Creating a Pathway to Entrepreneurship for Youth

To encourage and develop entrepreneurship in youth from around Colorado and the country, the College of Business’s Institute for Entrepreneurship is creating new programs for middle- and high-school students. Through innovative, immersive classes and workshops, the Institute is helping these students and their teachers realize their dreams – and their potential.

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Diverse Supply Chains Are a Win for Society - and for Business

Although many companies view supplier diversity initiatives as investments in corporate social responsibility and not the bottom line, they have a net positive effect on both. New research from the College of Business's Jonathan Zhang demonstrates that by increasing competition, supplier diversity initiatives benefit both diverse small suppliers and the companies they supply, as well as their customers.

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How One Educator Took On Online: Helping Students and Faculty Make the Transition

It was the middle of spring semester and Ramadan Abdunabi’s students were faced with a challenge, their computer lab was closed due to COVID-19. Using the same cloud services that are becoming increasingly vital to remote work and study, Abdunabi created virtual computers so students could easily use their web browsers to operate machines with identical hardware configurations, programs and settings.

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