Graduating seniors Jake Hurwitz and Nathan Moses
Graduating Leeds Scholar co-founds startup to support student entrepreneurs

May 12, 2017

Jake Hurwitz and his business partner Nathan Moses, both graduating from CU Boulder this week, co-founded a company that supports student entrepreneurs through multimedia efforts including webinars, podcasts, and mentor-driven workshops. The company was voted one of the top startups to watch in 2017 by Built in Colorado.Read more »
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Professor Philip Fernbach discusses cognitive biases and public speaking success for Inc.

May 9, 2017

To aspiring leaders seeking advice, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says not to be a know-it-all, but a “learn-it-all.” Cognitive scientists including Philip Fernbach, Assistant Professor of Marketing in the Leeds School of Business, agree with Nadella, saying that simply being aware of inherent biases is the key to excelling in both business and life.Read more »
Multicultural Business Student Association Academic Awards Banquet
Students honored at diversity awards banquet

May 8, 2017

Each year the Multicultural Business Student Association (MBSA) honors students and recognizes their achievements with this academic awards banquet. The theme of this year’s banquet was empowering each other and embracing differences – an opportunity to recognize the value of diversity in achieving excellence. One of the highlights from the... Read more »
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Leeds reclaims Rocky Mountain Challenge trophy in real estate challenge

May 8, 2017

Leeds reclaimed the top spot in this year’s National Association of Industrial and Office Properties ( NAIOP) Rocky Mountain Challenge real estate competition . The winning team was composed of four Leeds’ MS real estate students, two MBA students, and one master of urban and regional planning student. The team,... Read more »
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CU alumni open café in Leeds during finals week

May 1, 2017

Coffee is returning to Leeds! Method Roasters, run by local entrepreneurs and Buff alumni, Alex Rawal and Kade Gianinetti will open a café, with a targeted grand opening set for the week of May 8 in the Koelbel building near the current business library. The café will remain open throughout... Read more »
Leeds participates in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program, providing free tax assistance to low income residents
Leeds helps residents receive $461K in tax refunds through IRS program

April 26, 2017

For the 8th year in a row, students from Leeds and the Law School with faculty help volunteered to prepare taxes for free through the Internal Revenue Service’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, which provides free tax preparation services for low-income residents. For the 2016 tax season, Leeds students... Read more »
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Assistant Professor Bart de Langhe examines the pitfalls of linear thinking in a nonlinear world

April 19, 2017

Decades of research in cognitive psychology show that the human mind struggles to understand nonlinear relationships—that is, relationships between two factors in which a change in one factor does not correspond with constant change in the other. In business, there are many highly nonlinear relationships. To avoid costly misjudgments, it’s important to recognize when they’re in play.Read more »

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