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University of Colorado Denver Business School, offering Bachelor, MBA, MS, and PhD degrees

Business School, University of Colorado Denver
 


Our faculty create a dynamic atmosphere, stimulating discussions that could be found as readily in the boardroom as in the classroom. We offer experience-based learning from faculty members who are not only leaders in their fields, but also true teaching professionals. In addition to their interaction with students, faculty members regularly contribute to industry publications and mainstream media, providing insight on current issues lo​cally, nationally and globally.

Explore our faculty by reading recent faculty news stories, browsing faculty profiles, or visiting our research archives and discover for yourself the outstanding achievements of our teaching community.

Faculty in the News

  • Business School Instructor Jeffrey Nystrom Receives High Honor

    Jeffrey NystromSenior Instructor of Management Jeffrey Nystrom received the University of Colorado Denver Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching September 5, 2014. Nystrom teaches undergraduate and graduate management classes at the CU Denver Business School. The university-wide award comes a decade after Nystrom received the Business School’s Annual Excellence in Teaching Award. Like most academics, Nystrom […]

  • Second Annual Petrie Award Winners Announced

    View of the building at 15th and LawrenceThe University of Colorado Denver Business School is pleased to announce the second round of faculty awards from the Tom and Jane Petrie Faculty Development Fund.  The selection committee, chaired by Dr. Marcelle Arak, reviewed an impressive number of proposals before choosing award recipients. The quality of proposals received by the selection committee, which also […]

  • Computerworld Interviews Professor Wayne Cascio

    Wayne Cascio, professor of managementGregg Keizer of Computerworld interviewed Wayne Cascio, Professor of Management at CU Denver Business School, to find out if Microsoft’s proposed 18,000 layoffs are in the best interest of the company. “It creates massive uncertainty and a big drop in productivity,” says Cascio. “People spend their work time on social networking and getting a resume […]

  • GEM Instructor Paul Alvarez releases new book: Smart Grid Hype & Reality

    paul-alvarezWired Group President Paul Alvarez, who teaches the Management of Renewable Energies course for the Global Energy Management (GEM) Program, has published a new book that questions the value delivered by huge investments in the smart grid. In Smart Grid Hype & Reality, industry consultant Paul Alvarez concludes that while consumer and environmental benefits are indeed […]

  • Following Sarah Derdowski during her Fellowship in Egypt

    As you can you see the pyramids are not out in the desert all alone.  They are right there.Sarah Derdowski, GEM’s Director of Operations, is in Egypt for the Gabr Fellowship. Launched in 2013 by the Shafik Gabr Foundation, the Fellowship is an innovative educational exchange created to foster greater understanding and cooperation among emerging leaders in Egypt and the United States. Derdowski’s group is meeting with world-renowned public figures to explore transnational […]

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