Seagraze hopes to eliminate much of the climate changing methane gas emitted by cattle by introducing a seaweed-based feed additive and developing a brand to attract consumers to the earth-friendly product.
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“Although it can be really scary and hard and it’s a lot of work, it really pays off in the end to just put yourself out there.”
The Colorado State University College of Business’s Impact MBA program received the Wharton-QS Reimagine Education 2020 silver award for sustainability education.
In the quarantine, business owners received relief from the Paycheck Protection Program. Expanded unemployment benefits helped laid off workers make ends meet. Offices, schools, stores and restaurants changed their day-to-day operations. It was painful, no doubt, but most sectors of society received a lifeline to help them weather the crisis. Many individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities didn’t. The consequences were tragic. WellNav looks to fix that.
A little smartphone app can have tremendous impacts. Airbnb reshaped the vacation rental market. Uber and Lyft disrupted models of local transportation. Now, ReKaivery is banking that the same principles of directly connecting buyers and sellers can help local farmers and commercial kitchens connect to reduce food waste.
Eiminating the lender-borrower relationship may sound like a radical approach to reforming banking, but Immpower’s members are anything but outsiders in the finance and social welfare worlds.
Yak-fiber winter wear. Islamic financing to support immigrants and refugees’ businesses. Seaweed feed additives that help cows combat global warming.
They’re all in a day’s work for College of Business Global Social Sustainable Enterprise MBA students as they develop business ventures as part of their summer practicum.
All students listed below have earned a 4.0 GPA on at least 12 graded credits. This is a significant accomplishment. Well done, Business Rams!
College of Business alumna Kathryn Coleman qualified for the Elijah Watt Sells Award by scoring a cumulative average score of 95.5 percent across all four of the Uniform CPA Exam’s sections on her first attempt. Only 0.18 percent of individuals who sat for the exam in 2019 met the requirements for the award.
For many, the Great Quarantine of 2020 has intensified feelings that they’re expected to stay on top of workplace communications after hours.