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Writing from personal experience, Professor Kimberly Elsbach explains in this op-ed how crying at work is perceived differently for women, according to her latest research.
Congratulations to the newest UC Davis GSM alumni, the Class of 2018! 216 degrees were awarded to our outstanding MBA, MPAc and MSBA students.
Summer MBA interns on Instagram, sharing their internship experiences at top companies including Lagunitas, Church and Dwight, Tesla Motors, AT&T, HP, SMUD, Girls Leadership and Silicon Valley Bank.
DiNunzio, a senior executive with three decades of creative, technical and business leadership, has joined the Mike and Renee Child Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship as interim executive director, effective July 1, 2018.
Microsoft, GitHub and the Irony
A pioneer of closed-source software, Microsoft embraces the leading platform for open source
Microsoft, with the world’s most popular PC operating system, has come full circle in acquiring the largest open-source code repository, writes Professor Andrew Hargadon.
Dean Unnava shares a recap of the UC Davis Big Bang! Business Competition, along with new developments for innovation hub Aggie Square and MSBA’s inaugural 24-hour Data Hack in San Francisco.
More than 95,000 candidates took the CPA Exam in 2017. Alumnus Mary Cao is one of only 58 in the U.S. honored with AICPA’s Elijah Watt Sells Award, recognizing outstanding performance on the licensing exam.
Dean Unnava has joined the board of Magilla Loans, an innovative search engine for loans that connects borrowers to banks without requesting personal information.
Professor Alan Taylor Speaks at Nobel Symposium on Money and Banking
10 years on, the Great Recession remains an unsolved mystery in macroeconomics, says Taylor
Professor Taylor explains how it would be “a great benefit to mankind” to better understand the disasters that followed the 2008 crisis.
Healthcare needs to recognize that its competitors and collaborators now include Apple and YouTube, writes Dr. Ron Fong MPH, MBA 17.
Men who get emotional at work are more likely to get away with it (surprise!) than women are, says Kimberly D. Elsbach, a professor of management at UC Davis.
In addition to merit-based awards, we offer a UC Alumni Grant and a Working Professionals Grant to qualified MSBA applicants.
Blockchain Club Tackles Trust Issues
Trust is the building block for a technology on the verge of wide-scale disruption
Jeremy Lomax MBA 20 and Bay Area MBA students want to educate about blockchain applications and grow members’ cryptocurrency portfolio. Check out their video explaining blockchain basics.
You may be eligible for a GMAT/GRE waiver for our nationally-ranked Part-Time MBA program offered in Sacramento and the Bay Area.
Our Full-Time MBA debuts in the top 50 of América Economía’s 2018 Global MBA Ranking of the best non-Latin American programs for Latin American students.
Data Hack: MSBA Students in Action
Student teams compete in a 24-hour Big Data challenge
Corporate partners include Sunrun, Uber, Engage3, Digital Data Solutions
Student teams compete in a 24-hour big data challenge judged by executives from Sunrun, Uber, Engage 3 and Digital Data Solutions.
Two undergraduates — with a mobile app to take the pain out of parking for drivers and lot managers — claimed the $10,000 first prize in the 18th annual Big Bang! Business Competition.
Diane M. Bryant, chief operating officer at Google Cloud, joins us as the keynote speaker at our 36th Commencement on June 16 to celebrate the graduating class of 2018. Go Ags!
Professor Gina Dokko’s TEDxUCDavisSF talk showed how to turn “career baggage” into a tool for advancement, writes Angela Chou MBA 16, an organizer for the recent sell-out event in San Francisco.
Coffee with Coworkers Is More Productive and Feels Better, UC Davis Study Finds
First research on the effects of caffeine on group work
New research finds that caffeine increases group focus, encourages participation and delivers satisfaction.