Leeds School of Business

University of Colorado Boulder


Targeting an Impact Career

Tue, 10/28/2014 - 11:26

CESR has begun offering MBA students a program to help them identify and obtain careers at the growing intersection of Impact and Business. In partnership with Walk of Life Consulting , an international career coaching program focused solely on environmental, sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) fields, CESR has committed to providing the tools for its students to launch into these business roles after graduating. The Impact Career Coaching Program consists of four webinar training sessions: “The Impact Jobs Market & Targeting,” “Translating Skills into Impact Achievements,” “Building Your Online Brand,” and “Networking for Impact Success.” Students participating in the... Read more »

CESR Student Named Manager of the Year

Thu, 10/23/2014 - 11:03

Nineteen year old baseball coach and CESR Student Assistant Kate Harris has been named as the 2014 Manager of the Year by the National Women's Baseball Hall of Fame in Chevy Chase, MD. She is the youngest manager to receive this award in the 17 years it has been presented. 2013 Graduate of Fort Collins High School and present Leeds Scholar at CU Boulder, Harris, who has been coaching baseball for three years was recognized for her managerial achievement of leading her 12U all girls baseball team to a winning tournament record for the first time in their 12 year... Read more »

Leeds' Assistant Professor Stefanie Johnson Quoted on Yahoo Style

Thu, 10/23/2014 - 07:44

Uber France's 'Incredibly Hot Chick' Promotion Is Sexist and Destructive Lauren Tuck Assistant EditorOctober 22, 2014 Article from https://www.yahoo.com/style/uber-avions-de-chasse-sexism-100689648463.html Using an attractive woman to promote a product is an age-old advertising tactic that is employed time and time again. The strategy obviously works — otherwise the modeling industry wouldn’t be as lucrative as it is — so it’s no wonder why good-looking women front so many campaigns. But sometimes the scheme to take advantage of a woman’s body for profit can backfire, as was the case with Uber in France. The popular car service is receiving criticism for a promotion... Read more »

Upcoming Event: Connecting Students to Impact Ventures

Wed, 10/22/2014 - 13:27

Interested in a career with a positive impact? Join us for our first SUPERCOLLIDER: Connecting Students to Impact Ventures . Join CESR and the Leeds Net Impact chapter at the Impact HUB Boulder to meet entrepreneurs, professionals, and investors interested in sustainability and using business for the greater good. The gathering will feature multiple small events, including talks, live brainstorming and problem-solving, and of course, networking. If you're interested in getting to know what the impact community in Colorado looks like, you don't want to miss this event! The event will be held Monday,10/27 from 5:30-8PM and is free to... Read more »

Colorado Employment Growth Expected to Continue Into 2015, Says Report From the Business Research Division

Wed, 10/22/2014 - 07:26

Contact: Richard Wobbekind, Leeds School, 303-492-1147 richard.wobbekind@colorado.edu Brian Lewandowski, Leeds School, 303-492-3307 brian.lewandowski@colorado.edu Elizabeth Lock, CU-Boulder media relations, 303-492-3117 elizabeth.lock@colorado.edu Rich Coolidge, Colo. Dept. of State, 303-860-6903 richard.coolidge@sos.state.co.us Oct. 22, 2014 Employment expansion in Colorado is expected to continue through the fourth quarter of 2014 and into the first quarter of 2015, according to a report by the University of Colorado Boulder, released today by Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler. The Quarterly Business and Economic Indicators Report is prepared by the Business Research Division at CU-Boulder’s Leeds School of Business using data from the secretary of state’s central business... Read more »

Colorado Secretary of State Q3 Indicators Report

Tue, 10/21/2014 - 17:04

The Colorado Secretary of State's Office released its quarterly Economic Indicators for the State of Colorado report today. Increases in filings coupled with strong September employment point to continued employment growth in Colorado in Q4 2014 and Q1 2015. The third-quarter report by the Business Research Division and released today by Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler generally reports positive business and economic metrics. Download The Current ReportRead more »

Portfolio Spring 2014

Mon, 10/20/2014 - 10:13

This issue of Portfolio is devoted to highlighting areas of thought leadership by our faculty and staff, as well as by our students and alumni. Many of our professors, including Assistant Professor David Hekman, Professor Peter McGraw and Professor Margaret Campbell, are featured throughout the magazine for their studies, experiments and articles. We are also pleased that our staff is taking part in thought leadership by office collaboration and diverse and creative initiatives like the First-Year Global Experience in Ecuador. Additional insights include an interview with Barnes and Noble and Leeds alumnus Michael Huseby, updates from our Alumni from around... Read more »

Portfolio Fall 2013

Mon, 10/20/2014 - 10:04

This issue of Portfolio highlights the Global Initiatives at Leeds which are taking experiential learning to new heights—including the Andes, the Great Wall of China, and the skyscrapers of Hong Kong. These transformational experiences not only provide students with firsthand knowledge of different markets, cultures and geopolitical systems, but also instill a global mindset that they bring with them back to Leeds.Read more »

Portfolio Spring 2013

Mon, 10/20/2014 - 10:00

The challenge for Leeds—as well as other great schools—is to develop graduates who are capable of formulating strategic ideas and turning those ideas into action. They must also come equipped with skills ranging from presentation experience to computer proficiency. That’s what we now deliberately target as part of the Leeds approach – something we call the “Whole Student.” It still begins in the classroom but with a new look and a much more intentional drive. As we announced last fall, Leeds is revolutionizing its approach to the core curriculum, providing students the most relevant educational environment for the new innovation... Read more »

Portfolio Fall 2012

Mon, 10/20/2014 - 09:57

More than a century ago on the Western frontier, Colorado was influencing management and leadership practices on a campus that, at the time, was only 30 years old. The University of Colorado Boulder became home to a business school in 1906, which makes Leeds the eighth oldest business school in the nation. Leeds continues its long-standing tradition of defining business education. This year we launched a plan to focus on areas with the highest ROI for our school, individuals and a broad range of enterprises. Students, faculty and staff are now taking that plan and looking at how we can... Read more »


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