Maggie Rodney

Maggie Rodney (MBA’22)

May 6, 2022

When the perfect opportunity comes along, it’s hard to say no. That’s how Maggie Rodney wound up accepting a full-time job in January, five months before completing her Leeds MBA. That’s a heavy load, but Rodney isn’t intimidated by a full calendar—as a full-time student, she was chief of staff...

Anna Bedell

Anna Bedell (Mktg’25)

May 6, 2022

Anna Bedell has multiple scholarships from CU Boulder to help pay for her education. She sees those gifts as an investment in not just her education, but in herself and her future. “Because of my scholarships, I hold myself to a higher standard—it feels like people are counting on me...

Will Xu

Will Xu (Acct, Fin, InfoMgt’22)

May 6, 2022

For Will Xu, being a scholarship recipient is about financial aid—but also freedom. His CU scholarships gave Xu the flexibility to take extra courses he otherwise may have passed on in order to complete his degree requirements. “A class I loved that I felt I was able to take because...

Marc and Heidi Prisant

Scholarship will Benefit Students Pursuing a Social Responsibility and Ethics Certificate

May 6, 2022

Marc Prisant and Michael Leeds (‘74 finance) went to the same junior and senior high schools in New York. They both went to colleges, albeit different ones, in Colorado. Though they knew of each other, it wasn’t until their high school’s 40th reunion that the two became fast friends, and...

Faculty member and family

The Generosity of Chauncey Beagle

May 6, 2018

Scholarship is a Family Affair for Professor Emeritus At 96, Professor Emeritus Chauncey Beagle still has a twinkle in his eye and a spring in his step. Beagle and his wife, Nancy, live in Boulder and enjoy reading, attending social activities, and planning annual family reunions. With nine grandchildren, eleven...