the Daniels Difference
February 21, 2020
Since 2015, Teaching Associate Professor of Marketing Michael Myers has taken students from his marketing, tech and innovation class to South by ...
February 17, 2020
Former Special Operations Officer Eric Maddox reveals the surprising interrogation technique that led to the capture of ‘Ace of Spades’ Saddam ...
February 14, 2020
Everyone needs an escape now and then — a respite from deadlines, projects and exams. For folks who like to slip between the covers of a ...
February 11, 2020
At the Daniels College of Business, graduate students are expected to earn a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0. The point at which a student drops ...
February 7, 2020
Although “Little Women” was written more than a century ago, its themes—societal expectations, fairness, love, loss, gender equity, class ...
February 5, 2020
As her pupils squirm, Ali Boyd is smiling. After all, these are people used to being in control. But on this December day, the supervisors, ...
January 31, 2020
As part of the Denver MBA program, students have the opportunity to travel internationally for the Global Challenge, tackling a ...
January 29, 2020
TTEC Scrum Master Nadeen Khweis credits Daniels’ MSM program for launching her career As a University of Denver undergraduate majoring in ...
January 27, 2020
From the day his father brought home an IBM desktop computer in 1982, Sean Bair (EMBA 2006) has been searching for ways to make his life ...
January 23, 2020
University of Denver students who are digital ninjas will soon have a new resource for deepening their experience and building their resumes.
"What surprised me most about business school is how close-knit the community is, especially within each cohort. I never thought my classmates would turn into my friends so quickly."
Janet is the director of finance and administration for HERS. She's researching how to move more women into senior leadership and board positions.
"The out-of-the-classroom experience has been the most incredible. It’s opened my eyes to industry that I didn’t even know about: some big commercial construction players."
Ever since an internship early in her career, Stephanie knew that she was fascinated by analytics. At Daniels she learned to use data to drive decisions.
Alice came to Daniels to build on her background in engineering. She’s now COO for the company where she interned during her MBA program.
"Daniels provides ample opportunities to meet the Big 4 accounting firms. Without that opportunity, it would have been impossible to get my foot in the door."
Using the skills she learned working on real-world problems at Daniels, and with support from Career Services, Kristen stepped up to a position as a financial analyst.
Joy came to Daniels "because it's the only management program in the country to emphasize the importance of leadership."
Having always worked in the public sector, Barry wanted to learn more about the challenges and opportunities of the private sector without putting his career on hold.