OtterBox has partnered with the College of Business for the second year in a row to sponsor the OtterBox Ethics Challenge for undergraduate students. A team of four Colorado State University students will win free in-state tuition and be crowned OtterBox Ethics Scholars as part of the second annual OtterBox Ethics Competition. Teams of eligible students must sign-up by Oct. 18 at 10 a.m. to compete for the first place the in-state tuition prize.
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As an intern placed with the DEA’s diversion unit, senior management major Brooke Bowman puts the bulk of her efforts into helping investigators keep opioids and other pharmaceuticals from entering the black market.
As president of Advanced Medical Imaging Consultants, Andrew Mills has led the radiology company’s efforts to support UCHealth’s launch of the UCHealth Greeley Hospital, which opened this summer.
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!
The College of Business is proud to recognize the members of the Fall 2018 Dean’s List. Students earned the honor by earning a 3.80 GPA or higher while enrolled in at least 12 credit hours.
Over a three-decade career, attorney Boucher has represented Cesar Chavez, the family of a poisoned farmworker, filed antitrust actions against wholesale electricity traders in California’s deregulated energy market and successfully argued to protect consumers of organic produce in the California Supreme Court.
Ray Bouchet, an attorney who helped secure more than $3 billion in settlements and verdicts protecting human rights and the environment, opens the College of Business’ Dean’s Distinguished Leadership Series on Feb. 21.
Twenty-seven years after graduating from the Colorado State University College of Business, Shelly Swanback returned to the commencement platform – this time to deliver the keynote address and wisdom of an executive helping lead a technology company with more than $16 billion in annual revenues.
The 2019 U.S. News & World Report ranked CSU College of Business online MBA and Online Master’s of Information Systems as No. 1 in Colorado, and both remain highly competitive nationally.
After a six-week challenge, four College of Business students earned a full year scholarship for their ethical decision-making processes and were named OtterBox Ethics Scholars.