of Business Day, the CSU College of Business invites you to hear from three top media executives as they share perspectives gained through outstanding careers spanning digital advertising, news publishing, and film production.
The 2018 Financial Times Online MBA rankings recognized the CSU College of Business Online MBA as being the top 15 ranked program in the world. Career progress, online delivery, program diversity, idea generation, program value and additional considerations led to the rising ranking.
The annual Diversity Symposium has grown to an entire week devoted to exploring issues surrounding diversity and inclusion on the Colorado State University campus, Oct. 1-5.
Denver Startup Week will bring together more than 20,000 attendees in 2018 — aspiring entrepreneurs, successful startup owners, and business and civic leaders — for educational sessions, social connections, and motivational events. As one of five title sponsors, Colorado State University will be heavily involved in this year's program, hosting more than 10 sessions at the CSU Denver Center.
The High Plains Intermountain Center for Agricultural Health and Safety, which works with the agriculture, forestry and fishing industries, hosted a research day to share information on emerging issues, immunology, engineering, economics, and anthropology.
Zubaida Bai earned an M.B.A. in 2010 and launched a company whose first product provides more sanitary conditions for mothers and their newborns in developing nations.