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					COREY A. CIOCCHETTI
UNIVERSITY OF DENVER
DANIELS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ETHICS AND LEGAL STUDIES
2101 SOUTH UNIVERSITY BOULEVARD # 693
DENVER, COLORADO 80208
(303) 871-2391 – office
(303) 522-7110 – mobile
(303) 871-2822 – fax
cciocche@du.edu
BLOG: www.ethicspost.com


ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
    University of Denver
    Denver, Colorado
    Department of Business Ethics and Legal Studies
    Daniels College of Business
    http://portfolio.du.edu/cciocche
    September 2004 – present
    Areas of Expertise: Employment Law, Information Privacy Law, Legal/Ethical Foundations of Business

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER
    Corey Speaks LLC
    Westminster, Colorado
    www.coreyspeaks.com (WEBSITE)
    www.ethicspost.com (BLOG)
    July 2007 – present
    Speaking representation by CAMPUSPEAK

PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER
    Hustle Sports LLC & TheTennisLadder.com
    Westminster, Colorado
    www.hustlesports.com
    March 2002 – January 2008 (business sale completed January 2008)

ASSOCIATE
    Hogan and Hartson LLP
    Denver, Colorado
    Corporate and Securities Practice Group
    March 2003 – March 2004
SUMMER ASSOCIATE
    Brobeck, Phleger and Harrison LLP
    Broomfield, Colorado
    Corporate Practice Group
    Summer 2001

JUDICIAL INTERN
    The Honorable John Kane
    Federal District Court Judge
    United States District Court for the District of Colorado
    Denver, Colorado
    Summer 2000



EDUCATION
JURIS DOCTORATE (2002)
    Duke University School of Law
    Durham, North Carolina
    Justin Miller Award for Citizenship – one awarded per graduating class; inaugural recipient
    DUKE LAW AND TECHNOLOGY REVIEW – Founder and Electronic Commerce Editor
    Christian Legal Society – President

MASTER OF ARTS (1999)
    Department of Religious Studies
    University of Denver: Denver, Colorado
    Area of Emphasis: Early Christianity
    Masters Thesis – Angry Christians: An Interpretation and a Solution

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (1998)
    Department of Finance
    University of Denver, Denver, Colorado
    summa cum laude (3.97 GPA)

BACHELOR OF ARTS (1998)
    Department of Economics
    Department of Political Science (minor)
    University of Denver, Denver, Colorado
    Phi Beta Kappa
    summa cum laude (3.97 GPA)


PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION, LICENSES & MEMBERSHIPS
    PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION
    Outstanding Conference Paper Award – peer-reviewed proceedings, Academy of Legal Studies in
    Business Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado, August 2009

    Inspire Integrity Awards – Regional Finalist, presented by the National Society of Collegiate
    Scholars, the nation’s only student-nominated award for professors who inspire integrity in their
    students, January 2009 (selected as one of fifteen finalists from over 300 nominated professors)

    Prominent Faculty Distinction, Business Week Undergraduate Profiles: University of Denver,
    Daniels College of Business / Academics & Lifestyle, February 2009 (one of three Daniels College of
    Business professors mentioned)

    Scholarship of Teaching Award – awarded by the Daniels College of Business for college-wide
    excellence in teaching, University of Denver, Academic Year 2007-2008

    Invited Convocation Speaker – Your Character Counts, presented at the Research College of Nursing,
    Kansas City, Missouri, September 2008

    Invited Second-Year Symposium Key Note Speaker – Chasing Real Rabbits, presented to the
    University of Denver’s sophomore class, Academic Year 2007-2008

    Student Life Faculty Adviser Award – awarded by the Department of Student Life at the Pioneer
    Awards Ceremony, University of Denver, Academic Year 2006-2007

    Outstanding Professor of the Year – Pioneer Ambassadors, University of Denver Alumni Association,
    University of Denver, Academic Year 2006-2007

    Charles M. Hewitt Master Teacher Competition Award – as voted by over one hundred professors at
    the Academy of Legal Studies in Business Annual Meeting in St. Petersburg, Florida, August 2006

PROFESSIONAL LICENSES
    ADMITTED TO THE COLORADO BAR
        October 2002

    COLORADO REAL ESTATE LICENSE
        July 1998

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
    DUKE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW ALUMNI REGIONAL PARTNERS
        INAUGURAL MEMBER
        June 2007 – present

    ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS
        TECHNOLOGY SECTION MEMBER
        September 2004 – present

    ROCKY MOUNTAIN ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS
        September 2004 – present

    COLORADO BAR ASSOCIATION
        October 2002 – present

    AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION
                October 2002 – October 2006

   PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS
        Program Chair (elected) – ROCKY MOUNTAIN ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS, October
        2010 annual meeting

        Reviewer – AMERICAN BUSINESS LAW JOURNAL, September 2008 – present

        Reviewer – JOURNAL OF LEGAL STUDIES EDUCATION, July 2007 – present

        President – TECHNOLOGY LAW SECTION, ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS, August 2007 –
        August 2008 / Vice President, August 2006 – August 2007

        Proceedings Editor – ROCKY MOUNTAIN ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS, October 2008 /
        September 2007 / September 2004


DISCOVERY
   BOOKS
        REAL RABBITS: CHASING AN AUTHENTIC LIFE
            •    1st edition (Novus Publishing 2006)
            •    2nd edition (self-published 2007)
            •    Over 3,500 copies in print
            •    Adopted in seven courses at various collegiate schools of business

   JOURNAL ARTICLES
 11.   The Frontier of Affirmative Action: Employment Preferences and Diversity in the
       Private Workplace, 12(2) University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law
       (forthcoming spring 2010)

 10.   The Future of Privacy Policies: A Privacy Nutrition Label Filled with Fair Information
       Practices, 26(1) THE JOHN MARSHALL JOURNAL OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATION LAW 1-46
       (2009)

  9.   Preserving Identities: Protecting Personal Identifying Information through Enhanced
       Privacy Policies and Laws (with R. Sprague – University of Wyoming), 19(1) ALBANY
       JOURNAL OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 101-151 (2009)

  8.   Just Click Submit: The Collection and Tagging of Personally Identifying Information,
       10(3) VANDERBILT JOURNAL OF ENTERTAINMENT AND TECHNOLOGY LAW 553-642 (2008),
       LEAD ARTICLE

  7.   Employment Law, Negotiation and the Business Environment: A Cooperative Collective
       Bargaining Negotiation of the National Hockey League Lockout of 2004, 25(1) JOURNAL
       OF LEGAL STUDIES EDUCATION 127-182 (2008)
6.   The Privacy Matrix, 12(2) UNIVERSITY         OF   FLORIDA JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY LAW AND
     POLICY 245-331 (2007)

5.   E-Commerce and Information Privacy: Privacy Policies as Personal Information
     Protectors, 44(1) AMERICAN BUSINESS LAW JOURNAL 55-126 (2007)

4.   Monitoring Employee Email: Efficient Workplaces vs. Employee Privacy, DUKE LAW
     AND TECHNOLOGY REVIEW (2001),
     http://www.law.duke.edu/journals/dltr/articles/2001dltr0026.html

3.   The Internet Opens its Doors for .Biz-ness, DUKE LAW AND TECHNOLOGY REVIEW (2001),
     http://www.law.duke.edu/journals/dltr/articles/PDF/2001DLTR0034.pdf

2.   The Complexities of On-Line Mutual Fund Advertising: A Summary of the Relevant
     Regulations,     DUKE     LAW      AND     TECHNOLOGY      REVIEW      (2001),
     http://www.law.duke.edu/journals/dltr/articles/2001dltr0019.html

1.   Are Online Business Transactions Executed by Electronic Signatures Legally Binding?,
     DUKE LAW AND TECHNOLOGY REVIEW (2001) (with W. Barton, C. Carl and N. Christensen),
     http://www.law.duke.edu/journals/dltr/articles/2001dltr0005.html

 ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLES
5.   Divine Command Theory
             ENCYCLOPEDIA OF BUSINESS ETHICS AND SOCIETY (Robert W. Kolb ed.)
             (Sage Publishing 2007)
             1,000 words
             •    (Encyclopedia won the Outstanding Academic Title at the Current Reviews for
                  Academic Libraries CHOICE Awards)
             •    (Encyclopedia won the Outstanding Publication Award from the BRASS Business
                  Reference Source Committee)

4.   The Golden Rule
             ENCYCLOPEDIA OF BUSINESS ETHICS AND SOCIETY (Robert W. Kolb ed.)
             (Sage Publishing 2007)
             2,000 words

3.   John Stuart Mill
             ENCYCLOPEDIA OF BUSINESS ETHICS AND SOCIETY (Robert W. Kolb ed.)
             (Sage Publishing 2007)
             500 words

2.   Religiously Motivated Investing
             ENCYCLOPEDIA OF BUSINESS ETHICS AND SOCIETY (Robert W. Kolb ed.)
             (Sage Publishing 2007)
             2,000 words
1.    Socially Responsible Investing
             ENCYCLOPEDIA OF BUSINESS ETHICS AND SOCIETY (Robert W. Kolb ed.)
             (Sage Publishing 2007)
             3,000 words

 WORKS IN PROGRESS
       Employee Monitoring: Emerging Issues & Legal Solutions
           To be submitted February 2010 (drafting stage)

       Creating E-Commerce Websites: A Legal Regime
           To be submitted June 2010 (research stage)

 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS AND PAPERS
24.   Employee Monitoring: Walking the Tightrope Between Employee Privacy and Employer
      Liability
             Presented at the ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS ANNUAL MEETING,
             Denver, Colorado (August 2009) (with J. Holcomb / University of Denver)
                 • Outstanding Conference Paper Award
                 • Distinguished Proceedings Selection

23.   The Frontier of Affirmative Action: Employment Preferences and Diversity in the
      Private Workplace
             Presented at the ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS ANNUAL MEETING,
             Denver, Colorado (August 2009)

22.   Making Excellent Decisions: Authentic Success and Character
             Presented at the ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS ANNUAL MEETING,
             Denver, Colorado (August 2009)

21.   I’m An Assistant Professor: Now What?
             Presented at the ROCKY MOUNTAIN ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS
             ANNUAL MEETING, Vail, Colorado (October 2008)

20.   Effective Teaching Strategies
             Presented at the ROCKY MOUNTAIN ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS
             ANNUAL MEETING, Vail, Colorado (October 2008)

19.   Preserving Identities: Protecting Personal Identifying Information through Enhanced
      Privacy Policies and Laws
             Presented with R. Sprague at the ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS ANNUAL
             MEETING, Long Beach, California (August 2008)
18.   Romer v. Evans: Constitutional Law in the Classroom
              Presented at the ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS ANNUAL MEETING, Long
              Beach, California (August 2008)

17.   The Overworking of Young Professionals: The Hope of Young Professionals
              Presented at the ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS ANNUAL MEETING, Long
              Beach, California (August 2008)

16.   The Future of Privacy Policies
              Presented at the ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS ANNUAL MEETING, Long
              Beach, California (August 2008)

15.   Affirmative Action and the Contemporary Workplace
              Presented as part of the Employment Law Roundtable at the ACADEMY OF LEGAL
              STUDIES IN BUSINESS ANNUAL MEETING, Long Beach, California (August 2008)

14.   Protecting Personally Identifying Information in a High-Tech World
              Presented at the MIDWEST BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ASSOCIATION (MBAA)
              INTERNATIONAL/MIDWEST ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS (MSLA)
              REGIONAL MEETING, Chicago, Illinois (April 2008) (with R. Sprague / University of
              Wyoming)

                 • Best Proceedings Paper

13.   Chasing Real Rabbits: Helping Students Live An Authentically Successful Life
              Presented at the ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS ANNUAL MEETING,
              Indianapolis, Indiana (August 2007)

12.   Just Click Submit
              Presented at the ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS ANNUAL MEETING,
              Indianapolis, Indiana (August 2007)
              Presented at the ROCKY MOUNTAIN ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS
              REGIONAL MEETING, Vail, Colorado (September 2007)

11.   Affirmative Action after Grutter v. Bollinger
              Presented at the ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS ANNUAL MEETING,
              Indianapolis, Indiana (August 2007)

10.   The Privacy Matrix and Business
              Presented at the DANIELS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM SERIES,
              Denver, Colorado (February 2007)

9.    Student Debates in the Employment Law Environment
              Presented at the ROCKY MOUNTAIN ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS
            ANNUAL MEETING, Vail, Colorado (September 2006)

8.   The Tagging of Personally-Identifiable Information
            Presented at the ROCKY MOUNTAIN ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS
            ANNUAL MEETING, Vail, Colorado (September 2006)

7.   Negotiation in the Business Environment: Negotiating the NHL Lockout of 2004-05
            Presented at the ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS ANNUAL MEETING:
            CHARLES M. HEWITT MASTER TEACHER COMPETITION, St. Petersburg, Florida (August
            2006)

6.   Information Privacy in the Twenty-First Century: E-Threats and the Privacy Matrix
            Presented at the ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS ANNUAL MEETING, St.
            Petersburg, Florida (August 2006)

5.   Privacy Policies in the Twenty-First Century E-Commerce Environment
            Presented at the DANIELS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM SERIES,
            Denver, Colorado (February 2006)

4.   Religiously-Motivated Investing: Hot Topics in 2005
            Accepted into the refereed proceedings and presented at the ROCKY MOUNTAIN
            ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS ANNUAL MEETING, Vail, Colorado
            (September 2005)

3.   Religiously-Motivated Investors: A Distinct Class of Socially-Responsible Investors
            Presented at the ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS ANNUAL MEETING, San
            Francisco, California (August 2005)

2.   Believer as Shareholder: Strategies Religiously-Motivated Investors Employ to Gain a
     Voice in Twenty-First Century Corporate Governance
            Accepted into the referred proceedings and presented at the ROCKY MOUNTAIN
            ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS ANNUAL MEETING, Vail, Colorado
            (September 2004)

1.   Shareholder Activism
            Accepted into the refereed proceedings and presented at the ROCKY MOUNTAIN
            ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS ANNUAL MEETING, Vail, Colorado
            (September 2004) (with J. Holcomb / University of Denver)

 COURSEPACKS
      THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
          (Self-Published 2006: currently in its Sixth Edition)
          (Adopted by six Daniels College of Business professors for the BUS 1060 / LGST 2000 course)

      THE CONSTITUTION AND BUSINESS
               (Self-Published 2006: currently in its Third Edition)

           EMPLOYMENT LAW AND ETHICS
               (Self-Published 2006: currently in its Third Edition)

     SELECTED CITATION INFORMATION & PUBLICATION IMPACT
           •   My publications have been downloaded over 4,900 times (full-text downloads) on SSRN &
               SelectedWorks/Berkeley Electronic Press since February 2007

           •   E-Commerce and Information Privacy: Privacy Policies as Personal Information Protectors
               served as background reading for the TEXAS LAW REVIEW 2008 JOURNAL WRITE ON
               COMPETITION

           •   A link to my Monitoring Employee E-mail article appeared as the fourth entry out of 7.4 million
               entries on a Google search for “employee privacy” on November 5, 2007

           •   A link to my Monitoring Employee E-mail article appeared as the first entry out of 12 million
               entries on a Google search for “email monitoring” on November 5, 2007

