Josh Churlik came to Denver in 2004 to get his MBA and build something great. He knew he’d love Denver, and he knew CU Denver Business School was the place to get his MBA. Fourteen years later, he’s leading his sixth company, and helped fuel the Denver tech and startup communities into the powerhouses they are today.
When he completed his undergraduate studies, Churlik knew his passion was entrepreneurship, and that he still needed to add more skills and experience to his toolkit. A perfect way to get all of those skills and experience in one place was by getting his MBA.
This is an excerpt from the City Stories article.
CU Denver students and faculty are putting knowledge into practice.
University researchers propose an innovative model to help protect vulnerable neighborhoods from the loss of affordable housing.
CU Denver researchers make a genetic breakthrough to protect the at-risk alpine conifer from climate change.
Breakthrough technology may lead to life-saving treatments for thrombosis and stroke patients.