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James Stevens Named New Assistant Dean

James Stevens has joined the GSM staff as assistant dean of admissions and student services and will oversee program development, student recruitment, student affairs and career services.

Stevens comes to UC Davis from New Haven, Connecticut, where he most recently served as director of admissions at the Yale School of Management.

At Yale, Stevens was responsible for recruiting and enrolling students for the two-year full-time MBA program.

Before Yale, he was senior associate director of admissions and financial aid and chairperson of the admission committee at New York University’s Stern School of Business.

Stevens has also held positions in admissions and student services at the University of Michigan Business School and American University and has worked as a consultant for KPMG Peat Marwick where his clients included Howard University.

Stevens is active in the Graduate Management Admissions Council and has presented at MBA Forums, Annual Conferences, and the Professional Development Program as well as serving as a member of the Recruiting Services Advisory Committee and Annual Conference Planning Committee.

He holds an MBA in marketing and management from the University of Michigan Business School and a BA in international relations and French from American University.

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