Friday, October 19th marked the occasion for a student-thrown GSM Pig Roast. Second-year students Brian Kroopf, Nate Chan, and Spencer Wilton were generous enough to donate their entire Friday to procure and roast a delicious pig. The spit cooking method took upwards of 15 hours but the end result was fantastic! This was an entirely local affair, as UC Davis GSM students roasted a pig purchased from the UC Davis Animal Sciences meat lab. The pig roast brought first and second-year classmates together and provided a fun and relaxing environment following a tough week of exams and coursework.
This past Tuesday, a handful of students got to hang out with the Dean! The WiL (Women in Leadership) Club hosted the event; providing us with yummy soda and mixers to make our own mocktails. There were even maraschino cherries to plop into our fancy drinks, and cookies to munch on!
Welcome back everybody! This is shaping up to be a pretty exciting fall quarter. All of the 2nd years have been assigned their Integrated Management Projects and we’re working with some amazing companies.
It’s that time again! Fall is in the air, and school is back in session. Everyone is excited for the new year and the new faces roaming the GSM. The second years, myself included, are thrilled to welcome the new first years to our family. We can’t wait to get to know them!
Hello Everyone! I cannot believe the summer is already winding to a close. I have two more weeks left at my Agilent Technologies internship, and many of my fellow GSMers have already closed their cubes for the season.
I’m nearly at the half-way point of my StubHub internship and the time has flown by. Living in San Francisco for the summer has been an exciting and new experience. StubHub has proven to be a great place to work; it retains some elements of its start-up culture but also has the resources of being a part of eBay, Inc.
This summer has been an adventure. I’m a Services Marketing Intern at Agilent Technologies in Santa Clara, California. I’ve learned a lot during my first couple of weeks- my coworkers are extremely knowledgeable and helpful. (There’s even a GSM alum in the cube across from me!)