The University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business today announced it will partner with the National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) to help in recruiting diverse scholarship candidates for Daniels MBA and Masters graduate programs. NSHMBA will place the Daniels scholarship listing and direct links to the Daniels application process on its University Partnership webpage as well as local and national marketing of the scholarship program.
“Today’s business world is globally connected. Today, organizations need to have a diversity of viewpoints that provide the foundation to challenge assumptions, offer fresh perspectives and find creative solutions,” said Daniels Dean Christine Riordan. “Our partnership with NSHMBA will provide access to recruiting the best and brightest MBA candidates across the country to help them in transforming business.”
NSHMBA’s Denver Chapter hosted a Leadership, Education and Diversity event to for students, business professionals, and community members to hear career experiences and best practices shared by national and local business experts. Gus Barajas, NSHMBA’s Denver Chapter Vice President of Membership, welcomed Daniels to the NSHMBA family at the official signing ceremony.
NSHMBA was created in 1985 as a non-profit organization. Widely known as the “Premier Hispanic Organization,” NSHMBA serves 37 chapters and nearly 15,000* members in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. NSHMBA is dedicated to building and advancing Hispanic leadership, increasing the number of Hispanics graduating from master’s business degree programs, and providing our members with world-class career management programs. For more information visit www.nshmba.org.
The Daniels College of Business
Founded in 1908, The Daniels College of Business is the top-ranked business college at the University of Denver, one of the country’s premier private universities. Daniels is globally recognized as a leader in providing an immersive and engaged business education. Grounded in ethics, our educational experience not only teaches students, it transforms lives. As a learning community, our students, faculty and staff nurture service, outreach and personal integrity as we proactively tackle the tough business issues of our day.
In April, 2012, the Daniels College of Business team placed first out of nearly 1,000 students at 25 leading business schools worldwide in the Aspen Institute’s 2012 Business & Society International MBA Case Competition, which challenged competitors to tackle a new case study and recognizes students who innovate at the intersection of corporate profitability and environmental, social and ethical issues. In March, 2012, Bloomberg Businessweek placed the Daniels undergraduate program at No. 57in the U.S. In November, 2011, Global CEO Magazine ranked Daniels as the top business school in the Western U.S. and Bloomberg Businessweek ranked the Daniels College of Business Professional MBA program No. 25 in the U.S. as well as No. 5 in the Southwest Region.