Rezaie is a scholar with The Fulbright Program, an ultramarathon runner, and the first Afghan woman to complete an Ironman triathlon. She is motivated and passionate, and as she nears the completion of her MBA, Rezaie is focused on figuring out how she can empower the women and girls back home.
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Entrepreneurship was in Matt Staver’s bones. Some of it came naturally, and the rest came from watching his dad work as a professional freelance photographer. Photography and entrepreneurship were always one and the same for him, so he came to CSU’s College of Business to build his entrepreneurial skillset.
Sebastian Africano, MBA ’17, has been actively building a better world since 2005 when he joined local Fort Collins nonprofit Trees, Water and People as an intern building a clean cookstove program in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Now, nearly two decades later, he serves as the Executive Director.
Remote workers are not okay. They’ve lost their sense of control, and their work-life balance has suffered. They’re emotionally exhausted, and their overall well-being is in decline. The management department’s Samantha Conroy investigated these impacts seeking to understand employee behaviors as the world was only beginning to grasp the severity of COVID-19.
BJ Moore, ’91, left Microsoft after 27 years to make a difference in the healthcare arena. In 2019, when he joined a national healthcare system as its chief information officer, he never could have imagined the impact he would have as the world coped with COVID-19.
Three researchers from Cambridge to Michigan received funding from the College of Business for their submissions to the Business for a Better World Dissertation Proposal Competition. The PhD candidates shared their work around business sustainability and received feedback and support from College faculty during a September research workshop.
New partnership provides Semester at Sea alumni with a 10% tuition benefit to top-ranked Online MBA and other online business programs, while supporting future scholarships to expand access to education.
Becoming a survivor at 14-years-old did not define her – she wouldn’t let it. Instead, Maya Siegel created opportunities for herself and made a difference.
The marketing department’s Chris Berry investigated how consumers’ perceived food values paired with mandated calorie labeling impacts their purchasing decisions. Until now, most research suggested menu labeling was ineffective, but it had not considered the reasons behind each individual order.
College of Business research finds visible tattoos will make the job search more difficult while decreasing initial salary offers.