Dr. Stephanie Johnson Comments on the Power of Privilege in the Economist

Oct. 20, 2016

If not now, when? The Economist explores the dynamics of men in positions of power who negatively use that authority to demean or assault women. Dr. Stephanie Johnson, Assistant Professor at the Leeds School of Business and known for her research on diversity and unconscious bias, remarks on the circumstances that can make this behavior prevalent.Read more »
Bloomberg cites Dr. John Lynch’s work on the effectiveness and timing of financial education

Oct. 12, 2016

Global survey highlights which countries are better at handling their finances. Dr. John Lynch, a professor at University of Colorado’s Leeds School of Business, explains why timing of financial education would be more effective if it gave people certain skills rather than abstract knowledge.Read more »
Colorado Business Optimism Decreases Until 2017 According to CU Leeds Business Confidence Index

Oct. 4, 2016

Download The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) Q4 2016 The Leeds Business Confidence Index reflected a less positive outlook for Q4 2016 but expectations for Q1 2017 recorded a notable uptick. Read/Download the LBCI Q4 2016Read more »
Colorado-Wyoming Chapter, National MS Society Spirit Award recipient Mary Rhinehart, CEO and president of Johns Manville (center) is congratulated by Chapter President Carrie Nolan (left) and MS luncheon keynote, Olympic Gold Medalist Connie Carpenter-Phinney.
President and CEO of Johns Mansville and CU Leeds Alumna, Mary Rhinehart, honored by National MS Society

Sept. 26, 2016

The Colorado-Wyoming Chapter for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society honored Mary Rhinehart with its Spirit Award during its MS On the Move Luncheon. Rhinehart, a CU Leeds alumna and President and CEO of Johns Manville, was recognized for her service to the MS community, as well as contributions to society and the common good.Read more »
Leeds Achieves #21 on Best Undergraduate Business Schools List for Public Universities

Sept. 21, 2016

The Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder placed at No. 21 among public universities (and No. 32 overall) in the most recent release of the 2017 US News & World Report rankings of the nation’s best undergraduate business schools. Leeds out performed schools such as Tulane... Read more »




CESR global course in Germany

New CESR Global Course in Germany

The Center for Education on Social Responsibility (CESR) presents a new course in Germany, May 13-21, 2017, through the First-Year Global Experience program at Leeds School of Business. The focus of this 2-credit course is “Leadership Challenges: Ethics, Efficiency, Expansion and Social Responsibility in Germany,” with studies centered in Berlin...
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