It’s probably a stretch to say that the Latinx Business Association wouldn’t exist without Jasmine Gaxiola, but it certainly wouldn’t be what it is today without her.
Daily Archives: May 11, 2020
When Jason Sellers left the Marines in 2014, he didn’t want to leave behind all the experience he’d gained during 16 years of service and four combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan.
While many of his classmates are making plans to enter the corporate world or start working toward an advanced degree, Landon Baird has a different purpose for his degree in marketing: He’s helping youth explore their spirituality.
Marty found her passion for technology in high school, working with computers and trying her hand at coding. Seeing an opportunity to translate her skills in tech more broadly, Marty decided to major in business and add a concentration in computer information systems.
For Vladimir Munoz, attending the College of Business was a no-brainer. Munoz, a finance concentration, fondly recalled his first visit to CSU during a trip with his DECA club from Thornton High School.
Some people are drawn to a career in finance and real estate to tackle a challenge. Others see the fields as an opportunity to leverage skills in quantitative analysis in pursuit of high earning potential. Pierce Edwards was drawn to the fields because they offer an opportunity to help others.
Getting a new perspective on the world is one reason people pursue higher education. Spending four years discovering different ideas, people, and passions expands our intellectual and personal horizons and shapes us in ways we never imagined. Those new perspectives are one of the most important things College of Business Outstanding Graduate Charlotte Epting-Schillinger is taking away from her time at CSU.
As a sophomore in the College of Business, Rachel Powner had a problem: she liked her classes too much. She was trying to pick from one of 10 business concentrations to focus on and couldn’t make up her mind.