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243 Reasons the Class of 2019 Made History. What’s Next?
Chancellor May recognizes Aggie Heroes at Commencement
Our 37th Commencement featured our largest graduating class ever. Chancellor Gary May recognized Aggie Heroes and five students speakers inspired classmates. What’s next?
MBA student Victor Moreno goes behind the scenes to spend a day with UC Davis Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Ralph Hexter as part of a new job shadow program.
UC Davis Full-Time MBA students land internships in finance, tech, consulting, marketing and healthcare. Follow updates on @ucdavismba Instagram all summer long.
Meet Our 2019 Commencement Student Speakers
Five new grads will share lessons learned, inspirations and the legacies of the Class of 2019
New graduates from each program—Ananta Sen, Trevor Gould, Jesse Rodriguez, Zoelle Cacia and Shini Yang—will speak at Commencement on June 15.
We honored more than two dozen students, faculty and staff for their outstanding achievements this year at our awards event at the Shrem Museum of Art.
Among the newest five Big Ideas is “Building the Entrepreneurial Mindset” in all students, championed by Professor Andrew Hargadon.
Postcard from Switzerland: Future-proofing Logitech
Teaming up with grad students in Zurich to keep Swiss tech firm on bleeding edge
UC Davis MBA students and grad students in Zurich strategize with their global partners at Logitech to keep the company on the forefront of digital innovation.
Dean’s Big 3 Video for May
Dean H. Rao Unnava shares the exciting finals of our 19th annual Big Bang! Business Competition
Our Big 3 for May 2019: Startups win $110+K at 19th Big Bang! Competition; Tech Management minors team up with Costa Rican engineers; and MBAs in Switzerland to help future-proof tech giant Logitech.
Spring Social Celebrates MPAc Community
Students, alumni, faculty and staff come together before Commencement
Our Master of Professional Accountancy program celebrates the academic year at a Spring Social where students, alumni, faculty and staff catch up before graduation.
Ted Reiterman MPAc 16, shares about collaboration in the accounting industry, the biggest challenges and his tips for new business students.
IBM design thinker and Part-Time MBA student Justin Owens helps global Fortune 100 companies transform their businesses to meet customers’ needs.
Healthcare Innovation Tops 2019 Big Bang! Competition
Promising startups showcased in annual UC Davis business competition
Physician-scientist Maria Artunduaga won the $20,000 first prize in the 19th Big Bang! Business Competition with an innovative chronic obstructive pulmonary disease breakthrough.
Professor Hemant Bhargava warns Sen. Warren’s pledge to break up big tech may impact startup activity, job creation and exits via acquisition going forward.
MBA Student Keynotes UC Davis Memorial Day Ceremony
U.S. Army Major Anthony Bulaclac: “Respect, reflect, remember and support.”
MBA student Anthony Lin Bulaclac Jr. has served in the U.S. Army for more than a decade and hopes to bring new entrepreneurial skills to the military.
2019 Big Bang! Business Competition to Award $100K+
Top 5 finalists pitch their ventures for a chance at the $20K grand prize on May 23
Five finalist teams from a field of more than 100 startups will pitch their ventures Thursday, May 23, at the Final Awards Ceremony with $100,000+ in seed money at stake.
Mastering newfound powers, MSBA student Krithika Sankaranarayanan becomes a data-set conquering, problem-solver ready to take on the toughest challenges.
UC Davis alumna Amanda Weerasinghe stayed on campus to pursue her MPAc and found her passion and a community that has helped shape her professional future.
Aggies at Uber Pop the Hood for MSBA Students
UC Davis alums lead tour about new technologies and opportunities
On a visit to Uber just before its record-setting IPO, our M.S. in Business Analytics students gained insights from UC Davis alumni who are driving the ride service’s growth.
Part-Time MBA student Megan Laffin made the jump from the high-pressure CBS newsroom to her new business of buying, training and selling horses.
Latin American Collaboration Drives Eco-friendly Innovation
Technology Management minor students team up with Costa Rican engineers
UC Davis Technology Management teams collaborated with Costa Rican student engineers to prototype and market eco-friendly products.