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MBA Alumnus Mac Clemmens Honored with Rising Star Award
Tech entrepreneur named GSM Alumni Association's first Rising Star recipient
Mac Clemmens MBA 07, founder and CEO of Sacramento web development firm Digital Deployment, honored for his philanthropy and civic leadership in the capital region and beyond.
Author, professor and chief engineer at Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems, Shyama Chakroborty MBA 96 earns the GSMAA’s 2019 Distinguished Achievement award.
Sonja Hongisto-Bowman MBA 91 Honored for Her Volunteerism
Uber ambassador recognized with 2019-20 Outstanding Service Award
For 15 years, she chaired the GSM Alumni Awards Committee. Sonja Hongisto-Bowman MBA 91 has been recognized for her commitment with the 2019-20 Outstanding Service Award.
Neiman Marcus—following J.Crew—is expected to file for bankruptcy. In Forbes, Lecturer Suzy Taherian says CFOs need to fully understand bankruptcy as an option.
Professor Hemant Bhargava advises policymakers that reopening the economy should be viewed as a collection of simultaneous, rapid, data-driven science experiments.
For Forbes, Lecturer Suzy Taherian shares what CFOs should know about recent government funding to help businesses cover payroll, utilities, rent, and interest.
Sacramento’s Metro EDGE young professionals group highlights the Graduate School of Management’s all-hands on deck pivot to transition to virtual classes for the Spring quarter.
For Forbes, Lecturer Suzy Taherian shares the five hidden advantages MBAs have that make them more resilient and better able to succeed in this uncertain job market.
Promoting Advantages of Product Category, Whether It Is Craft Beer or E-cigarettes, Can Backfire
UC Davis Study Examines How E-cigarettes’ Reputation Declined Over Time
Professor Greta Hsu’s research of efforts to promote e-cigarettes as a healthier alternative to combustible cigarettes have instead backfired.
Scipps national TV interview with MBA student Patrick Rosenberg, who shares about launching his career during the pandemic.
5 Advanced Tips for Zoom Meetings
Getting you up to speed on videoconferencing during the quarantine
To get the most out of Zoom’s video conferencing app, go beyond the basic features with these tips and tricks from Full-Time MBA student Kalina Springer.
AACSB International reaffirms the high quality, pursuit of excellence and continuous improvement of our business programs.
In Forbes, Lecturer Suzy Taherian explains how companies need to go back to the drawing board and build a resilient budget and forecast for 2020—and beyond.
MSBA and MBA Students Tackle Pandemic Data in COVID-19 Challenge
Coming together to analyze coronavirus global spread
MSBA and MBA students team up for two-week challenge to develop data-driven insights into the coronavirus pandemic.
Sheltered in place or outside the U.S.? Our student-guided virtual tour is a great way to explore the UC Davis campus and see what makes us a top five public research university.
For Forbes, Lecturer Suzy Taherian shares significant and fundamental changes ahead due to COVID-19, many of which will become permanent when the crisis abates.
Dean Unnava checks in on the well-being of our community and
shares an update on UC Davis’ efforts to battle the
Before Shelter-in-Place, Meeting Recruiters in San Francisco
Networking for MSBA and MBA students at 2020 Career Fair
Before social distancing meant business life via Zoom, my MSBA class converged with managers from Facebook, Google, YouTube, Salesforce, SoFi, Visa, etc.
Challenge Accepted: I Learned to Sew Masks for Medical Workers Fighting COVID-19
Everyone has time, talent and treasure to help their community
Sheltered-in-place at home, MBA alumna Abigayle Curtis is sewing masks for local healthcare workers in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Professor Hemant Bhargava blogs about his landmark 2007 study on the early days of search advertising, recently honored with INFORMS’ Test of Time Paper Award.