           •   Preserving Identities: Protecting Personal Identifying Information through Enhanced Privacy
               Policies and Laws was listed on SSRN’s Top Ten downloaded lists for the following topic areas:
               (1) eBusiness & eCommerce, (2) Consumer Protection: Online Privacy, (3) Regulation of
               Information & Privacy Issues Involving Consumers and (4) Consumer Privacy (August 2009)

           •   The following chart presents the impact of my Discovery research via a citation and full-text
               download count:


                                 IMPACT OF DISCOVERY RESEARCH
  NUMBER OF         FULL-TEXT
                                                                       ARTICLE TITLE
  CITATIONS         DOWNLOADS
     N/A                  20
                                      THE FRONTIER OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: EMPLOYMENT PREFERENCES AND DIVERSITY
FORTHCOMING 2010                      IN THE PRIVATE WORKPLACE

                                      THE FUTURE OF PRIVACY POLICIES: A PRIVACY NUTRITION LABEL FILLED WITH FAIR
       1                 198          INFORMATION PRACTICES

                                      PRESERVING IDENTITIES: PROTECTING PERSONAL IDENTIFYING INFORMATION THROUGH
       2                  26          ENHANCED PRIVACY POLICIES AND LAWS

                                      JUST CLICK SUBMIT: THE COLLECTION AND TAGGING OF PERSONALLY IDENTIFYING
       3                 231          INFORMATION

                                      EMPLOYMENT LAW, NEGOTIATION AND THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT: A COOPERATIVE
       4                 220          COLLECTIVE BARGAINING NEGOTIATION OF THE NHL LOCKOUT OF 2004

       6                 613          THE PRIVACY MATRIX

                                      E-COMMERCE AND INFORMATION PRIVACY: PRIVACY POLICIES AS PERSONAL
      22                 163          INFORMATION PROTECTORS

      14                  26          MONITORING EMPLOYEE E-MAIL: EFFICIENT WORKPLACES V. EMPLOYEE PRIVACY
      5                    1         THE INTERNET OPENS ITS DOORS FOR .BIZ-NESS

                                     THE COMPLEXITIES OF ON-LINE MUTUAL FUND ADVERTISING: A SUMMARY OF THE
      1                   14         RELEVANT REGULATIONS

                                     ARE ONLINE BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS EXECUTED BY ELECTRONIC SIGNATURES
      2                   30         LEGALLY BINDING

      1                 2,485        DIVINE COMMAND THEORY

      0                  349         THE GOLDEN RULE

      0                  148         JOHN STUART MILL

      0                  152         RELIGIOUSLY MOTIVATED INVESTING

      0                  231         SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTING

                        TOTAL        • Citations collected from various sources
TOTAL CITATIONS
                      DOWNLOADS
      61                             • Full-text downloads collected from SSRN & Berkeley Electronic
                        4,907          Press (AS OF AUGUST 16, 2009)


     DISCOVERY GRANTS AND COURSE RELEASES
           Daniels Scholarship Grant ($10,000), Daniels College of Business, University of Denver (Spring
           2009)

           Daniels Scholarship Grant (one course release), Daniels College of Business, University of Denver
           (Spring 2009)

           Daniels Scholarship Grant ($4,000), Daniels College of Business, University of Denver (Spring 2007)



TEACHING
     STUDENT EVALUATION OF TEACHING SUMMARY
           Highest OVERALL faculty average for student evaluations of teaching, Daniels College of Business
           Faculty (all categories combined: well-organized, genuine interest, enthusiastic, effective instructor,
           learned a great deal and excellent course)
                  Autumn 2004 / Winter 2005 / Spring 2005 / Summer 2005 / Winter 2006 / Spring 2006 /
                  Autumn 2006 / Autumn 2007 / Spring 2008 / Autumn 2008

           Top three OVERALL faculty average for student evaluations of teaching, Daniels College of Business
           Faculty (all categories combined)
                  Autumn 2005 / Spring 2007 / Spring 2009

           Highest TEACHING faculty average for student evaluations of teaching, Daniels College of Business
           Faculty (instructor-specific categories: well-organized, genuine interest, enthusiastic and effective
           instructor)
                  Autumn 2004 / Winter 2005 / Spring 2005 / Summer 2005 / Winter 2006 / Spring 2006 /
                  Autumn 2006 / Spring 2007 / Autumn 2007 / Spring 2008 / Autumn 2008 / Spring 2009
        Perfect INSTRUCTOR-SPECIFIC student evaluations of teaching indicated by a 6.0 on a 6.0 rating scale,
        Daniels College of Business Faculty (instructor-specific categories)
              Spring 2008        The Constitution & Business    (26 students & 104 total responses)
              Spring 2008        The Business Environment       (37 students & 147 total responses)
              Autumn 2007        The Business Environment       (42 students & 168 total responses)
              Autumn 2006        The Business Environment       (42 students & 167 total responses)
              Winter 2006        Employment Law & Ethics        (28 students & 112 total responses)
              Autumn 2006        Employment Law & Ethics        (33 students & 132 total responses)
              Autumn 2006        The Business Environment       (35 students & 140 total responses)
              Autumn 2005        The Business Environment       (38 students & 152 total responses)
              Summer 2005        The Business Environment       (6 students & 24 total responses)


           STUDENT EVALUATION QUESTION                                   ALL COURSES COMBINED
                                                                     (1,054 STUDENTS RESPONDING &
                 (AUTUMN 2004-SPRING 2009)                           6,324 CATEGORIZED RESPONSES)

                            CATEGORY                                       MY AVERAGE SCORE

1.   Overall, this is an effective instructor                                    5.96 / 6.0

2.   Instructor was well-organized                                               5.96 / 6.0

3.   Instructor was enthusiastic                                                 5.98 / 6.0

4.   Instructor shows genuine interest in students                               5.97 / 6.0

5.   Students learned a great deal in this class                                 5.89 / 6.0

6.   Overall, this is an excellent course                                        5.91 / 6.0

•    MY OVERALL AVERAGE (all categories above)                                   5.95 / 6.0

•    MY INSTRUCTOR-SPECIFIC AVERAGE (categories 1-3 & 5)                         5.97 / 6.0

•    MY COURSE-SPECIFIC AVERAGE (categories 4 & 6)                               5.90 / 6.0


    COURSES TAUGHT
        The Business Environment (BUS 1060 / BUS 2000)
              Taught: Autumn 2004 (2 SECTIONS) / Winter 2005 / Spring 2005 / Summer 2005 / Autumn
                      2005 (2 SECTIONS) / Winter 2006 / Spring 2006 / Autumn 2006 (2 SECTIONS) / Spring
                      2007 (2 SECTIONS) / Autumn 2007 (2 SECTIONS) / Spring 2008 (2 SECTIONS) / Autumn
                      2008 (2 SECTIONS) / Spring 2009 (2 SECTIONS)
              Approximate enrollment: 40 students per course

        Employment Law and Ethics (LGST 2960)
         Course creator
         Taught: Winter 2005 / Winter 2006 / Autumn 2006 / Autumn 2007 / Autumn 2008
         Approximate enrollment: 35 students per course

   The Constitution and Business (LGST 2650)
         Course creator
         Taught: Spring 2005 / Summer 2005 / Spring 2006 / Spring 2007 / Spring 2008 / Spring 2009
         Approximate enrollment: 30 students per course

   The Constitution and Ethics (UDCC 1050)
         Course creator
         First-Year Seminar course
         Funded by the University of Denver Marsico Initiative
         Taught: Autumn 2005
         Approximate enrollment: 15 students per course

   The Legal Environment (LGST 1500 & BUS 1060)
         Offered at the Women’s College of the University of Denver
         Taught: Winter 2005 / Spring 2006
         Approximate enrollment: 20 students per course

INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
   Corporate Structures and Choice of Business Entity in the United States and Canada
         Student: Bradley Richardson
         Taught: Spring 2009

