Ladies Night 2012 was a whopping success- at least from a lady’s
perspective. The GSM gentlemen spoiled us for an evening with
good food, chauffeur service- and even entertainment. (What
ladies’ night would be complete without juggling?)
Here at the GSM, we study hard. We take four (or five!) classes,
manage clubs, balance our career search, and some of us have part
time jobs or internships. But we make sure to play a little too.
One of our favorite ways to take a break from finance, stats and
marketing? Intramural sports sports of course.
I have been interning at Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson’s Office
for almost a month now and in this short time I’ve been applying
what I have learned at the GSM (Graduate School of Management) to
running a city.
The past week was a blur, and I’m relatively sure it’s only going
to get worse. Perhaps the best part of life at the Graduate
School of Management is the abundance of things to do, but with
so many once-in-a-lifetime opportunities, how do you say no to
The only thing brighter than the sun might be my spirits.
Somehow, in the middle of a chaotic quarter filled with too many
classes and too little time our entire community has found time
to travel up to Tahoe for a weekend of fun in the snow. And how
the weather gods approve!
Last year, UC Davis received more than $678 million in funding
for research projects. That’s more than any other UC campus,
(sorry UC Berkeley & UCLA). And all of this research means that
GSM students interested in entrepreneurship and technology
commercialization have an almost endless set of opportunities.
Ever wonder what a typical MBA’s student day like? Before
deciding to pursue my MBA I heard different stories from
different graduates and it’s all true! Everyone here at the GSM
is busy one way or another.