Academics & Research

Quick Questions: Ethics expert Donald Mayer on the Panama Papers

Donald Mayer is a clinical professor in the business ethics and legal studies department of the Daniels College of Business. He is the co-editor of “Good Business: Exercising Effective and Ethical Leadership” (Taylor & Francis Inc., 2010).   Q: What are the Panama Papers? A: The Panama Papers are a […]

Social work professor helps implement restorative justice in Denver public schools

Social work professor helps implement restorative justice in Denver public schools

Intentionally or not, public school disciplinary systems tend to unfairly target students of color, says Yolanda Anyon, assistant professor at the University of Denver’s Graduate School of Social Work. According to civil rights data, more than half of students involved in school-related arrests are Latino and African-American. “Once someone is […]

Alumnus Gen. George Casey shares his insight with international studies students

For the fifth consecutive year, DU’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies welcomed retired Army Gen. George Casey Jr. for the first two weeks of the spring quarter. Casey, who received his master’s from the Korbel School (then the Graduate School of International Studies) in 1980, served as chief of […]

Scholar demystifies industrial success in developing economies

Scholar demystifies industrial success in developing economies

Christine Ngo, an assistant professor in the economics department, studies the political economics of developing countries. In 2011–12, Ngo worked as a junior economist for the United Nations Conference for Trade and Development in Geneva. The job aligned with her research and put her at the center of much diplomatic […]

Business students tackle diversity issue for Charles Schwab

Seven student teams presented their ideas on how to recruit diverse tech talent for Charles Schwab as part of the Inclusive Excellence Business Case Competition April 15 at the University of Denver. This is the seventh year the Daniels College of Business has organized the competition. “This is a signature […]

Bloomberg ranks Daniels top undergrad business program in Colorado

The University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business ranks No. 56 on Bloomberg Businessweek’s 2016 list of best undergraduate business schools in the U.S. Daniels is the top-ranked undergraduate business school in Colorado, ranking above the Leeds School of Business at CU-Boulder (No. 62) and Colorado State University (No. 90). […]

Renewable energy course addresses DU’s sustainability objectives

The University of Denver Sturm College of Law worked with DU’s Center for Sustainability and Sustainability Council to create the Renewable Energy Law Project, a spring semester class taught by Professor K. K. DuVivier. The class brings together graduate students from DU’s law, business and engineering programs to assist the […]

$500,000 gift promotes new focus on Israel at Daniels College of Business

Michael and Kathy Azeez, alumni of DU’s Daniels College of Business, see Israel as a booming center for innovation and business. The couple recently donated $500,000 to fund two major projects at the business school that they hope will inspire students through travel to the country and programs that capture […]

Anthropology professor leads research trips to WWII internment camp

Anthropology professor leads research trips to WWII internment camp

As a historical archaeologist in DU’s department of anthropology, Bonnie Clark uses documents and artifacts to study the fabric of everyday life. Her current research involves investigating and preserving the tangible history of Amache, Colorado’s World War II-era Japanese-American internment camp. “Amache is a reminder of the high human cost […]

Bruce Smith appointed new dean of the Sturm College of Law

Bruce Smith appointed new dean of the Sturm College of Law

The University of Denver has appointed Bruce Smith as dean of its Sturm College of Law, effective July 1, 2016. Smith comes to DU from the University of Illinois College of Law, where he has served as a tenured professor since 2006, as Guy Raymond Jones Faculty Scholar since 2009, […]