Elective

290 Robert A. Fox Executive-in-Residence

Course description varies with instructor

About the Robert A. Fox Executive-in-Residence Program:

Each year the UC Davis Graduate School of Management invites a prominent executive to teach a quarter-long MBA course that reflects their management expertise. The Robert A. Fox Executive-in-Residence Program gives students and faculty a unique opportunity to work closely with a top business leader. In addition to class lectures, the Executive-in-Residence invites other high-level executives to guest lecture in his or her class, meets with students and the GSM community informally.

Robert Fox, who led Foster Farms, Revlon International and Del Monte and other major public and private corporations over four decades, endowed the program with a $350,000 gift in April 2007. Fox, who is a member of the Dean’s Advisory Council, himself served as Executive-in-Residence at the School in 2001. Fox’s generous gift will help the Graduate School of Management continue to bring the know-how of other leading executives to the classroom.

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