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Alumna, Board Member and Mentor Recognized with Leadership Award from AACSB

Feb. 6, 2023

In honoring Ellen Balaguer, AACSB highlighted her service, leadership and commitment to creating impact, especially in business education.

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Leeds Opens New Studio to Meet Growing Demand for Video Instruction

Feb. 2, 2023

The new space is giving world-class faculty the tools—and expertise—needed to create top-quality content that improves learning.

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Alumnus Gives $5 Million to Entice the Very Best to Leeds, Continuing School’s Upward Trajectory

Jan. 31, 2023

Tandean Rustandy has supported the first named deanship at CU Boulder. It's a shot in the arm as Leeds searches for its next leader.

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Is an Unexpected Spike in New-Business Filings Reason for Optimism?

Jan. 30, 2023

A busy quarter for company formation is another data point supporting Colorado’s economic strength emerging from the pandemic.

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‘Write a Story for My Son’: To Better Understand ChatGPT, A.I. Expert Puts it To Work

Jan. 25, 2023

What happens when an expert on natural language processing asks a chatbot to write a children's book in the style of Dr. Seuss?

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Count Her In: European Think Tank Taps Ertimur as Research Member

Jan. 16, 2023

Corporate governance is an unusual expertise for an accounting scholar. But Yonca Ertimur’s thought leadership in the field led to a selective invitation from ECGI.

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For Hotel Leadership, Student Perspectives on Industry’s Challenges Offer Something Suite

Jan. 9, 2023

Putting students to work on a company project helps them apply their learning in meaningful ways. But it can also help companies consider innovative ideas.

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Economy Improving, But Colorado’s Leaders Still Awash in Apprehension

Jan. 4, 2023

Familiar challenges are keeping the state’s business community awake at night, according to quarterly report. ​​ The sun rises behind the Denver skyline. While the economy is improving both locally and nationally, Colorado's business community remains pessimistic about the near-term outlook, according to the first-quarter Leeds Business Confidence Index. Below...

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Stocking Suffer: When It Comes to Meaningful Gifts, Shoppers Eschew the Expensive

Dec. 20, 2022

Feeling buyer's remorse this holiday? It may have more to do with what you bought than what you spent.

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CUREC Announces New Leader of International Advisory Board

Dec. 14, 2022

With record growth in students pursuing real estate, Peter Cushman plans to help them succeed in an uncertain future. Former IAB chair Eliot Hoyt passes the 'baton' to Peter Cushman, ushering in CUREC's next generation of leadership. The CU Real Estate Center (CUREC) at the Leeds School of Business has...