Kai Larsen poses in the atrium of the Rustandy Building.

‘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?

Yonca Ertimur poses outside of the Koelbel Building in professional attire.

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.

A young woman sits in a chair in a mall, looking exhausted, surrounded by small shopping bags.

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.

Tony Kong poses on the quad with his award. The mountains are visible in the background.

When Trust Goes Bust: New Research Offers Lessons on Culture, Crisis and Employee Performance

Sept. 6, 2022

One of Leeds' newest professors was recognized this summer with a Best Paper Award from the Academy of Management for his work on trust trajectories.

A worker holds a semiconductor chip up for inspection before adding it to a computer processor.

CHIPS Ahoy? Federal Incentives No Guarantee of More U.S.-Made Semiconductors

Aug. 8, 2022

Will the federal CHIPS Act rescue domestic semiconductor manufacturing? One Leeds expert weighs in.

Dan Zhang in a relaxed pose near a brick wall.

Making Sure MBAs R Prepared for Data-Focused Future

Aug. 2, 2022

The Leeds Class of 2022 honored Dan Zhang for an analytics course that emphasizes applications of data to business problems.

The Stanley Cup on display in the Hockey Hall of Fame.

In Stanley Cup Final, an Avalanche of Demand Sends Ticket Prices Soaring

June 15, 2022

A Leeds analytics expert says teams’ box-office strategies are ‘leaving a lot of money on the table’ for resellers.​ The Stanley Cup on display in the Hockey Hall of Fame. Colorado last qualified for the final round of the Stanley Cup playoffs in 2001—part of the reason the resale ticket...

A group of professors discussing their work around a table while a colleague writes notes at a whiteboard in the background.

Data Quality: Leeds Wants to Shape the Conversation on Improving Business Analytics

June 13, 2022

Experts from industry and academia came to Boulder for a conference assessing the challenges facing this discipline.​ A small group of professors identifies challenges facing the business analytics master's programs they run at their schools. The format allowed for shared experiences and candor about the challenges these programs face. Below...

Shaun Davies presenting at the podium. Students watching the talk can be seen in the foreground.

Lecture Series Honors Alumnus Who Was ‘A Presence—Not Just in Size, But in Terms of His Voice’

March 31, 2022

Leeds professor delivers inaugural talk in Steven Lindstrom Pardo Memorial Finance Lecture Series. Leeds professor Shaun Davies opened his talk by explaining the daunting research and publication process, as well as the value new research offers to a classroom. He also shared stories of his friendship with Steve Pardo, his...

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CU Honors Leeds Dean, ‘An Incredible Mentor and Advisor,’ with Excellence in Leadership Award

March 26, 2022

Matusik recognized for the vision and leadership she’s brought to the business school at CU Boulder​. Dean Sharon Matusik, right, listens as Todd Saliman, president of the University of Colorado, recognizes her as the winner of the Excellence in Leadership Award. ‘You’ve made the Leeds School into an amazing place...