From the use of interracial couples in marketing to a hiring process equitable for people of diverse economic backgrounds to how corporations can address climate change, the three winners of the 2022 Business for a Better World Dissertation Proposal competition personify how business research can be used to create a better world.
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Dozens of high schoolers from across Colorado and beyond got a week-long preview of what life is like in CSU’s College of Business during the inaugural First Generation Business Summit.
CSU College of Business alumna Kelly DiMartino has recently been appointed Fort Collins city manager. She says her MBA helped supplement the decades of experience she’s gained in local government.
From micro-internships to mock job interviews using virtual reality, the Career Management Center team at the CSU College of Business wants to pave the way for using new technology to help prepare graduates for a dynamic job market. Bob and Linda Isaman want to continue to give the team the tools it needs to keep innovating, even if that means some ideas don’t stick.
Two-time CSU alumna Nora McCombs has worked at New Belgium for more than a decade. She discussed turning passion into a career and what the idea of “business for a better world” means to her.
Steve Rosenberg is mentoring the next generation of accounting students through a scholarship and personal connections.
CSU College of Business alum Katie Bessert has managed to turn van life into a full-time career. Here’s a look at what she does in the industry, and her tips for turning something you love into a full-time career.
Arthur Valdez was the first person in his family to go to college, and said he felt a little lost when he stepped on the CSU campus for the first time. Now, he’s acting as a mentor to first-generation students through a new scholarship.
CSU was recognized as a “transforming” institution in a student-run survey, with high ratings in governance, student support and public engagement.
Meg Skeehan has seen a lot of changes for the better during their career at CSU, and they’ve been a big part of making it happen.