Godfrey entered the College of Business without a clear picture of where her academic journey would take her. But, when she took intro to financial planning at the end of her sophomore year, something about it clicked in a way she hadn’t expected.
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At a time when some may be just starting to figure out how to deliver their programs online, the College is poised to reinvent the online student experience with a classroom engineered to engage students, empower faculty, and expand our high-quality education beyond the confines of a traditional classroom.
Chuck Morris, a pioneering concert promoter and prolific artist manager is now dedicating his time and talents to preparing CSU students to find their place among the next generation of music industry leaders by serving as the director of the College of Business’s new music business program.
What does it mean to be an entrepreneur and an innovator, and how do you become one? To find out, we spoke to four Entrepreneurship & Innovation Minor students.
The Venture RAMS: Business Showcase, hosted by the College of Business Institute for Entrepreneurship, offered a platform for cross-disciplinary collaboration, welcoming students from all backgrounds to experience the entrepreneurial process.
The Global Business Academy is a summer program for current high school freshmen, sophomores and juniors. Create great summer memories during the 13-day, action-packed experience with students from around the globe and learn about how to use business to create a better world.
Congratulations to College of Business Dean Beth Walker, who was recently recognized by the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce as one of the Top 25 Most Powerful Women in the state.
While no surprise to any of his students, Jon Firooz, a lecturer in the College of Business Marketing Department, was recently recognized as one of CSU’s top teachers.
CSU’s Institute for Entrepreneurship is empowering aspiring entrepreneurs by providing free programming, workshops, mentorship and access to capital.
For two weeks this summer, College of Business incoming junior Jake Atteberry took a break from his marketing internship at CSU and took on the responsibility of helping keep an eye on 39 energetic high school students hailing from Colorado – and 14 other countries around the world.