Entrepreneurship is one of the oldest practices, but one of the newest to business education. This academic field is growing quickly at Colorado State University thanks to the exceptional faculty and staff members in the management department in the College of Business.
Dawn DeTienne has had a leading role in the development of CSU’s entrepreneurship programs and curriculum in her 10 years at the University. She celebrates this milestone and her dedication to entrepreneurial business this year.
DeTienne has always considered herself a Ram. She earned her MBA at CSU in 1999, and planted her roots in the green and gold. Her entrepreneurial passions led her to pursue her Ph.D. in business and strategy at a neighboring university, then to her first teaching position at Utah State. She was excited to return to Colorado State in 2006 to further develop the entrepreneurship curriculum.