University of California, Riverside

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2017 News Archive

Trip to China strengthens collaboration with top universities

(4/17/17) School of Business delegates visit five cities in China to connect with alumni and top graduate student candidates Read More…

Commencement Speaker 2017 is Global CEO Chester T. Yang '93

(4/3/17) CEO and global agribusiness leader, Chester T. Yang '93, to speak at the UCR School of Business 2017 Commencement. Read More…

8th Annual UCR Oxford Young Entrepreneurial Leadership Program at Mansfield College

(4/3/17) Global Program 2017 wraps up at the University of Oxford. Led by Professor Sean Jasso, the Global Program takes undergraduate and graduate business students to top business destinations to give them international exposure by seeing first-hand the most important, dynamic and emerging markets in the world. Read More…

Did You Know?

(3/22/17) Upcoming screenings include "Manchester by the Sea" and "The Red Turtle." Read More…

UCR School of Business is ranked in the Top 100 nationwide

(3/16/17) The MBA program places at #93 for Best MBA Programs by the U.S. News & World Report 2018 Read More…

Inland Empire Rental Market Trends Outpacing Coastal Areas

(3/15/17) The Inland Empire's robust residential rental market is outpacing neighboring coastal areas with less vacancy and greater or equal growth in rent prices, according to a new analysis released today by the UC Riverside School of Business Center for Economic Forecasting and Development. Read More…

New White House Executive Order on Travel

(3/15/17) "For now, we call on the entire UCR community to stand together -- because we value diversity and inclusive excellence." --Kelechi Kalu, UCR vice provost of International Affairs Read More…

Reengineering the Budget Process to Help Hospitals Save Money

(3/13/17) A team of researchers, including one from the University of California, Riverside, has identified a new, more efficient way for hospitals to design their operating budgets that could help offset the rising costs of U.S. healthcare. Read More…

California Labor Market at 'Full Employment'

(3/3/17) The California Employment Development Department (EDD)'s annual benchmark revision of the state's employment figures only slightly changed previous estimates but include some notable industry adjustments, according to an analysis released jointly by Beacon Economics and the UCR School of Business Center for Economic Forecasting and Development. Read More…

Distinguished Professor Awarded KPMG Academic Research Panel Grant

(3/2/17) Theodore Mock, distinguished professor of audit & assurance with the UCR School of Business, has been awarded the KPMG Academic Research Panel grant. Read More…

Awards & Honors

(3/1/17) Award recipients were nominated by their colleagues and selected by INSIGHT Into Diversity based on their outstanding demonstration of social responsibility; involvement with students, faculty, staff, and the community; and commitment to serving underrepresented populations. Read More…

Banking Executive Candace Wiest to Speak in Riverside March 9

(2/28/17) Wiest will share insights from her career path in a male-dominated profession, her role as a community leader, and the latest industry concerns. Read More…

The Unexpected Cost of Acquisitions by Elite Companies

(2/9/17) Jerayr "John" Haleblian, a professor of management at the University of California, Riverside's School of Business, is available to speak to media about mergers and acquisitions as strategic business decisions and their impact on firms' performance. Read More…

Experts Available to Discuss President Trump's Policies

(2/8/17) In his first two and a half weeks in office, President Donald Trump has signed nearly a dozen executive orders - spanning from the so-called "Muslim ban," to a federal hiring freeze. Experts at the University of California, Riverside are available to discuss President Trump and his administration's various executive orders, policies and their impact and implications. Read More…

Valentine's Day - It's About (Money) Love

(2/2/17) Though the exact origin of Valentine's Day is unknown, one thing is certain, the holiday centered around love has become a major consumer holiday. That is one topic, among many others, experts at the University of California, Riverside are available to discuss concerning Valentine's Day. Read More…

Darin Anderson Selected to Serve as Alumni Regent

(1/30/17) Anderson will serve as Regent-designate from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018, followed by a one-year appointment as a voting member on the Board. Read More…

Mark Rampolla, Founder of ZICO Coconut Water, to Speak in Riverside Feb. 9

(1/25/17) Mark Rampolla, founder and former CEO of ZICO Coconut Water and author of "High-Hanging Fruit: Build Something Great by Going Where No One Else Will," will speak at the Fox Performing Arts Center, 3801 Mission Inn Ave, on Thursday, Feb. 9, beginning with a networking reception at 5:30 p.m. followed by the talk at 6:30 p.m. Read More…

UCR School of Business to Provide Scholarships for Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Members

(1/23/17) The School of Business at the University of California, Riverside has established a partnership with the Greater Riverside Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GRHCC) that will support chamber members wishing to pursue master's degrees from the A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management. Read More…

Inland Empire Gains 41,000 Jobs in 2016

(1/20/17) The Inland Empire added 8,300 jobs in December on a seasonally adjusted basis, bringing the total jobs gained in the region last year to 41,200, according to a report released today by the UCR School of Business Center for Economic Forecasting and Development. Read More…

General Consul of Romania Visited UCR

(1/13/17) Eugen Chivu highlighted his efforts to increase trade and diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Romania. Read More…

New Study Projects $11 Billion Local Economic Impact from LA 2024

(1/9/17) The LA 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games could increase economic output by up to $11.2 billion in Los Angeles and $18.3 billion nationwide according to a new economic impact assessment, highlighting significant legacy benefits of LA 2024's low-risk Games concept. The study was conducted by Beacon Economics LLC and the University of California, Riverside School of Business Center for Economic Forecasting and Development, and was commissioned by LA 2024 as required by the International Olympic Committee's candidature process. Read More…

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