The College of Business's focus on Business for a Better World has been gaining traction in recent months, resulting in a feature from "The Education Review" as one of the top 10 business schools of 2019.
After thirteen years leading the push toward sustainable business education, the Global Social Sustainable Enterprise MBA is finally getting its due: The program received the prestigious MBA Roundtable Innovator Award in recognition of its commitment to innovative business education. The irony in the award’s timing? It was bestowed just after major innovations in curriculum culminated in its evolution into the Impact MBA.
As a combat veteran working in the Veterans Administration, Masters of Business Administration student Jose Gonzales leverages his military and professional experience as he helps veterans receive the benefits they’ve earned.
Talking with the students who won first place in the Sherman Miller Real Estate Competition Nov. 1, you wouldn’t know that they had just propelled CSU to its first victory since 2015 in one of Colorado’s most high-profile case competitions.
OtterBox has partnered with the College of Business for the second year in a row to sponsor the OtterBox Ethics Challenge for undergraduate students. A team of four Colorado State University students will win free in-state tuition and be crowned OtterBox Ethics Scholars as part of the second annual OtterBox Ethics Competition. Teams of eligible students must sign-up by Oct. 18 at 10 a.m. to compete for the first place the in-state tuition prize.
CSU's College of Business is moving forward with the next chapter in its legacy of helping students to build successful careers addressing some of the world’s most challenging social, economic and environmental problems with its new Impact MBA program.
The team is developing guidelines for reviewing the more than 100 proposals and ideas that the RBEI has received from CSU students, faculty and staff.
As Joyce McConnell spoke Thursday, Nov. 14, during her investiture ceremony and saw her 93-year-old mother, Bessie, and 90-year-old father, Harvey, sitting in the audience, she couldn’t help but think about her journey to become CSU’s 15th president.
Teams of Colorado State University students in a new “Design Thinking” course spent the first six weeks of the semester working on a real-world case study: developing plans for a new Target store.
After national search is completed, Miranda will return to the mathematics faculty in College of Natural Sciences.