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Head of U.S. Chamber of Commerce to Speak at GSM

Thomas Donohue, president and CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, will speak on “The State of American Business” at a UC Davis event in Sacramento Thursday, Jan. 15. He will address regional business leaders at an invitation-only breakfast meeting of the GSM’s Business Partnership Program.

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Traveling Students Stop at UC Davis on Way to Wine MBA

Wine industry professionals from eight countries working toward a Wine MBA awarded by the Bordeaux Business School in France will study business at UC Davis. For the program, now in its third year, faculty of the Graduate School of Management and the Department of Viticulture and Enology will teach subjects ranging from marketing and merchandising to e-commerce and financial forecasting.

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New Ethics Boot Camp Mandatory for Entering MBAs

At a time when major ethical failings by corporate America have eroded public trust, the Graduate School of Management is introducing a mandatory ethics boot camp for all 150 entering MBA students. Students will discuss leadership, values, and individual and corporate responsibility.

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GSM Team Champs at International Business Strategy Competition

A team of second-year students from the Graduate School of Management have returned home to UC Davis with a first-place award from the 39th annual ICBSC International Collegiate Business Strategy Competition held April 10-12 in San Diego.

The GSM team also earned a second-place trophy for the best strategic business plan and annual report. The team’s fictitious company, Cyberdine, Inc., specialized in technology for toy robots.

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Graduate School of Management Introduces Minor in Technology Management

An undergraduate minor in technology management—designed to give engineering and science graduates an edge in today’s high-tech business arena—will be introduced at the GSM this fall. It is the first minor at the UC Davis campus to require students to apply as part of a selective admissions process. For more information, visit the Tech Minor Web page.

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