Dr. Jean Twenge Presents to CU Faculty and Staff on Reaching and Teaching iGen Students
Dr. Jean Twenge Presents to CU Faculty and Staff on Reaching and Teaching iGen Students

Oct. 18, 2019

On Friday, October 11, San Diego State Professor of Psychology, Dr. Jean Twenge, one of the foremost researchers on generational differences, spoke to CU Boulder faculty and staff about connecting and teaching the iGen (born after 1995) who are traditional-age college students. These individuals are the first generation to have...

Detroit skyline in blue tones to emulate the Net Impact Conference look and feel
Leeds’ Net Impact Chapter Wins Gold Status

Oct. 15, 2019

The Net Impact Graduate Chapter at Leeds School of Business has achieved Gold chapter standing, a designation awarded to the most outstanding chapters in Net Impact’s 400+ chapter global community. Gold chapters are those that go above and beyond to help the Net Impact community build a more just and...

Deming Center GCEC awards presentation with winners on stage
Leeds’ Deming Center Wins Global Award for Entrepreneurship Education

Oct. 9, 2019

Leeds School of Business won the “Excellence in Entrepreneurship Teaching and Pedagogical Innovation Award” at the Global Consortium for Entrepreneurship Centers (GCEC) Annual Event in Stockholm, September 26-28, 2019. The Deming Center for Entrepreneurship’s innovative education on high growth ventures stood out from a pool of 50 centers that applied...

Jane Miller speaking at the Natural and Organic Bootcamp
Leeds Hosts Its First Natural and Organic Bootcamp for MBA Students

Oct. 7, 2019

For up-and-coming MBA students with a passion for natural and organic products, Leeds offers an unrivaled opportunity to immerse oneself in the industry landscape, literally and theoretically. Located in the heart of Boulder, the place to be for natural and organics—with the highest concentration of natural products companies in the...

Stephen Billings Article
Harsh School Discipline May Lead Kids to Prison Outcome

Oct. 4, 2019

New research from Leeds Associate Professor Stephen Billings and coauthors from Harvard’s Kennedy School finds that students attending stricter middle schools are more likely to end up incarcerated later in life. Their paper “The School to Prison Pipeline: Long-Run Impacts of School Suspensions on Adult Crime” estimates the net impact...

Final steel beam being installed in the business and engineering expansion at CU Boulder
Business and Engineering Expansion Hits Key Milestone

Oct. 2, 2019

If you have visited campus lately, you have likely seen the incredible progress that is underway with the Business and Engineering building expansion. The physical connector between the two schools is now in place—a landmark achievement in this process—and the project is on schedule and on budget for opening in...

Shoppers in a retail setting
CU Real Estate Center Co-Hosts Innovative Retail Real Estate Symposium

Sept. 11, 2019

The CU Real Estate Center recently partnered with the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) to host an inaugural symposium at CU Denver focused on retail real estate in Colorado. The event kicked off with an interview with ICSC Chairman Daniel Hurwitz who shared his perspective on the state of...

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