Category Archives: The Arts

Mark Rabideau at CU Denver College of Arts & Media

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Angie Buckley (entrepreneurship), Amy Foss (career specialist in academic advising), Mark Rabideau (cultural entrepreneurship author and specialist, and Chair of CU Denver’s Department of Music & Entertainment Industry Studies Richard Strasser.
Mark Rabideau and music business professor Storm Gloor
Mark Rabideau speaking to Prof. Storm Gloor’s music marketing class

New Student College of Arts & Media Reception and CU Denver New Student Convocation

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Grecia Portillo, CU Denver Student Body President and a very impressive young woman!
Dr. Raul Cardenas, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Incoming first-year College of Arts & Media students
The student band from the College of Arts & Media, “Squerv” provided the entertainment for the CAM New Student Reception.
First-year College of Arts & Media students leading the cadre of artists and creatives into the New Student Convocation.
Dr. Kim Hunter Reed, Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Higher Education addressed the crowd at the CU Denver New Student Convocation.

June 2017 trip to Cuba for AMPM Music Production Conference by CU Denver faculty and a student from the Department of Music & Entertainment Industry Studies

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Intrepid and talented Music & Entertainment Industry Studies student Isabella Sandoval (B.S., ’17) in Havana

Why Schools Should Teach Entrepreneurship–by Stanford’s Tina Seelig

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Professor of the Practice, Department of Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University

Tina Seelig is Professor of the Practice in Stanford University’s Department of Management Science and Engineering and a faculty director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program. She teaches courses in the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (d.school) and leads three fellowship programs in the School of Engineering that are focused on creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Seelig has also been a management consultant and entrepreneur. She is the author of 17 books, including Insight Out, inGenius, and What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20. She is the recipient of the Gordon Prize from the National Academy of Engineering, the Olympus Innovation Award, and the Silicon Valley Visionary Award

https://www.aspenideas.org/blog/why-schools-should-teach-entrepreneurship