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How to Plug into Sustainable Energy
Three alumni share insights into an industry dominated by California policy and innovation
Incoming students get a sample of the upcoming Industry Immersion courses through a panel discussion with recent alumni.
Diving into Big Data, Touring Uber and Networking with Alums—All Before Day 1
April Chen gets an early start on networking before her Master of Business Analytics program
Within a week of arriving in San Francisco, April Chen MSBA 19 leapt into a global big data conference, toured Uber headquarters and networked with alumni.
Alums in Tech Offer New Students Peek into Industry Immersion
Panelists: Be curious, be kind and explore your interests
Alumni in high tech shared their experiences and advice with new students during a panel discussion as part of orientation.
Urging Transparency on Climate Change Risk | Student Ethics Pledge and Values-Based Leadership | New Students Success
Starting Early in the Summer Internship Hunt Pays Dividends
MBA thrives in AT&T’s Finance Leadership Development Program
Anchal Gupta MBA 19 secured an early internship with AT&T, ultimately presenting a strategic initiative to company executives.
Business Leaders: Ethics Starts from the Top
CEOs and executive consultants share insights with incoming classes
The School’s top donors gathered together for the first time to share real-world experiences about the value of ethics in business.
What is Climate Risk in Finance?
Professor Paul Griffin says the phrase is key to lawsuits pushing fossil fuel firms to disclose their carbon footprint
Professor Paul Griffin defines this special case of financial risk by three categories of uncertainty.
Studying the Impacts of Climate Change on Business—in Germany
A new summer program between UC Davis and Universität Hamburg immerses business students in science and policy
Huy Tran MBA 19 shares his experience and his passion for climate responsibility.
Professor Greta Hsu urges attention to regulating youth access to the product and promoting models that are tied to higher rates of smoking cessation.
What Our Scholars are Reading this Summer
14 recommendations from politics, economics, history and more
We asked some of the brightest people we know—our faculty—what they’ve been reading on and off the beach this summer. It’s not light fare.
New alumnus Sundararajan Murapakkam Srinivasan shares with QS Top MBA why he chose UC Davis and how experiences like the IMPACT practicum project are benefiting his career.
Tim Stallings MBA 98
Pro Sports Entrepreneur, Co-founder, VP of Merchandise at Sacramento Republic FC
As co-founder and VP of merchandise for the Sacramento Republic FC soccer club, Stallings is helping to build a professional sports franchise with big plans to bring it to the national stage. He shares how his UC Davis MBA has helped him at every step of his career.
Professor Paul Griffin latest financial disclosure study shows that better-than-expected company earnings reports are often manipulated, which impacts market results. (Washington Post)
PCAOB Awards $10,000 Scholarship to New Accounting Student
Erin Christman MPAc 19 takes a cue from her sister, alumna Jennifer Christman Cox 15
Incoming Master of Professional Accountancy student Erin Christman is relocating from Massachusetts, following in the footsteps of her sister, Jennifer, a 2015 MPAc graduate.
BusinessBecause recognizes our San Francisco-based 12-month MSBA program for forging new career opportunities for international students in the global innovation hub of the Bay Area.
Now in its 19th year, the UC Davis Wine Executive Program is uniquely designed to teach the fundamentals of winemaking and management skills necessary to be profitable in today’s challenging and dynamic wine industry.
Silicon Valley Returns to its Food and Ag Roots
The Mixing Bowl’s Food IT summit showcases agtech solutions in farming, food quality, supply chain and consumer habits
Steven Stearns MBA 18 blogs about the melting pot of agtech innovations that were showcased at The Mixing Bowl’s FOOD IT conference in San Francisco that drew more than 300 attendees.