Stefanie Johnson, Assistant Professor
Dr. Stefanie Johnson Comments on Workplace Diversity through Technology in The Economist

Feb. 21, 2017

Blind recruiting is the practice of removing personally identifiable information from applicants, and it’s gaining popularity in HR departments. Dr. Stephanie Johnson talks with The Economist to examine discrimination in the workplace and software technologies that promise to remove gender and ethnic bias from the hiring process.Read more »
Leeds student Nathan Goodman
Denver Post highlights Leeds evening MBA program & diverse educational resources at CU South Denver campus

Feb. 21, 2017

Location, program structure, and collaboration with metro area businesses are making the Leeds evening MBA a valuable option for those in the South Denver area to advance their careers. Leeds student Nathan Goodman remarked, “I like that it’s two-year. You don’t have to pick your classes; They set the schedule. They serve dinner every night. It’s very supportive to make sure you have what you need to succeed.”Read more »
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Leeds School takes top spots in this year’s Business Diversity and Business Ethics Case Competition

Feb. 21, 2017

For the second-consecutive year, Leeds students were awarded top honors over the weekend at the Leeds School for Business Diversity, and Business Ethics Case Competition (DBECC) hosted in collaboration with the Office of Diversity Affairs and the Center for Education on Social Responsibility. The competition invited undergraduate students from Leeds... Read more »
Dr. Philip Fernbach
Professor Philip Fernbach to Research the Cognitive Basis of Extremism

Feb. 13, 2017

Philip Fernbach, Assistant Professor of Marketing in the Leeds School of Business, received a $165,000 fellowship grant to conduct a two-year research project examining the question “What makes us argue so heatedly over things we know so little about?” His project, The Cognitive Basis of Extremism , will explore how... Read more »
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January in Japan—23 Students Participate in Leeds Global Experience

Feb. 9, 2017

“Sumimasen!” This Japanese word proved invaluable for Leeds students to get someone's attention, say thank you, or even sorry when participating in a recent trip to Japan in January. For these 23 students, this experience proved to be enriching as they learned how international cultures and businesses operate and took... Read more »




Michael Leeds, CESR, PRME

The UN drafts a road map for the future of business education

Business, management schools and Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) convened at the 2017 Global Forum for Responsible Management Education – 10 Years of PRME, of the UN-supported Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative, held at UN Headquarters and Fordham University in New York City from 18-19 July 2017. Here, they...
Geoie Writer
Gratitude to two esteemed board members
FGX Germany
Students explore ethical business in Germany
Kimbal Musk
Getting to the Core of Real Food with Kimbal Musk at the 7th Annual Conscious Capitalism Conference