a) Net Impact UC Davis upholds the mission of the national network of chapters by bringing togethermembers of the Graduate School of Management’s community to create a positive social andenvironmental change in the workplace and the world.
2) Dues and Membership
a) Membership dues are collected annually at the Net Impact Orientation Retreat.
b) Membership numbers are reported to Net Impact national at least annually through the Business As Unusual Guide.
c) Members have the option to subscribe to the Davis Net Impact Newsletter to read more about what the club is working on.
d) Individuals interested in the Net Impact mission including faculty, staff, undergraduate students and GSM students are additionally welcome to join the national network to gain access to job boards and other resources by visiting NetImpact.org
3) Board Meetings and Voting
a) Board meetings are held bi-weekly and open to anyone in the GSM community.
b) The board reserves the right to hold unscheduled closed meetings as needed.
c) Minutes for Net Impact board meetings are available upon request.
d) Net Impact board members are expected to attend all board meetings and club sponsored events.
e) The Net Impact board will make every effort to make decisions by consensus.
4) Net Impact Board
a) As needed, the board shall reach a consensus to add, remove, or change board leadership descriptions
b) Co- Presidents shall lead all meetings and provide direction and guidance to the club’s directors. They plan and manage the major events, and have a major hand in all of the club events. The CoPresidents also sit on the 6-member internship fund committee.
c) Director of Marketing shall lead marketing efforts for events and other Net Impact efforts including composing the email newsletter and complying with the Net Impact national brand guidelines.
d) Director of Professional Development shall work with fellow Net Impact board members, career services, alumni and faculty to provide events and opportunities for students to learn about nontraditional business careers. This includes showcasing people that work at businesses and organizations that have a positive social or environmental impact on their communities.
e) Director of Events and Activities shall work with board to identify speakers, organize the annual Net Impact retreat and lead planning on all events including tracking event logistics.
f) Director of Finance shall manage club budget and bank account, collect member dues and disburse funds as necessary for events and chapter fees. Is responsible for managing membership list and requesting funds from ASM when applicable.
(Davis, CA) — The UC Davis Part-Time MBA program offered in Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay Area is ranked among the top 9% in the U.S., according to U.S. News & World Report’s latest graduate business school rankings.
At No. 29, this is the fourth consecutive year the UC Davis Part-Time MBA program is among the top AACSB International-accredited part-time MBA programs surveyed. This year, there were 323 part-time MBA programs surveyed.
(Davis, CA) — The UC Davis Graduate School of Management’s Full-Time MBA program is ranked among the premier business schools in the nation for the 20th consecutive year, according to U.S. News & World Report’s latest graduate business school rankings released today.
U.S. News’ latest ranking places the Full-Time MBA program at No. 48, placing it among the top 10% of the 464 Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International’s accredited full-time MBA programs surveyed.
Key statistics from the School’s Full-Time MBA ranking include:
(Davis, Calif.) – With a joint goal of speeding the transfer of new technologies from the laboratory to the commercial marketplace, the UC Davis Graduate School of Management, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratories have announced a new partnership for researchers to develop their entrepreneurial skills.
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