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Assistant Director of Recruitment, GEM Program CU Denver, Business School

My wife and I recently moved to Denver, CO for my current position as the Assistant Director of Recruitment for the GEM (Global Energy Management Program) at CU-Denver. My current job with the...

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  • Jun 7, 2019

Join GEM Alumni Lee Morrison and Marissa Anderson in this Webinar Panel focusing on the future of the Oil & Gas Industry (Global Energy Management Master of Science Program at the University of Colorado Denver). Lee & Marissa will draw from their experience in the Oil & Gas sector to discuss the most pressing issues/trends facing the Oil & Gas industry today. We will also discuss how the GEM Program gives students the tools/business skills to be the future energy leaders to deal with these changes.

In this one-hour webinar we will also address:

  • Global impact/future of the Oil & Gas sector
  • Transition of Oil & Gas with other energy sectors
  • Leadership & Big Data in Oil & Gas Industry
  • How the GEM Program helps Oil & Gas Professionals with business & leadership skills 
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Matt Chester on Jun 8, 2019

Appreciate posting the continuation of this series-- it's defintiely an interesting listen that I'd recommend to anyone involved in these industries. Hope you keep them coming!

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