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  • Rady Alumni Silvia Mah Wins Pinnacle Award for Fostering Success for Entrepreneurial Women in San Diego

    May 1, 2015
    by Lauren Herr

    Last night, Rady School alumni Silvia Mah (MBA ’10) won the “Individual in Services” award at the 2015 Pinnacle Awards for her support of female founders and funders to launch, grow and sustain successful female-owned businesses
  • Which Rady MBA Program is the Right Fit for You?

    April 28, 2015
    by Jay Bryant

    There are a few industry vocabulary terms that applicants should be familiar with
  • Master of Finance Student Oliver Binz to Pursue PhD at Duke

    April 22, 2015
    by Lauren Herr

    Oliver Binz (’15) moved to San Diego from Germany last year to pursue a Master of Finance from the Rady School. Unsure of whether he wanted to continue in his current field or transition to academia, he joined the program to gain a deep understanding of finance and decide what direction to advance his career. Fast forward to today, nearly complete with his Master of Finance, Binz has achieved these goals and recently accepted an offer to join Duke University’s PhD program in Accounting.
  • Rady Veteran's Association Highlights Military Values and Professional Development at First Annual Paintball Leadership Challenge

    April 21, 2015
    by Aleena Karamally

    The Rady Veterans’ Association (RVA) hosted its first annual Leadership Challenge at the San Diego Paintball Park to share military experiences and values with classmates in the hopes of developing strong and ethical business leaders.
  • My Spring Break, Right Here in San Diego

    April 9, 2015
    by Keith Louie

    MBA Career Connection's Top Sites for a Successful Career Strategy
  • Fall 2014 StartR Teams Present at Third StartR Demo Day

    April 14, 2015
    by Aleena Karamally

    At the Rady School of Management’s StartR Demo Day, StartR’s Fall 2014 teams had the opportunity to present their startups to investors, industry leaders and the Rady School community.
  • Return On Life

    April 8, 2015
    by Lauren Herr

    The Rady Family Foundation makes a $100 Million Commitment to Benefit the Rady School of Management at UC San Diego
  • Why Rady? An MBA Student Perspective

    April 2, 2015
    by Emily (Na) Wei

    “Why did you decide to earn your MBA at Rady?” is the most frequently asked question I have received since my experience in the U.S. began less than two years ago.
  • Leveraging a Rady MBA for Military Career Advancement

    March 31, 2015
    by Aleena Karamally

    Lieutenant Commander Petro reflects below on why the Rady School was the right fit for him and how he leveraged his Rady MBA to advance his career within the military.
  • Transitioning From a Tech to Business Career with an MBA - Is it Really Possible?

    March 26, 2015
    by Shiva Swaminathan

    An MBA degree is often seen as a route for professionals with a technical or non-business background to transition into business-centric careers and we hear and see Rady students and alumni accomplish it time and time again. So why do some struggle to make that dream switch?
  • Rady School Team Selected for Hult Prize Finals

    March 24, 2015
    by Melinda Battenberg

    Team Develops Interactive Toy to Address Early Childhood Education Gap
  • A Day in the Life of a Rady MBA Student

    March 19, 2015
    by Julia Lee

    Julia Lee (’15) is a second-year student in the Rady School’s full-time MBA program, specializing in marketing. This is a glimpse into Lee’s everyday life as a Rady full-time MBA student.
  • Getting to Know the Rady School Student MBA Ambassadors, Part Six

    March 17, 2015
    by Lauren Herr

    The Rady School’s student MBA Ambassadors serve as a peer-to-peer resource to answer questions and help prospective students get a feel for Rady’s student life, academics, culture and more. In the final part of our six-part series, Sarah Feldman shares her Rady story and advice to those interested in pursuing a Rady MBA.
  • Why Your Business Writing Should Be "Vocabu-wary"

    March 12, 2015
    by Jenny Baranick

    On the first day of class, I ask my college students which aspect of their writing they most hope to improve. For the ten years I have been teaching, the most popular answer I’ve received is they want to improve their vocabulary.
  • Getting to Know the Rady School Student MBA Ambassadors, Part Five

    March 10, 2015
    by Aleena Karamally

    The Rady School of Management encourages prospective students to interact with our Student MBA Ambassadors, who offer a broad and relatable perspective on student life, academics, and culture in San Diego. This blog, part five of a six-part series, features Lei Su, a full-time MBA student originally from China who shares his unique perspective on life at the Rady School.