Research & Initiatives

Research & Initiatives

College of Business Research & Initiatives

We're not just teaching cutting-edge discoveries. We are helping to create them.
Our faculty and students are actively involved in research projects that directly impact the theory, practice, and teaching of business. Explore the breadth of research happening within the walls of Dwire Hall, in categories ranging from cybersecurity management and business analysis to organizational behavior and business ethics.

Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative

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The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Collegiate Program at UCCS College of Business is a resource for principle-based ethics education serving students, educators, and the business community. The DFEI Collegiate Program at UCCS was launched in 2010 as one of eight business schools of the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Collegiate Program. The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative founded by Bill Daniels strives to deliver principle-based ethics education and reinforce the value of ethical business and personal conduct.

UCCS Economic Forum

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The UCCS Economic Forum is the premier resource for local economic information - provided for and supported by local business and government partners. The Forum provides an opportunity to learn about the trends and dynamics occurring nationally, statewide, in the Colorado Springs community- and how they will impact your business.

Cybersecurity Programs

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As the business landscape continues to digitalize, the possibilities for cybercrime and hacking have increased exponentially. Data breaches and hacks can cause irreparable damage to companies - both big and small. How do businesses protect their information while attacks are happening every single day? The answer is Cybersecurity Management.

Center for Entrepreneurship

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The Center for Entrepreneurship is dedicated to promoting entrepreneurship, venture creation, and economic development in the Southern Colorado region. It achieves these objectives through its extensive research, teaching, and service activities. The Center for Entrepreneurship faculty members are active scholars and authors, presenting their work in venues around the world.

Research Spotlights

Dr. Gary Klein and Dr. Gurvirender Tejay
Organizational Cybersecurity Journal
Dr. Blaise Sonnier
Tax Law
Dr. Donald D. Warrick
Organizational Development
Dr. Spencer Harris
Sport Management
Dr. Ying Fan
Business Analysis, Service Operations