Accounting Minor Most Popular on Campus

The undergraduate accounting minor offered by the Rady School became the most popular minor at UC San Diego this fall after just one year of being offered. More than 300 students have declared the minor. Up to 250 students are expected to take the seven required courses to graduate with the minor in June.


Computer Science Associate Professor Named Rady School Adjunct

Associate Professor Ingolf H. Krueger, from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the Jacobs School of Engineering, was named adjunct associate professor at the Rady School of Management. He will help encourage collaboration between the Rady School and Jacobs School of Engineering, particularly the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. Krueger is co-director of the Architecture-Based Enterprise Systems Engineering program, jointly offered by the Jacobs School and the Rady School. The program offers senior engineers and engineering managers a master’s degree that prepares them to better lead an enterprise.

Krueger’s scholarship focuses on software and systems engineering for service-component and object-oriented systems. He holds a doctoral degree from Technische Universit�t M�nchen, Germany, and a master’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin, where he studied on a Fulbright Scholarship.

Learn more about Krueger’s work at http://sosa.ucsd.edu/people/ikrueger/.


Rady School Will Help Measure Outcome of UC San Diego’s Translational Science Grant

The Rady School will help evaluate medical advances as the result of a $37.2 million grant awarded to the University of California, San Diego from the National Institutes of Health to promote translational science. Rady Professor Uri Gneezy will lead the evaluation. Read more about Rady’s contribution here.