   Drug Use and Testing in Sports
         Student: Jonathan Aisner
         Taught: Spring 2009

   Testing in the Employment Environment
         Student: Lindsay Thompson
         Taught: Autumn 2007

   Current Constitutional Issues
         Student: Brian Stern
         Taught: Autumn 2007

   Corporate Law and Ethics
         Student: Ed Johnson
         Taught: Winter 2006

   Constitutional Law and Judicial Nominations
         Student: Matthew Kellond
         Taught: Autumn 2005
   ACADEMIC ADVISING
         Faculty Mentor – mentor approximately fifty Daniels College of Business undergraduate students
         (September 2004 – present)

         First-Year Seminar Mentor – mentor sixteen University of Denver freshman students (September
         2006 – June 2009)

         Faculty Academic Advisor, Association for Character and Ethics (September 2007 – March 2009)

         Faculty Academic Advisor – Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity (Spring 2007 – present)

         Faculty Academic Advisor – Delta Gamma Sorority (Spring 2007 – Winter 2009); Most Improved
         Chapter, academic year 2006-2007; highest sorority grade point average, Winter 2009

         Faculty Academic Advisor – Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity (Spring 2006 – Winter 2009)

         Faculty Academic Advisor – Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraternity (Autumn 2005 –
         Winter 2009)
                 • Pioneer Cup award winner for top student organization (academic year 2007-2008)

         Faculty Academic Advisor, Daniels Christian Community (Spring 2005 – present)

         Faculty Academic Advisor, Business Ethics and Legal Studies Society (Spring 2005 – June 2007)

         Faculty Academic Advisor – Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity (Autumn 2006)


APPLICATION
   INVITED LECTURES AND PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

                                                        2009

  189. Authentic Success Starts in High School, presented to high school juniors, University of Denver
         Volunteers in Partnership Summer Link Program, Denver, Colorado (August 2009)


  188. Real Rabbits: Chasing An Authentic Life, presented to prospective students and their parents, Office of
         Admissions, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (July 2009)


  187. The IPO Process, presented to Professor D. Cox’s graduate External Finance course, University of
         Denver, Denver, Colorado (July 2009)


  186. Real Rabbits: Chasing An Authentic Life, presented to youth leaders, Rotary Youth Leadership
         Awards Rocky Mountain Annual Conference (RYLA), Estes Park, Colorado (July 2009)


  185. Real Rabbits: Chasing An Authentic Life, presented to prospective students and their parents, Office of
         Admissions, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (June 2009)
184. Integrity and Leadership, presented at the Theta Phi Alpha National Leadership Conference, Purdue
      University, West Lafayette, Indiana (June 2009)


183. Real Rabbits: Chasing An Authentic Life, presented at the Insurance Auditors Association of the
      West’s Annual Seminar, Colorado Springs, Colorado (June 2009)


182. Professional Ethics, presented at the CESCO Linguistic Services Interactive Training for Professional
      Interpreters Seminar, Denver, Colorado (June 2009)


181. Real Rabbits: Chasing An Authentic Life, presented to high school admissions counselors, Office of
      Admissions, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (June 2009)


180. Real Rabbits: Chasing An Authentic Life, presented at the Franklin L. Burns School of Real Estate and
      Construction Management Executive Masters Program Residency Reception, Daniels College of
      Business, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (June 2009)
179. Managing Multiple Priorities and Stress Management, presented to elected student body presidents
      and vice-presidents representing twenty Indiana public and private universities and colleges, Indiana
      Collegiate Student Government Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana (May 2009)
178. Ethical Leadership on a College Campus, presented to elected student body presidents and vice-
      presidents representing twenty Indiana public and private universities and colleges, Indiana Collegiate
      Student Government Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana (May 2009)
177. Real Rabbits: Chasing An Authentic Life, presented at the Franklin L. Burns School of Real Estate and
      Construction Management Honors Convocation, Daniels College of Business, University of Denver,
      Denver, Colorado (May 2009)

176. Ethical Leadership, presented to recent MBA graduates, Mesa State School of Business Tenth
      Anniversary Celebration, Grand Junction, Colorado (May 2009)


175. Under the Influence . . . of Stress, presented to undergraduate business students in Professor W.
      Huffman’s International Financial Management class, Mesa State School of Business, Grand Junction,
      Colorado (May 2009)
174. Chasing Real Rabbits, presented to undergraduate business students in Professor T. Chase’s Principles
      of Marketing class, Mesa State School of Business, Grand Junction, Colorado (May 2009)


173. Real Rabbits: Chasing An Authentic Life, presented to undergraduate students in Professor E. Stapp’s
      Business Environment class, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (April 2009)


172. Chasing Real Rabbits, presented to high school admissions councilors from across the country, 2009
      Denver Spring Showcase, University of Denver Office of Admissions, Denver, Colorado (May 2009)


171. Ethics and Morale, presented to executives and staff, Advantage Credit, Evergreen, Colorado (April
      2009)


170. Hustle, Fight, Listen and Laugh, presented to Delta Gamma Sorority, University of Denver, Denver,
       Colorado (April 2009)


169. Real Rabbits: Chasing An Authentic Life, presented to undergraduate students in Professor T. Elias’
       Business Environment class, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (April 2009)


168. Authentic Success, presented to high school seniors and their parents, Cherry Creek Presbyterian
       Church, Denver, Colorado (April 2009)


167. Authentic Success, Faculty Keynote presentation to accepted students and their families at the
       Diversity @ DU Program, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (April 2009)


166. Ethics, Morale and Priorities, Keynote presentation to executives and staff at First Southwest
       Company, Dallas, Texas (April 2009)


165. Authentic Success Starts in High School, presented to high school seniors from West High School,
       University of Denver Volunteers in Partnership Program, Denver, Colorado (April 2009)


164. Under the Influence . . . of Stress, presented to students, faculty and staff during the inaugural Fraud
       and Ethics Day, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Colorado (April 2009)


163. Authentic Success, presented to students, faculty and staff during the inaugural Fraud and Ethics Day,
       University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Colorado (April 2009)


162. Under the Influence . . . of Stress, presented to students and staff at the Western Region Greek
       Association Leadership Conference, San Francisco, California (April 2009)


161. Authentic Success, presented to students and staff at the Western Region Greek Association
       Leadership Conference, San Francisco, California (April 2009)


160. Authentic Success, presented at Power Lunch sponsored by Andiamo! and the Italian American
       Business Association, Denver, Colorado (April 2009)


159. Authentic Success, presented to the Rotary Club of Evergreen, Denver, Colorado (April 2009)


158. Chasing Real Rabbits, presented to University of Denver alumni, University of Denver Pioneer
       Alumni Network Event, Denver, Colorado (April 2009)


157. Authentic Success, presented to students and staff during Creed Week, University of South Carolina,
       Columbia, South Carolina (March 2009)


156. Authentic Success, presented to students and staff, Post University, Waterbury, CT (March 2009)
155. Character, presented to prospective students and their parents, University of Denver, Office of
       Admissions, Denver, Colorado (March 2009)


154. Chasing Real Rabbits, presented to Professor B. Scantland’s Business Environment class, University
       of Denver, Denver, CO (March 2009)


153. Under the Influence . . . of Stress, presented to Professor R. Zall’s Entrepreneurship & Family
       Business class, University of Denver, Denver, CO (March 2009)


152. Chasing Real Rabbits, presented to Professor T. Doherty’s Business Environment class, University of
       Denver, Denver, CO (February & March 2009)


151. Character, presented to the University of Denver Gymnastics Team, Denver, Colorado (February
       2009)


150. Under the Influence . . . of Stress, presented to students at the Mid-American Greek Council
       Association Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO (February 2009)


149. Chasing Real Rabbits, presented to students at the Mid-American Greek Council Association Annual
       Meeting, St. Louis, MO (February 2009)


