David Drake leads a talk from the front of a bar in downtown Boulder.

For Frascona Winner, Inspiring Students is ‘The Greatest Feeling’

May 8, 2023

Students nominated David Drake for the award, given annually to a Leeds professor who mentors and challenges in ways that extend beyond the classroom.

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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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Climactic Change: Amid the Crisis, Leeds Continues Emphasis on Sustainability

Dec. 2, 2022

Business is finally getting a seat at the table in the conversation to fight climate change. Leeds has spent decades preparing professionals for that responsibility.

MSBA Healthcare track gives nurses a chance to make a bigger impact.

From Patient Care to Healthcare: How Data-Driven Students Can Help Heal Both

Nov. 28, 2022

Leeds School of Business and the University of Colorado College of Nursing roll out a new Healthcare track within the MS Business Analytics degree. Nurses, facing challenges to providing high-quality care to their patients, will now be able to improve outcomes by using data to inform pivotal decisions. The Leeds...

New students walk as parents cheer them on at orientation.

In a Class of Their Own: Leeds’ First-Years are Poised to Impress

Sept. 19, 2022

The Class of 2026 at Leeds is among the largest, most academically gifted and culturally diverse on record.

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For Michael Leeds, it’s Values, Not Medals, That Matter Most

May 4, 2022

As CU honors Leeds at graduation, he’s more proud of a business school that prizes ethics, diversity and responsibility. Michael Leeds speaks at an event on the CU Boulder campus. When he and his family made the naming gift to the university’s business school, “we heard ‘business ethics’ was an...


Free Tax Assistance Offered by Leeds School of Business Students On Hold

Jan. 12, 2022

The Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder is offering free tax preparation services to taxpayers with household income of $56,000 or less,

A black-and-white photo of David Bolen running on a track.

Passing the Torch: CU’s First Olympian Says Sports, Diplomacy Go Hand in Hand

Aug. 6, 2021

David Bolen's accomplishments in the 1948 Summer Games were only the start of a lifetime spent creating impact on a global scale. David Bolen's achievements on the track got him a spot on the 1948 U.S. Olympic team, but he achieved even greater success in the diplomatic service as an...

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“Changing the Face of Real Estate” Launches to Build a More Diverse Industry

April 1, 2021

This spring, the Leeds School of Business announced the Changing the Face of Real Estate initiative, an effort to inspire more diverse students, including women, students of color and first-generation college students, to pursue careers in real estate. The announcement came at the 24 th Annual Real Estate Forum hosted...

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Getting a Taste of Impact in the Natural and Organic Industry

Nov. 3, 2020

Four teams faced off to determine whose solution would win the final round of CESR’s 2020 Natural and Organic Case Competition. On the day before Halloween, the stage was set for the four finalist teams in Leeds’ first regional Natural and Organic Case Competition , hosted by the Center of...