The University of Colorado Denver Institute for International Business/Center for International Business Education and Research, your premier resource for a lifetime of learning and continuing your professional development.
Welcome to CU Denver CIBER's Lifelong Learning Program
Welcome to the Lifelong Learning program! As an alumni of the Executive MBA or MS International Business programs, you have access to the Lifelong Learning Program, where you can continue your professional development in international business through articles, videos, trainings, courses, and events. Use this page to navigate between the resources CU Denver CIBER's Lifelong Learning Program can provide.
International Business Articles
Access articles from premier news sources on current events and notable developments in international business.
Webinars and Videos
Watch videos and webinars breaking down the latest in international business from renowned IB professionals.
Access professional development travel opportunities, courses, and workshops to keep up with international business trends.
As a Lifelong Learning Program member, you have free attendance to all CU Denver CIBER virtual events and up to four International Executive Roundtable (IER) events, per academic year, and one Global Context of Business workshop free of charge.
You may choose to attend additional IER events for $50 each, and additional Global Context of Business workshops for $100 each.
Cost/fee: Free Room Number: Suite 150
CU Denver Building
1250 14th Street
Join us for a guest lecture by Becky Park, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Experian. Becky Park works specifically with identity and fraud protection, and has extensive knowledge on international operations from an entrepreneurial perspective. Lunch will be provided.
The Belt and Road Summit is a premier international platform for promoting business collaboration along the Belt and Road. The University of Colorado Denver CIBER is a co-sponsor of attendance scholarships for the event.
The Annual Paul Chung Memorial Lecture presented by the Pacific Asian Management Institute (PAMI) of the Shidler College of Business at the University of Hawaii. The University of Colorado Denver’s own Professor of Communication and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Stephen Hartnett, will be a panelist in the discussion.
The annual member gathering is open to members and to non-members who are interested in learning more about the World Trade Center Denver. CU Denver CIBER is a co-sponsor of attendance scholarships for the event.
Panel discussion with experts in international business, healthcare, and law to explore the ethical issues surrounding professional communication in increasingly diverse environments - presented in collaboration between CU Denver Business School, Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative and the University of Denver.
Session participants will gain a fresh perspective on the exciting roles that entrepreneurs can play in order to help build a better world during this digital age of globalization. CU Denver CIBER will be leading the session, Global High Impact Entrepreneurship: Building a Digital Platform for Kindness