148. Chasing Real Rabbits, presented to parents, Belleview Elementary School, Denver, CO (February
       2009)


147. Chasing Real Rabbits, Chapel presentation to students, faculty and staff, St. Stevens Episcopal School,
       Austin, TX (February 2009)


146. Chasing Real Rabbits, Keynote presentation to faculty, staff and students during the inaugural
       Business Leadership Week, Texas State San Marcos, San Marcos, TX (February 2009)


145. Authentic Success, presented to Professor J. Hale’s Business Environment class, Texas State San
       Marcos, San Marcos, TX (February 2009)


144. Under the Influence . . . of Stress, presented to University Honors Program students, Texas State San
       Marcos, San Marcos, TX (February 2009)


143. Chasing Real Rabbits, presented to parents and alumni, St. Stevens Episcopal School, Austin, TX
       (February 2009)


142. Choose A University Where You Can . . . , presented to Boettcher Foundation Scholarship finalists at
       the University of Denver Boettcher Reception, Denver, Colorado (January 2009)


141. A New Generation of Character, presented to Lincoln High School students at the University of
       Denver Volunteers in Partnership (VIP) program, Denver, Colorado (January 2009)


140. Perfection, Success and Failure, presented to University of Denver students and staff at the University
       Chaplain’s Food For Thought Discussion Series, Denver, Colorado (January 2009)


139. Character, opening and closing Key-Note addresses presented to the University Housing resident
       assistant and professional staff, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska (January 2009)


138. Fearless Failure, break out presentation to the entire University Housing resident assistant and
       professional staff, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska (January 2009)


137. Under the Influence . . . of Stress, break out presentation to the entire University Housing resident
       assistant and professional staff, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska (January 2009)


136. Getting Real About Online Privacy, break out presentation to the entire University Housing resident
       assistant and professional staff, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska (January 2009)


135. Managing & Ethical Decision-Making During Chaos, presented to CEOs and CFOs of portfolio
       companies at the Altus Capital Partners Summit, Rye Brook, New York (January 2009)


134. Working With Character Between Departments, Key-Note address presented to Residence Life,
       Financial Aid and Student Leadership & Activities professional staff, University of Indianapolis,
       Indianapolis, Indiana (January 2009)
133. Authentic Success, Key-Note address presented to Residence Life resident assistant staff, University of
       Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Indiana (January 2009)




                                                       2008

132. Under the Influence . . . of Stress, Key-Note address presented to professionals, Colorado Council on
       High School & College Relations, 2008 Annual Meeting, Colorado Springs, Colorado (December
       2008)
131. Stressed in High School?, presented to students at Legacy High School, Broomfield, Colorado
       (December 2008)


130. Leadership & Integrity, presented to students and staff at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, Erie,
       Pennsylvania (November 2008)


129. De-Stress and Chase Integrity, presented to students and staff at Washington College, Chestertown,
       Maryland (November 2008)


128. Create School Spirit and Student Engagement, presented to the University of Denver community,
       Denver, Colorado (November 2008)
127. Integrity, presented to Future Business Leaders of America student group from Smoky Hill High
       School, Denver, Colorado (November 2008)


126. Under the Influence . . . of Stress, Key-Note address presented to University of Denver parents and
       students, Parent’s Weekend, Denver, Colorado (October 2008)


125. You Are The Future!, presented to high school students from local high schools, University of Denver
       Volunteers in Partnership (VIP) Program, Denver, Colorado (October 2008)


124. Under the Influence . . . of Stress, presented to Tri Delta Sorority, University of Denver, Denver,
       Colorado (October 2008)


123. Character in the News, presented to prospective students and their parents, University of Denver,
       Office of Admissions, Denver, Colorado (October 2008)


122. Chase Authentic Success, presented at the University of Denver’s Alumni Weekend Symposium,
       Denver, Colorado (October 2008)


121. Chase Authentic Success, Key-Note address presented to students at the 2008 Student Leadership
       Conference, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida (September 2008)


120. Getting Real About Online Privacy: From MySpace to Your World, presented to students at the 2008
       Student Leadership Conference, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida (September 2008)


119. Under The Influence . . . Of Stress, presented to students at the 2008 Student Leadership Conference,
       Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida (September 2008)


118. Recession-Proofing Your Life, presented to students, University of Miami, Miami, Florida (September
       2008)


117. Getting Real About Online Privacy, presented to students, New York Institute of Technology, Old
       Westbury, New York (September 2008)


116. Character in Recruitment, presented Delta Gamma Sorority, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado
       (September 2008)


115. Under the Influence . . . of Stress, presented to students, faculty and staff, The Research College of
       Nursing, Kansas City, Missouri (September 2008)


114. Character and the 2008 Presidential Election, presented to the Colorado College Republicans,
       University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (September 2008)


113. Energy and Competitiveness, presented to Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity, University of Denver,
       Denver, Colorado (September 2008)


112. Character in Recruitment, presented to Delta Gamma Sorority, University of Denver, Denver,
       Colorado (September 2008)


111. Chase Authentic Success, presented to the resident assistant staff, Georgia State University, Atlanta,
       Georgia (August 2008)


110. Today’s Youth and the Virtue of Courage, presented to high school students from local high schools,
       University of Denver Volunteers in Partnership (VIP) Program, Denver, Colorado (August 2008)


109. A Successful College Career, presented to prospective students and their parents, University of
       Denver, Office of Admissions, Denver, Colorado (July 2008)


108. Chase Authentic Success, Priorities & Time Management, presented to departmental staff, University
       of Denver Career Center, Denver, Colorado (June 2008)


107. Under the Influence . . . of Stress, presented to partners, associates and summer associates, Faegre &
       Benson LLP, Denver, Colorado (June & July 2008)


106. You’ve Graduated: It’s Time to Change the World, Key-Note Address presented to members of the
       University of Denver’s senior class, Inaugural Senior Class Banquet, Denver, Colorado (May 2008)


105. Under the Influence . . . of Stress, presented to varsity student athletes, Division of Athletics and
       Recreation, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado and at the University of Denver’s Success
       Seminar Series, Denver, Colorado (May 2008)

104. Resumes, Etc., presented to Delta Gamma Sorority, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (May
       2008)


103. Is Law School for You?, presented with P. Elias to University of Denver students, Denver, Colorado
       (May 2008)


102. Character, Key-Note Address presented to 200 parents, school administrators, teachers and school
       board members, Cherry Creek School District Parents-Information-Network Annual Banquet, Denver,
       Colorado (May 2008)
101. Under the Influence of Stress, Key-Note Address presented to high school councilors, Office of
       Admissions Denver Spring Showcase Program, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (May 2008)


100. How Character Relates to Your Young Life, Key-Note Address presented to 200 high school freshmen
       from Lincoln High School, Office of Admissions VIP Program, University of Denver, Denver,
       Colorado (April 2008)
99.    Religion Has a Place on A Secular Campus, presented at the University of Denver’s Religion on A
       Secular Campus Conference, Denver, Colorado (April 2008)
98.   Have Some Heart, presented to Delta Gamma Sorority, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (April
      2008)


97.   Under the Influence of Stress, presented to Gamma Phi Sorority, University of Denver, Denver,
      Colorado (April 2008)


96.   A Big-Picture Perspective, presented to Professor E. Stapp’s Business Environment Class, University
      of Denver, Denver, Colorado (April 2008)


95.   Stressful Parents: Stressed Students, presented to prospective students and their parents, Office of
      Admissions, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (April 2008)


94.   Chase Real Rabbits, presented to high school juniors from West High School, Office of Admissions
      VIP Program, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (April 2008)


93.   Professionalism, Key-Note Address presented to 100 people at the Beta Alpha Psi Rocky Mountain
      Regional Meeting, Denver, Colorado (March 2008)


