Guest Post by GSBC Faculty Member Roger Guerin: “It is the faculty that makes the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado what it is today,” often states Graduate School of Banking at Colorado (GSBC) President Tim Koch, and I believe this to be of the utmost truth.
As the COVID-19 situation continues to unfold, we at GSBC want to assure our students, alumni and supporters that we are closely considering the appropriate actions for each of our upcoming programs, and are planning accordingly to assure the safety of our constituents and the general public.
Guest post by the GSBC Bank Management Simulation faculty (Becky Buhr, Jonathan Finley, Roger Guerin, Perry Haralson, Michelle Hodge, Brent Klanderud, Jeff McDonald, Cathy Morrissey, Lance Nunn and Kathy Schwerdtfager).
GSBC faculty members hail from across the country to come to Boulder each July. They help shape community bankers’ careers and futures, and make lasting impacts on every student they teach.
We asked, and GSBC alumni delivered! Since they spent a total of six weeks (42 days!) in Boulder, we wanted to know the lasting impression Boulder had on our former students.
The University of Colorado Boulder has served GSBC well since the school’s founding in 1950, and has provided GSBC students an immaculate campus to learn and network.
The town of Boulder, with its iconic Flatirons mountains, historic downtown and blue skies is more than just a pretty setting for the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado (GSBC).
Come out and join fellow classmates, faculty, trustees, alumni and friends for a fun-filled day on the greens with a marvelous view of the Colorado Rocky Mountains! Legacy Ridge Golf Course is located in Westminster, CO, just 20 minutes from Boulder.
For 70 years, the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado (GSBC) has been America’s premier community banking school. Since 1950, GSBC has been entrusted by the financial services industry to develop its leaders with world-class education and unmatched networking opportunities, all at the foot of the Rocky Mountains.
Two Nebraskans met at GSBC. By nurturing this friendship, they became coworkers seven years later. Read Allen Chaffee’s reflection on he and Barry Lockard’s friendship.
A story about how Colorado brought two Arkansas community bankers together, Natalie Bartholomew tells how meeting Erica at GSBC has made a lasting impact.
Thirty years after GSBC, four ladies have remained the best of friends. Read Becky Sorbel’s reflection on the friendship they developed at GSBC.