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Surprisingly Tasty Solution to Tahoe’s Little Monsters
Our team's 10-week project to turn tiny invasive shrimp into a business
Tiny invasive shrimp are clouding Lake Tahoe’s blue waters. UC Davis researchers called on MBAs to turn an environmental problem into a business opportunity—dog treats!
97% U.S.-eligible MPAc Students Land Job Offers in Four Months
More than half of Class of 2020 already offered positions at Big Four firms
Nearly every U.S.-eligible Master of Professional Accountancy student has job offers, many with multiple offers and more than half from the Big Four accounting firms.
Advice from the Cloud: MSBA Alum’s Path to Amazon Web Services
Lesson learned: “Be patient. You have to wait for the sweet spot.”
Five questions for Abhinav Chatterji about his new role at AWS, his advice for graduating students and lessons learned from his job search.
I’m Helping to Build Affordable Housing in the Bay Area
“The UC Davis MBA opened more doors for me than I could have ever imagined.”
Ananta Sen MBA 19 shares how the Career Development team helped prepare her to land an exciting new role at Riaz Capital.
UC Davis MBA Now a STEM-Designated Program
Curriculum reflects emphasis on analytics, modeling and data-driven decision making
Our newly STEM-Designated MBA program reflects our rigorous curriculum that blends quantitative analysis and data-driven decision making with collaborative leadership.
A project manager at Lam Research, alumna Rani Chu MBA 11 shares how collaborative leadership helps her meet the challenges of a fast-paced Silicon Valley environment and the highlights of her career in the semi-conductor industry.
MBA alumni Vinny Catalano and Dard Hunter didn’t expect to work together, but their career paths converged this past year at the world’s largest insurance brokerage thanks to their alumni bond.
Table for Two: Why I Switched Careers
My jump from financial services sales to marketer for OpenTable
Overcoming obstacles, Bay Area MBA alumna Gina DeMartini successfully made the jump from financial services to a rewarding career in marketing at OpenTable in San Francisco.
UC Davis Study: Extreme Weather Could Bring Next Recession
Market needs to plan for weather risk, or face extreme correction
Professor Paul Griffin details new research surrounding financial market risk from extreme weather events in a new paper published Feb. 17 in the journal Nature Energy.
Neurobiology to Food & Ag: Industry Immersion Cultivates New Passion
Intense collaboration developing solutions for top executives
Three weeks into the Food & Ag Industry Immersion, MBA student Jonathan Pan sees exciting new career opportunities he never considered.
National Recognition as Top-10 Military Friendly Graduate School
Supporting students on active duty and veterans
As a top-10 Military Friendly® School for 2020-2021, we’re proud of our students on active duty and veterans and their achievements inside and outside the classroom.
Double Aggie alumna Janette Cruz MBA 15, a Sacramento Metro EDGE member, talks about her work at SMUD and CalPERS and the importance of volunteering.
Tips for Acing Interviews with Top Accounting Firms
Take advantage of MPAc program resources for student interviews
Having accepted an offer from Deloitte after only four months, MPAc student Carl Stearne shares interview tips and advice he benefited from our Career Development team.
Sacramento MBA student Samantha Contreras shares how she caught the entrepreneurial bug and joined a winning team in the UC Davis Big Bang Business Competition.
Our latest edition features: 1) First Online MBA class visits campus 2) Trailblazing research on climate change and financial risk 3) Leadership Institute for underrepresented minorities.
Suzy Taherian says a “diverse” board means: faster, more data-driven, more global, and with a fresh, outsider’s perspective. Directors with high integrity who leave ego behind.
Climate Change Risk and Company Financial Disclosures
Professor Paul Griffin’s trailblazing research calls for greater corporate responsibility
Professor Paul Griffin’s trailblazing research quantifies the impact of physical climate risk on company market values and calls for greater corporate responsibility.
Costa Rica Connection: Diving into the NBA eSports Gaming World
Project Management class hones career building skills
MBA student Andrew Dang’s group worked with a mentor from Costa Rica to prepare for the capstone consulting project with the Sacramento Kings Guard Gaming NBA 2K eSports team.
Join us this January for our complimentary GMAT test preparation workshops in San Ramon, Sacramento and Davis and learn key test-taking strategies to ensure your success.
In its 20th year, the UC Davis Wine Executive Program is uniquely designed to teach the fundamentals of winemaking and management skills. Program begins March 22, 2020.