92.   A Passion for Knowledge, Key-Note Address presented to 50 high school councilors at the University
      of Denver’s Jesuit High School Councilors Conference, Denver, Colorado (March 2008)


91.   The Ethics of Being a Good Neighbor, presented at the Good Neighbor Forum, Cheyenne, Wyoming
      (March 2008)


90.   Graduate School Success, presented to incoming MBA students, University of Denver, Denver,
      Colorado (March 2008)


89.   The IPO Process, presented to Professor D. Cox's graduate External Financing class, University of
      Denver, Denver, Colorado (March 2008)


88.   Ethics, Success and Reunions, presented to the classes of 1964, 1987 and 1997 at the University of
      Denver’s 2008 Reunion Weekend, Denver, Colorado (March 2008)


87.   Ethics and Entrepreneurship, presented to Professor R. Zall's Family Entrepreneurship class and to
      Professor A. Camillo's Business Policy and Strategy class, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado
      (February 2008)

86.   Stress and Sabbath, presented as part of the University of Denver Chaplin’s Discussion Series,
      Denver, Colorado (February 2008)


85.   Living An Authentically Successful Life, presented to officers at the Colorado State Patrol, Golden,
      Colorado (February 2008)


84.   Chase Authentic Success, presented to 500 high school sophomores and juniors, Regis Jesuit High
      School, Aurora, Colorado (February 2008)


83.   Success and Ethics in College, presented to prospective students and their parents, University of
      Denver, Office of Admissions, Denver, Colorado (February 2008)


82.   Share Success with the Student in Your Life, presented as part of the University of Denver’s Dad’s and
      Granddad’s Weekend, Denver, Colorado (February 2008)


81.   Healing Broken Relationships, presented to Campus Crusade for Christ, Denver, Colorado (February
      2008)


80.   DU is for You, presented to Boettcher Foundation Scholarship finalists, University of Denver, Denver,
      Colorado (February 2008)


79.   Stress and Sabbath, presented as part of the University of Denver Chaplin’s Discussion Series,
      Denver, Colorado (February 2008)


78.   Avoid Excuses, presented to Campus Crusade for Christ, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado
      (February 2008)


77.   Excuses, Excuses, presented at the University of Denver’s Success Seminar Series, Denver, Colorado
      (February 2008)


76.   Election 2008, presented to the Association for Character and Ethics, University of Denver, Denver,
      Colorado (January 2008)


75.   Business Ethics and Authentic Success, presented to the Five Points Business Association, Denver,
      Colorado (January 2008)




                                                     2007

74.   Adults Should Chase Real Rabbits Too, presented to the Colorado Council on High School and
      College Relations Annual Conference, Colorado Springs, Colorado (December 2007)


73.   Professionalism, presented to the Colorado Council on High School and College Relations Annual
      Conference, Colorado Springs, Colorado (December 2007)


72.   Ethical Leadership, presented to the College and University Professional Association for Human
      Resources Regional Conference, Estes Park, Colorado (December 2007)


71.   The Ciocchetti Stress Talk, presented to Campus Crusade for Christ, University of Denver, Denver,
      Colorado (October 2007)
70.   You’re Never Too Young to Think about Authentic Success, presented to high school students from
      Pinnacle Charter School through the Volunteers in Partnership Program, Denver, Colorado (October
      2007)
69.   Finding Your Path, presented with Roadtrip Nation at the Division of Student Life Success Seminar
      Series, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (October 2007)


68.   Know Your Role, Do Your Job, presented to Campus Crusade for Christ, University of Denver,
      Denver, Colorado (October 2007)


67.   The Power of a Story, Key-Note address to presented to 300 people at the Mapleton Education
      Foundation Annual Gala, Westminster, Colorado (October 2007)


66.   Take Control of Your Life, Key-Note address to presented to 175 International Baccalaureate high
      school students at the International Baccalaureate Conference, Denver, Colorado (October 2007)


65.   Teaching Ethics in College Classrooms, presented to faculty members through the Center for Teaching
      and Learning Faculty Seminar Series, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (October 2007)


64.   Think and Engage, presented to the DU College Republicans, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado
      (October 2007)


63.   Keys to Individual and Organizational Success, presented to Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity and
      Delta Sigma Phi Business Fraternity, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (October 2007)


62.   Decisions, College and Life, presented to prospective undergraduate students, Office of Admissions,
      University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (October 2007)


61.   Keys to Success in Law School, presented to Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity, University of
      Denver, Denver, Colorado (October 2007)


60.   Your Character Counts, presented as the initial lecture for the Division of Student Life Success
      Seminar Series, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (September 2007)


59.   Why Adults Cheat, presented at the “Thursdays with Character” Success Series, University of Denver,
      Denver, Colorado (September 2007)


58.   Focus on Authentic Success, Key-Note address to presented to 250 second-year students, Second-Year
      Symposium, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (September 2007)


57.   Make Excellent Decisions, presented to Department of Residence Resident Assistant Staff, University
      of Denver, Denver, Colorado (September 2007)
56.   Recruiting People with Character, presented to the Executive Team of Delta Gamma Sorority,
      University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (September 2007)


55.   Charles M. Hewitt Master Teacher Competition Emcee, presented to the Academy of Legal Studies in
      Business Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana (August 2007)


54.   Be A Good Neighbor, Key-Note address to presented to 100 people at the Good Neighbor Forum, La
      Junta, Colorado (August 2007)


53.   Chasing Real Rabbits and Character as a Team, presented to Office of Undergraduate Admissions
      and Financial Aid, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (August 2007)


52.   Transform Your Character, presented to Upward Bound students, Office of Admissions, University of
      Denver, Denver, Colorado (July 2007)


51.   Character & College, presented to prospective undergraduate students and their families, Office of
      Admissions, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (June 2007)


50.   “Go Forth, Great Battles Are Yet to Be Won,” presented to Daniels College of Business students,
      University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (May 2007)


49.   Character and the Twenty-First Century Professional, presented to prospective undergraduate students
      and their families, Office of Admissions, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (May 2007)


48.   The Importance of Work-Life Balance, presented to Delta Gamma Sorority, University of Denver,
      Denver, Colorado (May 2007)


47.   Hustle/Fight/Listen and Laugh, presented to Campus Crusade for Christ, University of Denver,
      Denver, Colorado (May 2007)


46.   Chase Real Rabbits for a Change, presented to Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraternity,
      University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (May 2007)


45.   Success Seminar: Under the Influence of Stress, presented to Daniels College of Business students,
      University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (May 2007)


44.   What Law School is Really Like, presented to undergraduate students, Phi Alpha Delta Professional
      Pre-Law Society, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (April 2007)


43.   Time Management and Authentic Success, presented to Delta Gamma Sorority, University of Denver,
      Denver, Colorado (April 2007)


42.   Real Rabbits: Chasing an Authentic Life, presented to undergraduate and graduate students, Duke
      University, Durham, North Carolina (April 2007)
41.   Success Seminar: Redeem the Time, presented to Daniels College of Business students, University of
      Denver, Denver, Colorado (April 2007)


40.   Cultivating Relationships in College, presented to Campus Crusade for Christ, University of Denver,
      Denver, Colorado (April 2007)


39.   A Brand-New, Big-Picture Perspective, presented to Delta Gamma Sorority, University of Denver,
      Denver, Colorado (April 2007)


38.   Success Seminar: Chasing Real Rabbits, presented to Daniels College of Business students, University
      of Denver, Denver, Colorado (April 2007)


37.   Develop Your Solid Foundation, presented to Delta Gamma Sorority and Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity,
      University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (February & March 2007)


36.   Choose Success, presented to Delta Gamma Sorority, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (March
      2007)


35.   Choose DU!, presented to prospective undergraduate students, Office of Admissions, University of
      Denver, Denver, Colorado (March 2007)


