The UC Davis Graduate School of Management is pleased to announce the kickoff of the 2016 Leadership Fellows Program for our part-time MBA students. This program is intended to help participants understand leadership, build self-awareness, and strengthen leadership capabilities. The Leadership Fellows Program is designed to complement the UC Davis MBA core curriculum and continue the school’s mission to prepare innovative leaders for global impact. This training series gives participants additional tools to boost both leadership skills and professional achievement.
Program Coordinator, Sustainable AgTech Innovation Center, Child Family Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Edward Silva helps lead the Sustainable AgTech Innovation Center, and serves as a program coordinator at the Child Family Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Research Expertise: Banking, corporate finance
A leading expert in banking and corporate finance, Professor Robert Marquez tries to uncover the mechanisms that underlie the behavior of financial institutions. One important focus of his research now is the effect low interest rates have on banks and whether they encourage banks to take on more leverage.
The institute’s workshops offer great opportunities to learn how to move your idea into a viable business or nonprofit and/or to compete in the Big Bang! Business Competition.
With our broad knowledge base and extensive business connections, UC Davis Graduate School of Management Executive Education is in a key position to partner with you on your leadership development journey. By selecting to participate in one or a collection of our thoughtfully designed open enrollment programs, you will tap into the knowledge of our expert faculty as well as the network of industry thought leaders participating in the program with you.
Co-chair of the 60th Annual NACE Conference – 2015-16
Chair of the MBA CSEA Committee sub-groups – 2013-14
Selected for NACE’s (National Association of Colleges and Employers) Leadership Development Program 2010
Member of NACE’s Principles of Professional Conduct Committee 2009
MPACE (Mountain Pacific Association of Colleges and Employers) Development Co-Chair 2010
MPACE Programs Chair 2009, MPACE Board Member – Education and Research 2001-03
Browse the selections to see how you can be involved at the Graduate School of Management.
Alumni Awards Committee
Established in 2003, each year the Alumni Association recognizes two GSM graduates who embrace our core values of passionate, energetic leadership, and a continued advocacy of team building and service. Committee of approximately eight work together to conduct research on alumni award nominees; attend one meeting/year; attend event where winners are recognized. (Time commitment 4-6 hrs/year.)
At the UC Davis Graduate School of Management, our mission is to prepare our business students to become innovative leaders for global impact. Our business school community is built on a foundation of excellence and diversity.