The American Marketing Association (AMA) recognized CSU College of Business Dean Beth Walker as one of six distinguished scholars to be inducted as a 2021 AMA Fellow.
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The CSU College of Business’s Master of Computer Information Systems was ranked the No. 1 online information technology program in the state for the third year in a row by US News & World Report.
A team of six College of Business juniors has advanced to the national finals of Deloitte’s Audit Innovation Campus Challenge. The case competition brought together students representing over 50 colleges and universities across the country to take on the challenge of how technology will reshape the future of work, spanning topics like on-boarding and community building.
To help local business owners and operators navigate this altered landscape and avoid permanent closure, CSU’s College of Business is launching Pivot Larimer County, a suite of free, faculty-led, workshops and video resources made possible by a $200,000 grant from Larimer County.
The demand for action from students, and the growing understanding among companies of the benefits gained by increasing diversity, spurred the creation of the College’s inaugural Business Inclusion Summit – held virtually – which brought together Biz Rams and top recruiters.
In the hierarchy of environmental protection and pollution prevention strategies, the first step in mitigating harmful waste is simple: address the problem at the source by not creating it at all. Supported by a grant from the EPA, Five CSU College of Business Impact MBA students will be helping local businesses achieve that goal next summer.
In recently released research appearing in The Journal of Business Ethics, Rob Mitchell, associate professor of management at CSU’s College of Business, and his coauthors argue that leaders who fail to appropriately confront knowledge problems by engaging their stakeholders aren’t just closing themselves off from new ideas. They’re potentially being unethical and leaving their organizations worse off.
Through her coursework as an MBA student at CSU, Amy Carpenter found another title to add to dental hygienist and business consultant: CEO of OrthoGum.
Before Angelina Howard rose to serve as president of Amazon’s Black Employee Network and began helping the company direct its recent $27 million donation to community organizations fighting injustice and supporting members of the Black community, she was a CSU student trying to figure out how to make a difference.
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.