Nearly 1,300 emerging business leaders graduate from CSU's College of Business every year

As a College, we are guided by the belief that business, free enterprise, and all those involved in our community have the power to create change and enhance the quality of life in Colorado and around the globe and the faculty instill that belief in everyone they teach. CSU's College of Business faculty also teach in our experientially based undergraduate program with nine concentrations and in our top-ranked graduate programs.

The highly challenging Global Business Academy courses and activities are taught by distinguished faculty members from the College of Business and other colleges across campus at Colorado State University.

 

Lumina S. Albert, Ph.D., CSU

Associate Professor, Department of Management, Inclusive Excellence Fellow and Daniels Ethics Fellow

Lumina Albert

Lumina Albert's research seeks to extend knowledge of social justice, ethical behavior, and interpersonal relationships in the business world.

 

"I loved every moment of teaching the Global Business Academy! The students were engaged, enthusiastic and eager to learn. This is one of my favorite initiatives in the College of Business, and being involved in the Academy has given me great joy and a sense of fulfillment. It is a 'world class' experience for students." – Lumina Albert

 

Paulo Borges de Brito, CSU

Instructor, Department of Management, Inclusive Excellence Fellow

Paulo Brito

Paulo Brito is a faculty instructor in the Department of Management and an Inclusive Excellence Fellow. He teaches international business.

 

"There is something about approaching the ‘last years’ of school that instills a sense of urgency. I like to push GBA students a little harder, and it is amazing how they respond. They know they are no longer children and that it is time to get serious about what's next. I love the excitement we had in our international negotiation simulation exercise and how it related to their different cultural backgrounds and also how important it will be for their business decisions if they decide to do business overseas." – Paulo Brito

 

 

Mark Gasta, CSU

Associate Professor, Human Dimensions of Natural Resources

Mark Gasta

Mark Gasta, Ed.D. is an associate professor in the Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources at CSU and program coordinator of the adventure tourism graduate certificate.

"It fills me with energy to interact with purpose-driven students!  What a pleasure it was to engage with these bright, inquisitive young men and women.  They were incredibly engaged, committed to learning, and I have no doubt that they will ultimately make a positive and lasting difference in the world." – Mark Gasta

 

 

Scott Shrake, Ph.D., CSU

Director, Institute for Entrepreneurship

Scott Shrake

Scott Shrake promotes entrepreneurship, innovation, product development, and commercialization for CSU students, faculty, and community members.