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Upcoming 2017 Events

GEM offers numerous admissions events to connect prospective students to GEM alumni and current students throu ghout the year. Aside from our events, we can easily connect interested prospective students with a member of the GEM community (student, alumni, faculty or staff) for a one-on-one meeting to answer any questions. Join us at any admissions event or Speaker Series event to learn about the opportunities the program has to offer.   


Open House & Networking Event: Meet Executives in Residence, Students & Alumni
Thursday, April 20, 5:30 – 7:00 pm MST 
CU Denver Business School
1475 Lawrence St, Denver, CO 80202, 5th fl. 

The GEM Spring Open House is great opportunity to learn more about the program through the experiences of our current students, alumni and faculty. Come meet and network with the GEM community and learn how the program can impact your career. 

Event is free, cocktails and appetizers will be served. 

Why Attend?

  • Hear from current students and alumni; learn why they enrolled and how they have benefited
  • Receive a $50 application fee waiver by submitting an application for the July 2013 cohort at the open house
  • Learn about our curriculum including our special topics courses in which students travel to Washington, D.C. and London, England
  • View how GEM courses are delivered during the cohort weekend and online 
  • Network with our Executives in Residence, Advisory Council and other energy industry professionals
  • Connect with the GEM Faculty

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Navigating Your Energy Career 

Tuesday, May 2, 7:30 – 9:00 am MST   

As a follow-up to the HERWorld Energy Forum 2017, GEM Executive Director Jim Marchiori will discuss the short, medium, and long-term outlook for jobs within the energy industry.  He will follow this with a deep dive into the mechanics of career management to help you understand the “roadmap” for your career, and to lay out the practical next steps for further development.  The presentation will also discuss some of the specific challenges facing women in the energy industry that were addressed at the HERWorld event.

Breakfast will be provided. The event will be streamed via Facebook Live .

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Student Experience Webcast 

Friday, May 5, 12:00 – 1:00 pm MST   
Join the GEM community to learn about the student experience in the program and how the program has impacted their careers.  This webcast features GEM alumni and current students from all energy sectors.

RSVP

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. 

Prospective students can observe one course or all six.  If you are interested in observing GEM courses, please contact Nate Holt at 303-315-8069 or nathan.holt@ucdenver.edu. 

April 2017 Courses:

Morning Classes:

GEMM 6500 – Managerial Accounting in Global Energy Markets
GEMM 6600 – Introduction to Financial Management in the Global Energy Market
GEMM 6620 – Energy Asset and Production Management 

Afternoon Classes:

GEMM 6200 – Environmental, Regulatory, Legal and Political Environment in the Energy Industry
GEMM 6410 – Strategic Human Capital Management in the Global Energy Environment 
GEMM 6450 – Strategic Management for the Energy Industry 

Have questions about the options when it comes to GEM? Schedule a meeting or call with Nate Holt, GEM Advisor to learn more about the program!

Phone: 303-315-8069

nathan.holt@ucdenver.edu

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