Todd Marksberry, the president and CEO of Canvas Credit Union, is taking part in a special discussion at Colorado State University on leadership and the importance of culture in today’s ever-changing work environment.
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Harry Turtle, a professor of finance at CSU’s College of Business, has co-authored an award-winning working paper that suggests genetic traits to some degree can predict an individual’s participation in the stock market.
“I’m really proud to be a CSU Ram because sustainability is so important in me. The fact that CSU has that in their values is why I chose CSU.”
The first course in Colorado State University’s new music business program in the College of Business has brought down the house. An impressive set list of award-winning recording artists and top music execs has provided students a rare glimpse into the industry, complimenting an innovative curriculum envisioned by concert promoter and artist manager Chuck Morris.
CSU’s Eric T. Rapley and a team of researchers have been looking into the impact of this area of the TCJA, and they’ve found what they call unintended consequences.
Professor Kelly D. Martin has been named co-editor-in-chief of the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing.
A group of College of Business graduate students are applying what they’ve learned in the classroom to address a critical need in the Fort Collins community.
CSU’s College of Business is fostering the next generation of entrepreneurs by offering an online summer camp designed for high school students.
Professor M. Travis Maynard has compiled a list of best practices for individuals now charged with leading a virtual team.
CSU’s College of Business is moving forward with the next chapter in its legacy of helping students to build successful careers addressing some of the world’s most challenging social, economic and environmental problems with its new Impact MBA program.