Associated Students of Management (ASM)
The Associated Students of Management represents the student voice and enriches the Graduate School of Management journey.
About our Club
The Associated Students of Management (ASM) enhances the value of the student experience at the UC Davis Graduate School of Management (GSM) by creating a connected and collaborative community that facilitates academic, social, and professional growth.
The ASM provides a framework for connecting the students at the GSM not only with each other, but with administration, faculty, and alumni.
Bay Area – Entrepreneurship Club
Share entrepreneurial resources, network and introduce Bay Area MBA program to the broader audiences
Have an idea that you think might be material for a startup? Considering joining an entrepreneurial team? Working on a startup and would like business training? Looking to find team members or meet other entrepreneurs? Considering alternative careers in the Silicon Valley startup world? If you’re in any of these categories, this club is perfect for you.
Bay Area Marketing Association
The Bay Area Marketing Association (BAMA) is the marketing organization for the UC Davis GSM Bay Area program.
About our club
BAMA’s mission and purpose is to expose, educate, and enrich students of the marketing profession through guest speaker events, networking opportunities, and other resources to students in the Bay Area. To find out more about BAMA and how to get involved, send us a message by clicking the “send message” link to the right of this page.
Meet Our Board
To promote interest in the consulting industry and to provide resources, coaching, and networking opportunities
We invite you to get involved with our club’s many activities targeted at enriching your knowledge, network of contacts, and experience at UC Davis.
About our Club
To promote interest in the consulting industry and to provide resources, coaching, and networking opportunities that will best position our members for success in the field.
The Data and Analytics Club brings together like-minded GSM students to discuss relevant research and methods of analyzing data.
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Association (EIA)
Provide an environment for students to develop new business ideas and bring them to fruition
Join us if you’re interested in entrepreneurship and innovation.
Food & Wine Leadership Club
Enhancing student academic, social and professional growth in all aspects of the food, agriculture and wine industries
The Food & Wine Leadership Club aims to connect the community’s and campus’s excellence and knowledge in the Food & Wine Industry with MBA students at the GSM. Through networking events, speakers and tours the FWLC strives to shape leaders for the future of the industry.
Graduate School of Management Student Association Bay Area (GSMSA BA)
Formerly the Bay Area Dean’s Student Advisory Council (Bay Area DSAC)
Mission, Purpose & Objectives
The UC Davis Bay Area MBA Program GSMSA Bay Area aims to improve the experience of students in the UC Davis Bay Area MBA Program in order to prepare exemplary business leaders who make an impact in the global marketplace.
The purpose of the GSMSA Bay Area is to serve as a liaison between the Bay Area MBA students and the administration of the UC Davis Graduate School of Management.
GSM Student Association – MPAc
The GSM Student Association - MPAc ("GSMSA-MPAc") enhances the value of the Master of Professional Accountancy (MPAc) student experience by creating a collaborative community that facilitates academic, ethical, social and professional growth.
The GSMSA-MPAc provides a framework for generating ideas to improve the MPAc program, networking with alumni, engaging in philanthropic activities and coordinating extracurricular events.
About our Club
The GSM Student Association – MPAc (GSMSA-MPAc) enhances the value of the Master of Professional Accountancy (MPAc) student experience by creating a collaborative community that facilitates academic, ethical, social and professional growth.
GSM Finance Association
Enhancing the value of the GSM student experience by enriching student’s financial education.
The Finance Association provides a framework for incorporating finance topics into the GSM, networking with alumni and coordinating extracurricular events.
About our Club
The GSM Pride Network provides professional development, networking, and advocacy services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer-identified students and allies at the UC Davis Graduate School of Management.
Meet Our Board
The GSM Pride Network is run by student officers across programs and campuses.
Cultivate healthcare professionals that positively influence the culture, care, practice, and business models of medicine in the industry.
Davis Marketing & Product Management Club
This club is committed to prepare students who wish to enter either a marketing or product management career. We provide related information and resources, and organize events to help students throughout the recruitment process.
Davis Marketing and Product Management club works with students who are passionate about marketing and/or product management career tracks.
MBA Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Club
Growing students understanding of blockchain through speaker events, workshops, lectures, and access to hands on portfolio management
To grow students understanding of blockchain and its disruptive effect on various industries through speaker events, workshops, lectures, and access to hands on portfolio management.
Details coming soon!
Meet Our Officers
MBA Challenge for Charity (C4C)
A student-run club that organizes volunteering and fundraising events for our community partners: The Special Olympics of Northern California, the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Sacramento and Habitat for Humanity.
We host a number of events—for students as well as faculty, staff, alumni and the greater community—to raise funds for our partners. In addition, we set up volunteering opportunities where our students can go and interact with the children at the Boys & Girls Club and the Special Olympics, and build houses for Habitat for Humanity.
Check out our Facebook page for the latest information and pictures from our recent events!
Net Impact mobilizes new generations to use their skills and careers to drive transformational social and environmental change
Net Impact is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering a network of business leaders who use the power of business to create a positive net social, environmental, and economic impact.
Net Impact San Ramon – Professional Chapter
Net Impact is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering a network of business leaders who use the power of business to create a positive net social, environmental and economic impact
Net Impact San Ramon works to connect professionals who want to use business as a force for environmental and social good by providing events and programming for members to connect, learn and collaborate. Our chapter hosts speakers, organizes volunteer and network events, and works with other chapters and like-minded organizations to complete projects with multiple bottom lines.
Sacramento Deans’ Student Advisory Council (DSAC)
DSAC works to ensure that Sacramento MBA students are represented to the dean and administration.
About Our Club
The Deans’ Student Advisory Council (DSAC) works to ensure that Sacramento MBA students are represented to the dean and administration. All members of the council serve as student advocates, communicating the viewpoints and suggestions of their classmates to the dean. DSAC also hosts a variety of networking events, career workshops and social gatherings for students to connect with alumni and other students at the San Ramon and Davis campuses.
Women in Leadership (WiL)
Women in Leadership (WiL) is an independent student club operated through the Associated Students of Management (ASM) at the UC Davis Graduate School of Management
About our Club
The goal of Women in Leadership is to convene, connect, support, and develop GSM’s future women leaders and equip them with the tools to succeed through professional, educational, and social activities.
Women in Leadership will achieve this goal by: