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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.
We’ve been named among the Most Beautiful Business Schools by Top Management Degrees. Home to a 100-acre arboretum, farmers markets and our campus home, LEED-certified Platinum Gallagher Hall, UC Davis blends modern style with sustainable design.
For the past two years, Professor Kimberly Elsbach has been a long-distance all-star in her U.S. Masters Swimming group, earning top scores across all long-distance national championships in her age group!
Research has shown that by incorporating experiential learning into program designs, adult learners thrive. Re-engage your team by participating in one of the region’s most unique learning experiences.
Setting the Table: The Digital Full Stack of Food
The Mixing Bowl’s FOOD IT summit offered a full menu on agtech
From blockchain to bovine tech, Kohei Sato MBA 19 dishes up key takeaways from The Mixing Bowl’s Food IT conference on innovation and big data in food and ag.
Interviewed on Knowledge@Wharton, Professor Hemant Bhargava explains why it’s no surprise that traditional media is consolidating to compete.
UC Davis MBA Grad Pledges to Support Economic Growth in Liberia
Amazon manager dedicates education and network to supporting the rebuild of his homeland
After graduating, Siah Gaye MBA 18 will visit Monrovia, Liberia, for the first time since fleeing the civil war there 20 years ago.
BBC World features Professor Kimberly Elsbach and her latest research on how crying in the workplace can be detrimental to a woman’s career.
Meet Our New M.S. in Business Analytics Academic Director
Associate Professor Ashwin Aravindakshan to guide successful MSBA program in San Francisco
Associate Professor Ashwin Aravindakshan shares about the data science revolution in business decision making and what’s in store for the MSBA program.
How a Business Teacher Inspired a Medical Doctor
Teamwork and building relationships go a long way in both fields
Teamwork skills and building relationships go a long way in healthcare, says Dr. Ron Fong MPH, MBA 17, honored as “Clinical Educator of the Year,” by his UC Davis medical residents.
Visiting Assistant Professor Kay Peters, from Germany, shares how the business school and campus community embrace the values of collaboration, diversity and sustainability.
Congratulations to our newest alumni! We awarded 216 degrees to our outstanding MBA, MPAc and MSBA students.
In a Knowledge@Wharton interview, Professor Hemant Bhargava says the shifting media landscape makes it hard to predict how the $108 bil. merger will impact consumer prices.
Sharing her personal experience and research, Professor Kimberly Elsbach explains why women crying at work is perceived differently than men.
Summer MBA interns on Instagram, sharing their internship experiences at top companies including Lagunitas, Church and Dwight, Tesla Motors, AT&T, HP, SMUD, Girls Leadership and Silicon Valley Bank.
A senior executive with three decades of creative, technical and business leadership, Adjunct Professor Joe DiNunzio has now joined the Mike and Renee Child Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship as interim executive director.