In his new role as associate dean of graduate programs at the College of Business, Travis Maynard is using his knowledge of what it takes to create effective teams to build on the College’s top-ranked graduate programs.
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To encourage and develop entrepreneurship in youth from around Colorado and the country, the College of Business’s Institute for Entrepreneurship is creating new programs for middle- and high-school students. Through innovative, immersive classes and workshops, the Institute is helping these students and their teachers realize their dreams – and their potential.
Although many companies view supplier diversity initiatives as investments in corporate social responsibility and not the bottom line, they have a net positive effect on both. New research from the College of Business’s Jonathan Zhang demonstrates that by increasing competition, supplier diversity initiatives benefit both diverse small suppliers and the companies they supply, as well as their customers.
This September, the CSU College of Business is launching a suite of new two-day executive education courses that will let professionals at all levels learn the latest business skills on timely topics relevant to every industry.
The College of Business may be the youngest college on the CSU campus, but business education has been part of the university almost since its founding 150 years ago.
In this milestone year for CSU, the college continues to look ahead, innovate, and offer an exceptional education.
Michael Smith, a CSU alumnus and longtime university supporter, is making a difference in the lives of College of Business students with two scholarship funds.
In the College of Business’s new “Rethink, Reinvent and Recover: Preparing for the Challenges of an Uncertain Future” short-course series, professionals will learn to confidently, creatively and compassionately lead their teams through the COVID-19 pandemic.
When Jason Sellers left the Marines in 2014, he didn’t want to leave behind all the experience he’d gained during 16 years of service and four combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Getting a new perspective on the world is one reason people pursue higher education. Spending four years discovering different ideas, people, and passions expands our intellectual and personal horizons and shapes us in ways we never imagined. Those new perspectives are one of the most important things College of Business Outstanding Graduate Charlotte Epting-Schillinger is taking away from her time at CSU.