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Author Archives: Matt Schild
Drawing on 15 years of leadership in social and environmental sustainability education, the Impact MBA at the Colorado State University College of Business was named the No. 5 Better World MBA in the United States by Corporate Knights.
Research from the College of Business into storytelling and stakeholders’ attitudes about the future may help take much of the guesswork out of how to motivate others to support entrepreneurial change.
Research by the marketing department’s Chris Blocker examines how social services providers can apply marketing theory in two-generation service models to break generational cycles of poverty.
Websites and apps and devices are tracking consumer data around the clock. Do you know what data is collected on you and what happens to it? A College of Business researcher looks at data privacy issues.
Sierra Ladin never set out to teach herself to code in Python. With a month to fill between the end of her junior year and an internship in analytics with AT&T, she figured she’d bone up on the basics to better communicate with the programmers with whom she would be working.
Continuing its tradition of excellence, the College of Business’ Online MBA has been ranked among the Top 10 Online MBA programs nationwide and Top 25 Online MBAs worldwide by the prestigious British ranking institution QS Quacquarelli Symonds.
Congratulations to the Sales Club members who placed second in individual and team competitions at the Western States Collegiate Sales Competition.
After watching companies commit to the hassle and expense of shareholder perks, a College of Business finance and real estate researcher asked the obvious question: Why the generosity?
Focusing its attention on providing resources to girls who face economic, social and educational obstacles to period health, Ubiquitous plans to provide products, consultations and general education about sexuality through a mobile-services model delivered through a vehicle converted to its needs.