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Financing an MBA Program for Working Professionals

Aug. 10, 2022

If you’re currently working, you may wonder how you can manage going back to school on top of your workload and how you’re going to pay for it. Most MBA programs have a part-time option to allow working professionals to also attend school. Some businesses will even help pay for...

Women in Business Executive Series

Women in Business Executive Series

Jan. 9, 2020

For the 2019-2020 academic year, the MBA Women in Business Club has been bringing in local women executives. These events are capped at ten students from all the graduate programs and include a catered lunch. Jessie Dixon , the COO of eCommerce retailer Havenly, was one such executive recently hosted...

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Lunch and Learn with the CFO of Denver International Airport

Dec. 3, 2019

For a recent lunch and learn, the Adam Smith Society hosted Gisela Shanahan, the CFO of Denver International Airport . One of the first women in the airport industry, Ms. Shanahan has been with DIA for the last 10 years. Much of her talk touched on the history of DIA...

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GMAT or GRE? Choosing Your Standardized Test

Nov. 21, 2019

When preparing to apply to a graduate program, one of the main questions prospective students ask is which standardized test, GMAT or GRE, should they take. Like many other MBA and MS programs around the country, Leeds accepts scores from either test and the admissions team does not have a...

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New Product Development at Sterling Rice Group

Nov. 19, 2019

One of the benefits of an MBA program in Boulder is the ability to visit local companies. As an optional field trip as part of Professor Jay Waddell’s New Product Development class, a group of Second Year MBAs visited the downtown office of Sterling Rice Group. Founded in 1984, SRG...

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Alumna Spotlight: Andrea Phillips, Military MBA ('17)

Nov. 15, 2019

Andi-Sue in her Pilot seat Current Job : Human Factors Engineer Consultant | Airline Pilot Andrea "Andi Sue" Phillips elected to get her MBA after service in the Navy for 20+ years. She shares with us her reasons for pursuing the MBA after the Milltary and how our Evening MBA...

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The Women in Business Annual Retreat

Oct. 29, 2019

Leeds has a dedicated approach to bridging the gender divide in business with its End the Gap 2020 Initiative. Throughout the year, students are encouraged to attend events and workshops, and participate in clubs and groups that strive to diversify the world of business. Within the graduate program, MBA candidates...

Leeds Through the Eyes of a Changemaker

Leeds Through the Eyes of a Changemaker

Oct. 1, 2019

Meet Hannah, a second-year MBA studying organizational change management at Leeds School of Business. She describes her decision to attend Leeds as “the best investment I ever made in myself.” Hannah recently received the Rebecca Adamson Indigenous Rights & Business Scholarship . “I want to use my degree to remove...

First-Year MBA students meeting with Second-Year MBA students to learn more about internships

Disco Intern-O! 2019: A Fun Way to Network

Sept. 12, 2019

Students are back on campus, and classes are underway for Fall 2019. As Leeds welcomes the MBA Class of 2021, it encourages students to step outside the classroom and explore other ways to get involved with the program and with each other. Disco Intern-O! offers one such way to mingle...

Barney Ford Silent Auction: The Most Anticipated (and Best) Event of the Year

Barney Ford Silent Auction: The Most Anticipated (and Best) Event of the Year

July 11, 2019

Eight first-year Leeds MBA students, six months, zero dollars in the budget, and countless hours of working closely with the administrators at Leeds, after classes and on weekends, all to host one of Boulder’s most exciting events of the year: The Barney Ford Silent Auction 2019 . This year’s $30,000...