Video: Dean’s Distinguished Speaker – Sandy Weill, Former Chairman/CEO, Citigroup
"The Financial Future of Our Country"
An internationally renowned banker, financial industry leader and philanthropist with more than five decades of experience, Weill retired as CEO of Citigroup on October 1, 2003, and served as non-executive chairman until April 18, 2006. Founded 200 years ago, Citigroup is currently the third largest bank holding company in the United States by assets and has the world’s largest financial services network.
‘Evangelist of Entrepreneurship’ Carl Schramm to Teach This Spring
Named Arthur and Carlyse Ciocca Visiting Professor
Carl Schramm, one of the world’s leading experts on entrepreneurship, innovation and economic growth, will teach at the Graduate School of Management this spring, thanks to a recent gift from the Arthur & Carlyse Ciocca Charitable Foundation.
Schramm, former president and chief executive officer of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, is the inaugural holder of the Arthur and Carlyse Ciocca Visiting Professorship in Innovation and Entrepreneurship. He will teach at the School this spring quarter, which begins in March.
The deadlines for each quarter are posted on the Academic Calendar. Be sure to complete and return your forms to your Program Manager by the listed dates. Please note: Failure to meet the posted deadline results in the $250 registration penalty being charged to your account and
may result in a one quarter delay in receiving your diploma.
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
1213 K Street, Sacramento
featuring Rob Fuggetta, Founder/CEO, Zuberance
“Turning Brand Advocates into a Powerful Marketing Force to Drive Leads and Sales”
9th Annual C4C Wine Tasting Benefit and Auction
MBA Challenge for Charity (C4C) is a consortium of 9 west-coast business schools that has been promoting philanthropy among business students for 27 years. Our C4C chapter will host our 9th Annual C4C Wine Tasting Benefit & Auction on Sat., Mar. 9, 2013
With a degree in computer engineering from California State University, Sacramento, Tina Angell began her career at Hewlett-Packard, performing technical marketing in HP’s Internet Printing & Imaging Division. Realizing the doors a UC Davis MBA would open, she enrolled in the Sacramento MBA program, and grew into progressively more responsible marketing positions at HP while she earned her degree in 1999.She continued with the company, spending six years in marketing communications as the worldwide sales tools manager in the ProCurve Networking Division, and then served as a produc
When investors are shopping around for mutual funds, they have a wealth of data at their fingertips. They know, for instance, how much a given fund charges in management and operational fees (its expense ratio). They also know how a particular fund has performed over various time periods and what type of investments management held as of the most recent reporting date.
A recent academic study by Kimberly Elsbach of UC Davis and Daniel Cable of the London Business School found that workers who are seen at their desks during work hours are more likely to be considered responsible and dependable than telecommuters.