Overview

Support Our Centers of Excellence

Under the leadership of Dean Nicole Woolsey Biggart, the UC Davis Graduate School of Management has established several Centers of Excellence. These centers link the campus to the business community through a variety of activities and research that comprise supporting entrepreneurship, supporting individual investor welfare and corporate responsibility, women and leadership, and corporate and non-profit consulting work.

Your financial contribution will help further the mission of these centers through support of related outreach programs, educational initiatives, infrastructure support and research.

You can play a vital role in the continued growth and success of these new initiatives by directly supporting a Center of Excellence.

Opportunities to Get Involved

Faculty Research

Cutting-edge research from our world-class faculty help our Centers for Excellence have direct impact for the management community. Support a research project or endow a Center Chair to help further research efforts in these areas of importance.

Event Sponsorship

Centers offer a variety of seminars, forums, conferences and other events to a diverse audience. Sponsorship opportunities that create visibility and brand building for organizations exist at a variety of levels with varying benefits.

Student Support and Fellowships

MBA students participate in a variety of center activities and often seek fellowship support for specific seminars, competing in various business competitions, internships and academic tuition assistance in a specific area of study within each Center. Student activities such as the student-run UC Davis Business Plan Compeition and the School’s chapter of Net Impact also are opportunities to provide support and sponsorships.

Consulting Project Support

Support the efforts of our MBA Consulting Center by providing MBA students with the tools required to perform professional, top-level work for our business community.

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