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Unnava Reappointed as Graduate School of Management Dean
H. Rao Unnava has served as dean since 2016
Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Mary Croughan has reappointed H. Rao Unnava as the dean of the Graduate School of Management for a second five-year term.
Adobe Analytics Challenge: 14 Past Competitors Share How it Impacted Their Careers
Three UC Davis MS in Business Analytics alumni, Ashish Ranshinge, Paridhi Agal, and Vardhini Manivannan, reflect on their experience competing in past Adobe Analytics Challenges and how it "opened doors" for them.
Livestream Retailers: Why Hosts Should Sell with a Poker Face
Professor Prasad Naik and researchers from University of Tennessee published a new paper in the Journal of Marketing that investigates the sales impact of emotional expressions by the hosts of livestream retailing.
Why Your Onboarding Process Needs to Adapt to a Hybrid Workforce
A study conducted by Professor Kim Elsbach showed that maintaining work relationships is a huge challenge for remote workers, and people who feel connected with their managers (even if it’s through video calls and chats) are more likely to get
Valued Managers Exhibit a Range of Emotions—Positive and Negative. Why Does Crying Get a Bad Rap?
Professor Kim Elsabch surveyed 3,200 workers and executives and found that 52 percent of respondents had lost their temper at work, suggesting it was acceptable to show anger in the office. Yet 70 percent of the group held negative views about crying
Jonathan Pan Named to Poets&Quants' MBAs to Watch List
With a background in neurobiology and a love for food, Full-Time MBA student Jonathan Pan was recently recognized among Poets&Quants' MBAs to Watch: Class of 2021.
Recent Court Ruling and Shareholder Decisions Add Pressure, but It’s the Market that will Drive Oil Giants to Change
Distinguished Professor Paul Griffin says the real force that will drive Big Oil to reconsider how it manages emissions isn't the courts or activist pressure, it is more simple: It has to do with making money.
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.
Xpansiv Welcomes New CFO Suzy Taherian, Expands Advisory Board with Global Leaders
Lecturer Suzy Taherian has joined Xpansiv, the global marketplace for ESG-inclusive commodities, as the company's CFO. Taherian has over 20 years of experience as a senior executive for international industrial companies.
Breathing Easier with Big Bang! Business Competition Winner
2014 Big Bang! Business Competition winner Ben Wang has helped limit the spread of ventilator-associated bacterial pneumonia and credits UC Davis for the foundation of his start-up NeVap, which stands for Never Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia.
President of CFO Leadership Council Interviews Lecturer Suzy Taherian
Lecturer Suzy Taherian is interviewed by Jack McCullough, president of CFO leadership council, on LinkedIn Live as they look back on Taherian's predictions about the impact of COVID-19 on businesses and the future of finance.
MBA-Led Start-Up Earns $10K at 21st Annual Big Bang! Business Competition
An Airbnb for EV drivers
Led by Founder and CEO Angel Daniel Melchor and Chief Business Officer Meredith Roberts, a pair of UC Davis MBA students, local start-up INN>CHRG won the $10K Energy + Sustainability Award as part of the Big Bang! Business Competition.