34.   Under the Influence of Stress, presented to undergraduate students, University of Denver, Denver,
      Colorado (February 2007 / May 2007)


33.   Priorities and Your Life, presented to Campus Crusade for Christ, University of Denver, Denver,
      Colorado (February 2007)


32.   A Big Picture Perspective, presented to Campus Crusade for Christ, University of Denver, Denver,
      Colorado (February 2007)


31.   The Importance of Choosing the Best College for You, presented to Boettcher Foundation Scholarship
      finalists, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (February 2006 / February 2007)


30.   The IPO Process: Structuring the Deal, presented in Professor David Cox’s graduate External Finance
      class, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (March 2005 / February 2006 / February 2007)


29.   Priorities and Perspective, presented to Campus Crusade for Christ, University of Denver, Denver,
      Colorado (February 2007)


28.   Your Character Counts, presented to University of Denver undergraduate students, Partners in
      Learning Series –Hot Topics: Ethics, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (January 2007)
27.   Care-ing the Dream, presented to Daniels College of Business Students, Martin Luther King Day
      ceremonies, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (February 2007)


26.   The Importance of Business Ethics and Legal Studies, presented as a lecture for BSBA 1010,
      University of Denver: Denver, Colorado (April 2005 / October 2006 / January 2007)


25.   Christian Character, presented to Campus Crusade for Christ, University of Denver, Denver,
      Colorado (January 2007)


24.   Work/Life Balance, panel presentation to Duke University students at the Career Week Conference,
      Duke University, Durham, North Carolina (January 2007)


23.   Law Firms and Corporate Law, series of panel presentations to Duke University students at the Career
      Week Conference, Duke University, North Carolina (January 2007)


22.   Business, Law and Entrepreneurship, presented to the Business Law Society, JD/MBA Society and
      Duke Bar Association, Duke University School of Law, Durham, North Carolina (January 2007)


21.   Becoming a Christian Professional, presented to the Christian Legal Society, Duke University School
      of Law, Durham, North Carolina (January 2007)


20.   How My Faith Influences My Life, panel presentation with B. Seawell to the Wesley Foundation,
      University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (January 2007)




                                                    2006

19.   Under the Influence of Stress, presented to Campus Crusade for Christ, University of Denver, Denver,
      Colorado (November 2006)


18.   Election 2006: Hot Topics, presented to Daniels College of Business students, University of Denver,
      Denver, Colorado (November 2006)


17.   Entrepreneurship: Medium- and Small-Business Issues, panel presentation with N. Christensen to the
      Daniels College of Business students, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (November 2006)


16.   Under the Influence of Stress, presented to Daniels College of Business students, University of
      Denver, Denver, Colorado (October 2006)


15.   Grammar and Business Writing, presented to Daniels College of Business students, University of
      Denver, Denver, Colorado (October 2006)


14.   The Benefits of Being an Underdog, presented to the Daniels Christian Community, University of
      Denver, Denver, Colorado (October 2006)


13.   Hot Topics in Constitutional Law: Individual Privacy, presented to Daniels College of Business
      students, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (May 2006)


12.   Creativity and Entrepreneurship, presented to the Creativity and Entrepreneurship Living and
      Learning Community, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (May 2006)


11.   Hot Topics in Constitutional Law: Eminent Domain, presented to Daniels College of Business
      students, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (May 2006)


10.   Entrepreneurship and Ethics, presented to Daniels College of Business students, University of Denver,
      Denver, Colorado (April 2006)


9.    Becoming an Entrepreneur, presented to Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity, Daniels College of
      Business, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (April 2006)


8.    Entrepreneur, Inc., panel presentation with N. Christensen to the Daniels Entrepreneurship Society,
      University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (March 2006)


7.    Ethics and the Successful Life, presented to undergraduate business majors and minors, Daniels
      College of Business, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (February 2006)


6.    Ethical Frameworks, presented to Professor Christensen’s Business Environment class, Daniels
      College of Business, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (January 2006)




                                                     2005

5.    The Future of the Supreme Court, panel presentation with J. Holcomb and M. Katz to the Business
      Ethics and Legal Studies Society, Daniels College of Business, University of Denver: Denver,
      Colorado (October 2005)
4.    Entrepreneurship and Education, presented to the Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity, University of
      Denver: Denver, Colorado (September 2005)


3.    On Being a Christian and a Professional, presented to the Daniels Christian Community, University
      of Denver: Denver, Colorado (May 2005)


2.    Law School vs. Business School, panel presentation with N. Christensen and R. Jebe to the Business
      Ethics and Legal Studies Society, University of Denver: Denver, Colorado (May 2005)


1.    Living a Successful Life, presented to Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, University of Denver: Denver,
      Colorado (April 2005)
UNIVERSITY SERVICE
    Featured Faculty Member, Prospective Student Video Tour of the DU Experience, Office of
    Undergraduate Admission (May 2009)

    Committee Member, Division of Athletics and Recreation, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
    Committee (November 2008 – present)

    Committee Member, Center for Teaching and Learning, Faculty Advisory Committee (November
    2008)

    University of Denver Character Summit – Founder & Inaugural Key-Note Speaker, 400 students
    attending key-note and break-out sessions (October 2008)

    Panelist, New Faculty Workshop, Center for Teaching and Learning (October 2008)

    Committee Member, Daniels Undergraduate Gateway Course Development Committee (April 2008 –
    present)

    Committee Member, Leadership Studies Faculty Advisory Committee (January 2008 – present)

    Committee Member, University of Denver History and Traditions Committee (January 2008 –
    present)

    Committee Member, Daniels College of Business Undergraduate Curriculum Redesign Committee
    (January 2008 – June 2008)

    Committee Member, Student Life Faculty Advisory Committee (October 2007 – present)

    “Thursdays with Character” Program Creator and Speaker, Department of Business Ethics and Legal
    Studies, University of Denver (September 2007 – June 2008)

    Success Seminar Program Creator and Speaker, Division of Student Life, University of Denver
    (September 2007 – present)

    Committee Member, Business Ethics and Legal Studies Clinical Professor Search Committee (May –
    July 2007)

    Committee Member, Daniels Chair in Business Ethics Search Committee (January – June 2007)

    Outstanding Student Selection Committee Member, nominated by University of Denver students to
    select the university’s most outstanding male and female students (May 2006 / May 2007 / May
    2008)

    Faculty Graduation Marshall, represented the Daniels College of Business at the University of
    Denver’s undergraduate graduation ceremony (June 2005 / June 2006 / June 2007)

    Faculty Senate Representative, Department of Business Ethics and Legal Studies, University of
    Denver (April 2005 – September 2006)

    Financial Planning Committee Member, Faculty Senate, University of Denver (May 2005 –
    September 2006)
    Discoveries Faculty Leader: New Student Orientation, Office of Student Life, University of Denver
    (September 2005)

    Destinations Faculty Leader: New Student Orientation, Office of Student Life, University of Denver,
    trip to the United States Court of Appeals: Tenth Circuit (September 2005)

DEPARTMENTAL SERVICE
    The Business Environment Course Coordinator, Department of Business Ethics and Legal Studies
    (January 2005-present) (required core course enrolling approximately 400 students per academic
    year)

    Adjunct Training, Department of Business Ethics and Legal Studies (August 2008)

    Adjunct Mentor, Department of Business Ethics and Legal Studies, advising for departmental adjunct
    professors pertaining to course development and pedagogy (January 2008 – present)

    Designated Undergraduate Advisor, Department of Business Ethics and Legal Studies, advising for
    undergraduate BELS majors and minors (September 2004-present)

    Minor Coordinator – Business Ethics and Legal Studies (BELS) (September 2004 – present)
       • The BELS Minor increased from 30 students to over 100 at present

    Website Development Liaison, Department of Business Ethics and Legal Studies (January 2005 –
    September 2006)

