Gina Mohr, an assistant professor in the College of Business, was interviewed by BBC about her research looking into the effect hearing yourself eat has on appetite.
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College of Business professor Vickie Bajtelsmit’s research on retirement saving was featured by The New York Times and offers suggestions for reducing risks.
From working in sales at Fortune 500 companies to serving in marketing and supply chain roles, business students gain valuable insights during internships.
Leaving the Navy, Executive MBA student Kristin Mabbutt knew she needed a Master’s degree to continue growing in her career.
“We’re changing the world, one delivery at a time,” said Eric Berlinberg, a Colorado native and graduate of Colorado State University’s College of Business.
Victor Amaya graduated from the Master of Accountancy program at CSU, making a career of helping small business owners succeed and find financial security.
Students from across disciplines came together for a business design challenge that put their skills to the test to improve health and financial well-being.
The College of Business welcomed our largest incoming class ever! 33% of our new students are from out-of-state, 44% are women, and 25% are first-gen.
Hitting a plateau in her career, Mary Kincannon knew she had to make a change. CSU’s Master of Computer Information Systems program provided a path forward.
From interning at the Ultimate Fighting Championship to launching new startups, students in the College of Business stayed busy this summer.