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GEM offers numerous admissions and industry events to connect prospective students to GEM students, alumni and industry professionals throughout the year.




GEM Webcast Series: Tips on How to Successfuly Manage Work, School, and Family

Wednesday, November 15, 2017
12:00 — 1:00 pm MST
Online Event

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Considering graduate school but are not sure how to integrate this education with an already packed work and personal life?

Join us on Wednesday, November 15 for an informative webcast that will provide insight, advice and tips from our speakers about how to simultaneously manage the demands of graduate school, a fast-paced career and hectic family life.

What makes the GEM Program truly unique is that all aspects of the program have been designed for the working professional – to help ensure your success throughout the program. From the personalized service you receive from the moment you apply, to the course delivery method, to the teaching methodologies of our experience faculty – the GEM Program provides our students with the tools to help you reach this goal.

You can't afford to miss this webcast
  • Hear an insider’s view of how to manage school, work and family
  • Learn how our Student Affairs Manager works with each student individually to help you successfully complete their degree
  • Gain tips on how to complete an application that will get you recognized and accepted
  • Participate - get your questions answered LIVE

About Our Speakers

A portrait of Geoff Lambert
Geoff Lambert, GEM Alumni
Director of Finance, The Anschutz Corporation

Mr. Lambert joined the Anschutz Company in 2012 with over 10 years of experience in the financial services sector, specializing in energy and natural resources businesses. He previously was vice president of investment banking for Morgan Stanley’s global power and utilities group, providing financial modeling, strategy and transaction advisory services to multiple clients. Before that, Lambert worked in equity research for Citi Investments’ electric utilities team and in investment banking for J.P. Morgan’s power and utilities group. He also spent ten years in the U.S. Navy as a naval aviator before earning his MBA from the Columbia Business School. Mr Lambert also has a BS in Mechanical Engineering and a MS in Energy Management.

A portrait of Michele Motley
Michele Motley, GEM Student Affairs Manger
GEM Program, CU Denver Business School

Michele Motley is the Student Affairs Manager for the Global Energy Management Program at the University of Colorado Denver Business School. In this role, she works directly with all current GEM students to ensure student success and retention.

Michele is responsible for providing vision, leadership, and strategic direction for student services. She also implements programmatic initiatives in partnership with the energy industry to offer student’s professional development and growth opportunities.




Observe a GEM Course

We welcome prospective students to observe a GEM class to meet current students and faculty as well as gain first-hand experience of the quality education the program provides. GEM students travel to Denver once every three months (January, April, July and October) to begin a new quarter and participate in the in-person session of the quarter.

January 2018 Course Offerings

Core courses
  • GEMM 6000 — 21st Century Global Energy Issues and Realities
  • GEMM 6100 — Global Energy Economics
  • GEMM 6400 — Leadership and Decision Making in the Global Energy Environment
  • GEMM 6300 — Technical Aspects of Energy Science
Elective courses
  • GEMM 6630 — Commercialization and Management/Leadership of Renewable Energies
  • GEMM 6210 — Energy Law: Property, Contracts and Transactions


Prospective students can observe one course or all six. If you are interested in observing GEM courses or have any questions, please contact us. Schedule a meeting or call with a GEM Advisor to learn more about the program!

Phone: 303-315-8436
gem@ucdenver.edu

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