James Stevens oversees admissions and recruitment, leadership programming, academic and student services, and career development.
He serves as director of full-time and part-time MBA programs as well as the Technology Management Undergraduate Minor. He represents the GSM to a broad range of constituents including alumni and corporate partners. He serves as special advisor to dean and faculty and works with students regarding admissions, academic, leadership and placement issues.
Serves as GSM Registrar and oversees all aspects of student enrollment including records, registration, grades, and degree checks. Manages the undergraduate minor in Technology Management. Coordinates GSM funding with the graduate financial aid office and administers the private MBA scholarship programs.
Oversees overall operation of Career Development. Counsels students through the career development process and helps them develop their career management skills. Creates and delivers Career Development Workshops, including self-assessment, resumes and cover letters, job search, interviewing and networking and Mock Interview Program.
Jacqueline is responsible for driving work-flow improvements to increase operational efficiency and effectiveness. She collaborates with the Associate Director, Academic & Student Services on the development of the school’s enrollment and information systems. Jacqueline is responsible for working directly with the full-time MBA students by providing guidance for student programs, events, and activities as well as supporting MBA recruiting and admissions activities.
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(Davis, CA) — The UC Davis Graduate School of Management’s full-time MBA program has been ranked among the top six percent of AACSB International-accredited programs nationwide, according to U.S. News & World Report’s latest graduate business school rankings released today.