We invite you and your families to join the greater UC Davis community for this special start to the Picnic Day festivities. This year, the Graduate School of Management is joining the Cal Aggie Alumni Association (CAAA) for our pancake breakfast.
Graduate School of Management affiliates and their families will enjoy CAAA’s discounted member rate.
We hope that alumni who have several degrees from UC Davis or are married to UC Davis alumni will be happy that you no longer have to choose which pancake breakfast to attend.
The Graduate School of Management Alumni Association (GSMAA) is governed by a group of alumni volunteers who serve on the board of directors. The board meets at least three times a year to plan events and ensure that alumni have a strong voice in the ongoing growth and development of the School. The board’s mission is to facilitate strong affiliations among alumni, students, faculty, staff and the communities that we share.
The Future of Healthcare: A GSM Expert Alumni Panel
Join Dr. Gordon Hunt ‘97, SVP and chief medical officer of Sutter Health; Anders Bjork ‘02, strategic consultant with Blue Shield of California; and Vinny Catalano ‘97, area vice president of Gallagher Benefit Services for a discussion of how industry changes affect how healthcare and insurance are delivered to corporations and individuals.
Join fellow GSM alumni, students, staff and faculty as we celebrate the end of the fifth year of successful networking. Our special guest speaker, Lecturer Dan Kennedy, will speak on:
Critical Thinking: A Make-or-Break Skill for Business and Careers
GSM alumni and their employers have said in recent surveys that better critical thinking skills are imperative for new MBA grads. In fact, it’s a national challenge. Dan Kennedy will examine what critical thinking means in a business environment, and how it often leads to major successes or failures.
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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.