COVID-19

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Daniel Segel Utilizing MBA to Benefit Others During the Pandemic

Keeping students healthier so they can make the world a better place.

“The (UC Davis) MBA program gave me new skills, capabilities, and connections to get my foot in the tech field,” says Daniel Segel MBA 96, who helped set up the technology the university uses for mass, on-campus COVID testing, and vaccination.

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Why UC Davis is a Great Place for Entrepreneurs

“Aggie Innovators” are changing the world

“This truly was the apex of my education—blending my scientific expertise with my business acumen and my entrepreneurial spirit,” says MBA alumna Teri Slack.

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GSM Alumna, UC Davis Vice Chancellor Kelly Ratliff Joins White House Vaccine Panel

Alumna Kelly Ratliff MBA 93, a top administrator from UC Davis, will join a White House panel with Dr. Anthony Fauci to discuss the COVID-19 College Vaccine Challenge. 

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Who is "Henry Lee"? My MBA Journey and Jeopardy! Aspirations

Earning my UC Davis MBA changed the way I think.

Bay Area Part-Time MBA alumnus Henry Lee shares four big takeaways from his MBA journey, including a game show experience.

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Aggie Hacks x Google Cloud: The COVID-19 Path to Recovery

Winners and results of our MSBA program’s first national hackathon.

MSBA program hosts national hackathon in partnership with Google Cloud, attracting students from nine schools, to team up on COVID-19 solutions.   

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Aggie Hacks Goes National to 100+ Competitors at Nine B-schools

Our MSBA program’s first nationwide virtual hackathon

As this year’s Aggie Hack student organizer, Jessica Padolina MSBA 21 learned about connection and collaboration with partners from Google Cloud.

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New Rapid COVID-19 Test the Result of Partnership with Maurice Gallagher

UC Davis and alumnus Maurice J. Gallagher, Jr., CEO of Allegiant Travel Company, partner on first COVID-19 test involving mass spectrometry, robotics and machine learning. The Gallaghers' major gift in 2007 named Gallagher Hall, our campus home.

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My MSBA Journey from Bangalore to San Francisco

“Opportunity to create relationships with client companies attracted me.”

MSBA student Animesh Danayak shares his journey to UC Davis and how the program has helped deepen his understanding of the field of analytics.

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Restaurant Jaunts Create Credibility Issue for Politicians

In several media interviews, Professor Kim Elsbach discusses the long-term effects of high-profile California politicians, including the Governor and San Francisco Mayor, defying their health advice by dining out in groups. Does such behavior

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A New Breed of Business Leaders Emerge from Pandemic

“COVID-19 has become our deepest learning and adaptive challenge”

“As students and working professionals, we’re at the forefront of this jarring transition,” says Bay Area MBA student Rubia van Roodselaar.

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Post-COVID-19 Economy: Executives, Alumni Share Insights

Executive video series features faculty moderating dynamic panels

From the front lines, strategic advice in five key areas: finance, technology, business development, consulting/corporate strategy, supply chain/operations and leadership.

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“We're only physically distancing, not socially distancing.”

MSBA student leader Ana Parra Vera promotes fun, community building

While sheltered-in-place, MSBA student Ana Parra Vera collaborated on ways to build community, including a COVID-19 data competition and leading virtual "Zoom"ba workouts.

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Design Thinking Helps Us Thrive in Virtual Relationships

How to collaborate virtually with one another through empathy

With digital work and social spaces virtualizing our experiences, MBA student Justin Owens, a design-thinking expert at IBM, says empathy becomes key to collaboration.

You have likely heard “the new normal” to describe the realities of the

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Students Team Up on Solutions in COVID-19 Challenge

MSBA and MBA students partner on creative analyses of pandemic data

Judged by data experts at Google and Affirm, MSBA and MBA students teamed up in a two-week challenge to find creative, actionable data-driven insights to the spread of COVID-19.

The UC Davis COVID-19 Challenge brought together M.S. in

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How to Manage the COVID-19 Recovery

Professor Hemant Bhargava advises policymakers that reopening the economy should be viewed as a collection of simultaneous, rapid, data-driven science experiments.

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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.

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MPAc Admissions COVID-19 Response

Deadline Extensions and Support Available

Our MPAc admissions process has been adjusted to accommodate you, wherever you are in the process in these unprecedented times.

At UC Davis, we recognize the extraordinary personal and professional challenges that the coronavirus pandemic

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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.

Feeling anxious from the constant barrage of COVID-19 news, I realized quickly while quarantined

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COVID-19 Outbreak: An Opportunity to Sharpen My Communications Skills

Winter course helps us identify biases and hone our presentations

“Especially today, it’s important . . . to recognize our predispositions and opinions, set those aside and base decisions on verified facts,” writes Anggie Claudia.

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Zoom in: Face-time Crucial While Working from Home

Working remotely? Distracted by kids and dealing with shelter in place? Professor Kimberly Elsbach shows how to "be seen" by staying in touch with your supervisor.

Two, maybe three phones are ringing, your children are screaming for lunch