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  • Rady Bay Area Trek 2016 - Preparing for My Return Home

    February 25, 2016
    by Danny Huynh

    As a San Francisco Bay Area native, I never imagined that I would travel 500 miles as part of a school trip to visit companies in my own neighborhood. But that’s exactly what I did last month. With the help of Rady Graduate Career Connections, I was able to enter the doors of small and big-name companies, giving me one of my most memorable and rewarding MBA experiences at the Rady School thus far.
  • 2016 MBA Bay AreaTrek Recap

    February 18, 2016
    by Lauren Herr

    Hosted by Rady Graduate Career Connections, the trek provides Rady students the opportunity to learn about hiring procedures, meet executives face-to-face and network with Rady alumni at both small and big-name Bay Area companies that are driving innovation.
  • How My Rady School MBA Prepared Me to Produce a Movie

    January 28, 2016
    by Jing Hsu

    In the summer of 2014, I was offered an incredible opportunity to intern for Premier Oriental Pictures, a top film company in Beijing, China. I was extremely excited about the opportunity, but faced with one small problem: How does an MBA student with no artistic background contribute as an Assistant Story Developer/Producer?
  • Never Stop Starting Up - Andrew LeBlanc, MBA '15

    January 20, 2016
    by Lauren Herr

    Andrew LeBlanc (MBA '15), Co-Founder and CEO of Genrix, discusses how the Rady School's Lab to Market capstone course series and StartR Accelerator helped him learn to become the entrepreneur his is today.
  • From MBA Capstone Project to Acquisition: A Rady Health-Tech Startup Success Story

    January 11, 2016
    by Lauren Herr

    After completing medical school, Brad Pruitt (MBA ’11) became involved in the clinical trial world and sought an MBA at the Rady School to advance his career on the business side of medicine.
  • Rady School Research: Gift-Giving Taboos That Aren’t As Bad As You Think

    December 22, 2015
    by Elanor Williams and Mary Steffel

    Rady School Research: Gift-Giving Taboos That Aren’t As Bad As You Think
  • Rady School Research: The Key to Getting People to Donate to Charities

    December 14, 2015
    by Marta Serra-Garcia and James Andreoni

    Surprisingly, fundraisers may get more money by asking for a tentative pledge rather than a definite one.
  • Why Rady: Leveraging a FlexWeekend MBA to Disrupt Healthcare for Oncology Patients

    December 10, 2015
    by Aleena Karamally

    Ali Kuraishy (FlexWeekend ’17) is a Product Manager in the Oncology Department at Illumina, a life science company in San Diego. After receiving a B.S. in Molecular and Cellular Biology from UC Berkley and Ph.D.from UC Los Angeles, Kuraishy was looking for a program that would allow him to enhance his knowledge and skills without interfering with his work schedule.
  • Rady Alum Lada Rasochova Wins Local InnovateHER Competition for Startup Dermala

    December 9, 2015
    by San Diego Metopolitan magazine

    Dermala moves on to national competition sponsored by U.S. Small Business Administration and Microsoft on March 17 in Washington, D.C.
  • 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.