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
    Master Teacher Symposium Reviewer, Academy of Legal Studies in Business (June 2009)

    Manuscript Reviewer, Aspen Publishers (June 2009)

    Member, Board of Directors, Mapleton Education Foundation (September 2007 – September 2008)

    Moderator, Dennis Prager and Michael Sirota Current Issues in Politics Debate (1,000 in
    attendance), South High School, Denver, Colorado (September 2008)

    Master Teacher Competition Emcee – Academy of Legal Studies in Business Annual Meeting,
    Indianapolis, Indiana (invited as the winner of the previous Master Teacher competition) (August
    2007)

    Case Reviewer, Academy of Legal Studies in Business Technology Section Case Competition (July
    2007)

    Presenter, Legal Issues Facing Small Business Owners, presentation to the Colorado Micro Business
    Development Entrepreneurship Seminar, Westminster, Colorado (May 31, 2007)

    Duke University School of Law Reunion Dinner Emcee, as nominated by the Class of 2002 Reunion
    Committee (April 2007)

    Member, City of Westminster Special Permits and Licensing Board as appointed by the City Council
    (August 2006 – present)
       Presenter, First Amendment Issues Facing Educators, presentation to the Colorado Council of School
       Board Attorneys, CCSBA Annual Meeting (June 3, 2005)

       Member, Board of Directors, University of Denver Bridge Project (March 2004 – September 2007)

 PRESS ARTICLES, MEDIA COVERAGE AND INTERVIEWS GRANTED
13.   INFO WORLD, Is HTML e-mail dangerous for your PC, or just your eyeballs? Eric Lai (June 29, 2009)
      (interview on the risks involved with downloading images from incoming e-mails)
12.   SAN MARCOS MERCURY, Ciocchetti Lecture highlights Business Leadership Week, Brad Rollins
      (January 9, 2009) (informatory article on a speaking engagement)
11.   UNIVERSITY OF DENVER COMMUNITY NEWS, Professor Urges Chasing “Authentic Life,” Janalee
      Card Chmel (January 2009) (faculty profile)

10.   DU TODAY (UNIVERSITY OF DENVER), Professor Urges Chasing “Real Rabbits,” Janalee Card Chmel
      (December 2, 2008) (feature faculty profile on University of Denver homepage)

9.    THE CLARION (UNIVERSITY OF DENVER), From Underdog to Motivational Professor, Sara Castellanos
      (October 21, 2008) (feature faculty profile)

8.    9NEWS, Some Grocery Stores Add Ten Percent Fee, Deborah Sherman and Nicole Vap (October 9,
      2008) (televised comments and news article quotations)

7.    CONSUMER LAW & POLICY BLOG, Corey Ciocchetti on E-Commerce and Information Privacy, Jeff
      Sovern (September 17, 2008)

6.    DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL, Increased Awareness Drives Socially Responsible Investing, Renee
      McGaw (August 22, 2008)

5.    WORKPLACE PROF BLOG, Ciocchetti on Employment Law, Negotiation and the Business Environment,
      (March 18, 2008)

4.    THE CLARION (UNIVERSITY OF DENVER), Seminar Gives Life Lessons, Nate Knife (October 2007)
      (discussing a “Success Seminar” lecture series I created)

3.    ASSOCIATED PRESS, interview with Geoff Mulvihill concerning the privacy of employee e-mails
      (April 2007)

2.    THE CLARION (UNIVERSITY OF DENVER), Sorority Initiates A Change: Delta Gammas “Do Good”
      Just for the Sake of Doing Good, Sara Castellanos (April 2, 2007) (feature faculty profile)

1.    CNBC, interview with Michael Brusch concerning electronic monitoring of employees (March 2005)




                        SELECTED MEDIA INTERVIEWS AND PROFILES

          NEWSPAPERS                             WEB MEDIA                          TELEVISION

          Associated Press                         CNBC.com                             9News

      Clarion (Univ. of Denver)            Consumer Law & Policy Blog
        Denver Business Journal                       DU Today

          San Marcos Mercury                          Info World

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PROFESSIONAL NOMINATIONS
         Scholarship of Discovery Award nominee – awarded by the Daniels College of Business for college-
         wide excellence in discovery, University of Denver, Academic Year 2008-2009

         Daniels Awards for Excellence nominee – represents outstanding contribution in the areas of
         leadership, ethical behavior, appreciation of diversity and commitment to the community at the
         Daniels College of Business, University of Denver, nominated Academic Years 2006-2007 and 2005-
         2006

         Scholarship of Teaching Award nominee – awarded by the Daniels College of Business for college-
         wide excellence in teaching, University of Denver, Academic Years 2006-2007 and 2005-2006

         Faculty Spirit Award Nominee – The Women’s College, University of Denver, Academic Year 2005-
         2006

         Teacher of the Year nominee – The Women’s College, University of Denver, Academic Year 2005-
         2006

   AWARDS, GRANTS AND STIPENDS
         Volunteers in Partnership Stipend ($200 per event), Special Community Programs Division,
         University of Denver (Summer 2009 / Spring 2009 / Winter 2009 / Autumn 2008 / Autumn 2007)

         Discoveries Leader Grant ($500), Office of Student Life, University of Denver (Autumn 2006)

         Cooperative Learning Grant ($2,500), Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Denver
         (Spring 2005)

         Dean’s Merit Award, (permanent bonus varies by year) Daniels College of Business, University of
         Denver (Academic Years 2005 / 2006 / 2007 / 2008)

   UNIVERSITY EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
         Grand Marshall, University of Denver Homecoming Parade (selected via voting from the DU
         community) (Autumn 2008)

         Intramural Basketball Champions (Team Ciocchetti), Co-ed League (Winter 2006 & Spring 2006)

         Student Talent Show Judge, University of Denver Publications Board (February 2006)



INTEGRATION
EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
   Featured Portfolio, DU Portfolio Community, Center for Teaching and Learning, University of
   Denver (October 2008)
         Portfolio selected for innovative design and content

   Departmental Undergraduate Major Coordinator, Department of Business Ethics and Legal Studies
   (January 2005 – present)
         Integration of business, ethics and law into an undergraduate major in Business Ethics and
         Legal Studies
         Status: Under revise and resubmit with the Office of the Dean, Daniels College of Business

NEW COURSES CREATED
   Employment Law and Ethics (LGST 2560)
        This course integrates employment law concepts with ethical frameworks

   The Constitution and Business (LGST 2650)
        This course integrates constitutional law concepts with ethical frameworks

   The Constitution and Ethics (UDCC 1050)
        This course integrates ethical frameworks with the tenets of the United States Constitution
COREY A. CIOCCHETTI
UNIVERSITY OF DENVER
DANIELS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ETHICS AND LEGAL STUDIES
2101 SOUTH UNIVERSITY BOULEVARD # 693
DENVER, COLORADO 80208
(303) 871-2391 – office
(303) 522-7110 – mobile
(303) 871-2822 – fax
cciocche@du.edu
BLOG: www.ethicspost.com



ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES
     Professor Doriane Coleman
     Associate Professor of Law
     Duke University School of Law
     Durham, North Carolina 27708
     (919) 613-7075 / dcoleman@law.duke.edu

     Professor David Cox
     Director of Graduate Programs & Senior Lecture (Department of Finance)
     Daniels College of Business
     University of Denver
     Denver, Colorado 80208
     (303) 871-2272 / dacox@du.edu

     Professor Lucien Dhooge
     Sue and John Staton Professor of Business Law
     College of Management
     Georgia Tech
     Atlanta, Georgia 30308
     (404) 385-7312 / lucien.dhooge@mgt.gatech.edu

     Professor John Holcomb
     Professor of Business Law and Ethics
     Daniels College of Business
     University of Denver
     Denver, Colorado 80208
     (303) 871-2634 / jholcomb@du.edu

				
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