the Daniels Difference
July 7, 2020
When a huge group of workers moved to remote working in March due to COVID-19, Allyson Lindsey and Meghan Eifealdt didn't bat an eye. The two
July 1, 2020
Post-graduate business programs aren’t a one-size-fits all. That’s why Daniels College of Business offers two different programs, taking into ...
June 29, 2020
If it’s the peak you seek, one path to the top is good, but it never hurts to have options. The Daniels College of Business provides two ...
June 26, 2020
Although the pandemic has been tough on hosts, Daniels professor contends the business is well-positioned for a future rebound in travel As ...
June 24, 2020
As part of the Daniels graduate admissions team for more than five years, director Samantha Nesper has evaluated a broad spectrum of ...
June 22, 2020
Good communication skills are important anytime, but in the time of COVID-19 it’s especially vital. Many of us are working from home and ...
June 17, 2020
Editor’s note: When we need subject matter experts, the Daniels communications team often turns to our faculty to lend insight into everything
June 15, 2020
Daniels alumnae embrace the power of positive friendships Nine women embarked on a laughter-and-wine-fueled scavenger hunt—complete with selfies
June 12, 2020
When Steven Cruz arrived at the University of Denver, he didn’t even know what Commencement was. That’s partly because, growing up, he ...
June 10, 2020
Madeline Brooks came to the University of Denver with a plan. In three years, she would earn a dual master’s degree and fulfill her dream ...
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.
Janet is the director of finance and administration for HERS. She's researching how to move more women into senior leadership and board positions.
Joy came to Daniels "because it's the only management program in the country to emphasize the importance of leadership."
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.
"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."
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.
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.
"I was looking for a business school that was reputable and had an extensive alumni network that encompassed different industries for potential networking opportunities."
"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."