Discover the power of the Daniels Pioneer Network.

Catch up with old friends, make new contacts and expand your skills. Join us at a Daniels College of Business or University of Denver alumni event.

Daniels Alumni Events

Daniels hosts events that foster alumni networking and professional development including the Daniels Pioneer Connections networking nights, Daniels Nights at DU sporting events, Snow Ball, Voices of Experience speaker series, Daniels Seminar Series, Marketing Roundtable and Supply Chain Roundtable. Many of the schools and departments at Daniels also host special events for their alumni.

Town Hall 2016: An Evening with William Cohan @ Margery Reed Hall 113, Reiman Theater
Oct 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Join us for a presentation and Q&A with William Cohan, best-selling author of The Money and Power: How Goldman Sachs Came to Rule the World, House of Cards, The Last Tycoons, and The Price of Silence. Read his full bio at Sponsored by: The School of Accountancy & Truth in Accounting

Using Analytics to Fight Fraud- BIA Fall Breakfast @ Anderson Academic Commons
Oct 28 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am

Come join Grant Thornton for an interactive presentation on how data analytics is used to fight fraud! Learn about the way analytics are used to highlight suspicious behavior, how visualization can detect correlations, and how artificial intelligence can be applied to identify risk indicators and automate routine monitoring.


Sponsored By: Grant Thornton

Mocktail Hour with Daniels Alumni @ Joy Burns Center, Classroom 229 and Tuscan Ballroom
Nov 2 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Learn the essentials of networking from an employer with etiquette expertise, and put it to use during a mocktail hour with DU alumni!


Beverages and light appetizers provided. Business Casual attire.

Fall Finance Forum @ Joy Burns Center, Tuscan Ballroom
Nov 4 @ 7:30 am – 9:30 am

The Impact of the Presidential Election on Financial Markets, Investing, and Long-Term Investment Planning

On November 8, we will know who the President will be for the next four years. We will also know the makeup and political mix of the new Congress that will be with the President. While we don’t yet know the result of the election, the two choices for President suggest potentially very different policies and consequences for the world of finance and our economy. What can we expect for our financial markets and institutions? What should individuals do with respect to their investments and their long-term investment planning? Join us for a discussion with panelists who have a wealth of experience and knowledge to help us understand what might happen next.

Networking and Breakfast from 7:30–8 a.m.
Presentation from 8–8:45 a.m. 
Q&A and Final Remarks from 8:45–9:30 a.m.