Minority MBA Students Attend Seminar At CU-Boulder

Published: July 23, 1997


US West Communications President and CEO Solomon Trujillo to speak Saturday

Thirty-two graduate minority business students from 16 top universities are on campus this week for the Andersen Leadership Seminar (ALS), co-sponsored by the College of Business and Administration at CU-Boulder and Andersen Consulting.

The seminar, which runs July 23-27, is designed to enhance the leadership, communication and networking skills of minority students. The seminar includes team-building and problem-solving exercises, a group case-study project and presentations by local business leaders, including U S WEST Communications President and CEO Solomon D. Trujillo. Trujillo’s speech is at 11:15 a.m. Saturday on the lawn of the College of Business and Administration at CU-Boulder. Participants also will hear from Andersen Consulting executives and tour their Denver office.

Participants were nominated and selected by their program directors and Andersen Consulting. Participating universities include: Duke, Ohio State, Penn State, University of Arizona, UC-Berkeley, UCLA, CU-Boulder, Florida, Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Michigan, Minnesota, UNC-Chapel Hill, USC, UT-Austin, Washington and Wisconsin-Madison.

For further information contact:

• CU MBA seminar participants Jeff Stewart, 438-6608; Jason Stephens, 554-1269

• President of CU’s Graduate Student Business Association, 786-0715

• Dean of CU’s College of Business and Administration Larry Singell, 492-1809

• Andersen Consulting representative Amy Powers, 291-9275

• Laurie Van Horn, CU public relations office, 492-5188; 433-0669