Monthly Archives: June 2012

Entrepreneur Competition for $50,000 in Equity Investment

Ten of Denver’s most influential entrepreneurs will compete for a coveted spot on the (i4c) Campaign’s 2012 Cohort Friday, July 13, 2012 at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House. To qualify for a $50,000 investment and a place in the Galvanize … Continue reading

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Alumni Profile: Dillon Long

Dillon Long is a recent graduate of Leeds, having completed the five year concurrent BS/MS program in accounting. After graduating last month, he headed to the Big Apple where he started work at PricewaterhouseCoopers’ New York Metro office on the real estate tax team … Continue reading

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Private Philanthropy for CESR Gains Momentum

The State of Colorado currently accounts for less than five percent of the University of Colorado’s budget. Fortunately, private donors have stepped in to provide the resources needed for programs like CESR to excel. This year alone, CESR has raised … Continue reading

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Leeds Takes the Lead on Ethics Within Academia

Professor John Lynch, Director of the Center for Research on Consumer Financial Decision Making at Leeds School of Business, wrote a letter to the editor published in Science Magazine. He decried the practice by some journal editors to increase their … Continue reading

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