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  • A Culture of Entrepreneurship - Opening Santa Barbara’s Non-Profit Ice Rink Facility

    December 9, 2015
    by Sarah Feldman

    Some of you may recall seeing my blog entry last year about the ground breaking of a new non-profit ice rink in Santa Barbara. This year we celebrated the Grand Opening of Ice in Paradise, the only ice rink for adaptive sports of its kind West of the Mississippi.
  • Professor of Finance Rossen Valkanov Appointed as Inaugural Recipient of Zable Endowed Chair in Management Leadership

    December 7, 2015
    by Melinda Battenberg

    The Zable Endowed Chair was established from a bequest from Cubic Corporation founder Walter J. Zable and his wife, Betty C. Zable, to support faculty recruitment, teaching, and research activities and to support the creation of new models for management education at the Rady School of Management.
  • A Day in the Life of a Full-Time Rady MBA Student

    December 4, 2015
    by Aaron Chiu

    Just how busy can a business student get? You probably can’t answer this question unless you’ve been through it yourself. In my post, I hope to give you a sense of a typical Thursday for me at Rady.
  • 2015 TriNet Challenge Recap

    December 3, 2015
    by Lauren Herr

    Rady School startup team CB Therapeutics wins big at 4th annual UC San Diego-wide competition.
  • Why Rady: From a Senior Scientist in Biotech

    December 3, 2015
    by Aleena Karamally

    Dina Uzri is a Senior Scientist at Abreos Biosciences, a local assay development company which focuses on precision dosing and drug development. She earned a Ph.D. at Harvard University and a postdoc at Stanford University School of Medicine. When Uzri began searching for an MBA program, she knew exactly what she wanted, but wasn’t quite sure where to find it.
  • Military Officer RoDeece Dean Talks Failure, Success and Perseverance After Rady

    December 1, 2015
    by Aleena Karamally

    Rady School alum Lt. Commander RoDeece Dean (MBA ’13), who currently serves as Deputy Director of Strategy and Future Requirements at Naval District Washington and as a Military Social Aide to the President, spoke with current MBA students about how his Rady School MBA impacted his life and career post-graduation at a professional seminar.
  • From T-shirt Folder to Student Leader - My Journey to Becoming #RadyMade

    December 1, 2015
    by Danny Huynh

    As a Rady School student Ambassador, I want to share my Rady story and my MBA journey. While many students start their MBA journey incredibly experienced in the workplace and ready to land their next position on the corporate ladder, I was still trying to find my place in the professional world. It wasn’t easy getting to this point, but my mixed bag of past experiences has taught me to expect the unexpected and to learn from every experience.
  • Never Stop Advancing - Jeff Benabio, MD, MBA'15

    November 24, 2015
    by Lauren Herr

    Jeff Benabio, MD (MBA '15) discusses the impact his Rady MBA made on his career and how he uses the business acumen and emphasis on innovation learned at Rady in his new role as Director of Healthcare Transformation at Kaiser Permanente.
  • Help Grow our Rady Community by Supporting Fellowships on Giving Tuesday

    November 23, 2015
    by Alexandra Jacobo-Mares

    On Tuesday, December 1st, after the turkey has been eaten and the shopping has been done, the Rady School will strive to raise $5,000 for the Fellowships for the Future fund.
  • How to Survive a Rigorous MBA Program: A Graduate Student's Survival Guide

    November 17, 2015
    by Nick Bernard

    This is the quick and dirty guide (because your time is limited) on managing stress as you acquire your MBA and seek achievements beyond.
  • Rady [X] Technology Conference Recap

    November 16, 2015
    by Gary Sahota

    Second annual, student-organized tech conference brings together over 200 students, alumni and senior leaders in the San Diego community.
  • Rady at the Center of San Diego's Innovation Economy: My Inspiration from TEDx in San Diego

    November 12, 2015
    by Takeshi Kanamori

    Last week, I attended a TEDx event in in downtown San Diego hoping to get some inspiration for my Lab to Market course. Lab to Market is the signature course sequence at the Rady School in which students apply technical knowledge to their own unique idea with the intention to improve an existing model or create a new business.
  • My MBA Internship Experience in South Africa and Great Journey Across America

    November 11, 2015
    by Yoshiaki Ichinowatari

    Before I came to the U.S., I worked at the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), Government of Japan, learning how to tackle big challenges faced by both private and public sectors. As a student at the Rady School, I’ve been able to integrate my MBA experience with my working experience at the Japanese government. Furthermore, I’ve had access to collaborate and learn from opportunities not only at Rady, but also throughout the larger UC San Diego community.
  • The Hustler, the Hacker or the Hipster: How OneStart Helped Our Startup Team Find Ourselves

    November 9, 2015
    by Andrew LeBlanc

    An entrepreneur recently was lamenting to me about the difficulties of raising money in San Diego. For technology startups, funding is essential to commercialize and ultimately utilize scientific discoveries for the benefit of humankind. Yet for many entrepreneurs, funding seems particularly difficult locally.
  • The mystartupXX Accelerator Program Supports Diversity in the San Diego Community and Beyond

    November 5, 2015
    by Aleena Karamally

    In a culture where the importance of racial, ethnic and gender diversity are often overlooked, the mystartupXX accelerator, a collaboration of the California Institute for Innovation and Development (CIID) and the Jacobs School of Engineering, is making a difference.