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Lunch should be a break, but that doesn’t always happen. In this Wall St. Journal video, Professor Kim Elsbach suggest ways to mix up (and make the most) of your desk lunch.
Our Full-Time MBA program has the highest yield among the Top 50 in the U.S., with 90.7% of accepted applicants for the Class of 2018 enrolling, according to Poets & Quants.
Moskowitz Prize Winners on Why There’s Room for Innovation in Impact Investing
Q&A with Professor Brad Barber and Associate Professor Ayako Yasuda
Demand for impact investing alternatives—venture funds and private equity—is outstripping supply for investors, at a time when much more capital is needed to solve the world’s most pressing problems.
Professor Kimberly Elsbach brought a trophy home from Florida after winning a seven-mile open water championship swim on April 22.
Professor Hemant Bhargava says the buzz started a few years ago: MBAs in the U.S. were infected with “Big Data Fever.”
What brand loyalty opportunities are higher education institutions still missing? In a recent interview in Inside Higher Ed, Dean Unnava shares his advice.
After a year of competing on fundraising and volunteering, UC Davis visited Stanford University to participate in the MBA Challenge for Charity (C4C) Sports Weekend.
We were among 20 lucky UC Davis MBA students selected for a fantastic opportunity to meet Warren Buffett, and tour a few of his subsidiaries in Omaha, Nebraska, in April 2017.
When publicly traded companies make extraordinary announcements, investors often disagree on the value implication of the news. Yet following such new market information, the stocks appear to be priced by investors wearing rose-colored glasses.
Rao Unnava’s experience in education and helping students goes back to the fifth grade. As a fifth grader growing up in India, Unnava helped his mom, who was a teacher, by tutoring third graders in math and science.
Professor Kimberly Elsbach said the perception of women who cry as being manipulative is uncommon but a career-killer. The researchers relatively found that crying during a meeting or an individual performance evaluation with one’s supervisor can have the greatest negative impact.
Venita Sivamani MBA 15, is co-founder of Dermveda, a startup based in her hometown of Sacramento that she describes as an integrated, educational skin care resource like “WebMD meets Consumer Reports.”
As Cuba opens up, people from all over the world are likely to flood into Havana, hoping to understand more about its transformation. Our MBA International Study Trip class visited the capital of Cuba during their spring break.
Join graduate business students, alumni, prospects and admissions representatives for eight Saturdays of learning and networking around the technology industry. The technology industry forms a vital part of the Northern California economy and these sessions provide an opportunity to deepen your understanding and connections.
Our Full-Time MBA is ranked among the premier programs in the nation for the 22nd consecutive year, according to U.S. News & World Report’s latest graduate business school rankings released March 13, 2017.