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Housing Needed to Sustain Economic Growth in Inland Southern California

(1/28/16) The Center for Economic Forecasting and Development at the University of California, Riverside’s School of Business Administration, released its first Inland Southern California Regional Intelligence Report on Thursday (Jan. 28). The report provides data and intelligence on employment, local spending, and residential and commercial real estate in the inland region. Read More…

Craig Blunden Speaks on Campus

(1/27/16) Former Executive Fellow Craid Blunden speaks on campus about the rise and fall of real estate banking Read More…

Remembering 2015

(1/27/16) Watch the highlights from 2015 and remember the wonderful people who contributed to building an outstanding business school. Read More…

Who Says?

(1/26/16) "You're talking about an economy that toward the end of the year is growing at close to a 4 1/2 percent clip in terms of job growth. That's a rapid pace of growth to say the least, and of course not exactly representing what's happening in the state overall." Christopher Thornberg, director of the School of Business Administration Center for Economic Forecasting and Development Read More…

Awards and Honors

(1/26/16) The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded Clifford E. Trafzer, distinguished professor of history and Rupert Costo Chair in American Indian Affairs, a $50,400 grant to finish research and complete a book manuscript about this collaboration between 29 tribes in Southern California and public nurses to eradicate diseases in the 20th century. Read More…

Audit & Advisory Interns land jobs in the Big 4

(1/25/16) Business School students' outstanding work with UCR Audit & Advisory Services lands them jobs at the Big 4 and major accounting firms. Read More…

Student Success Stories

(1/13/16) Yaqi Wang, a 2nd year MBA from China, gets a competitive internship at Walt Disney World in Orlando. Read More…

MBA Class of '15 Employment Success

(1/4/16) 88% of the MBA Class of '15 were employed within 3 months of graduation and earning 13% more than the previous year. Read More…

Inland Southern California Adds Most Jobs in a Single California Region in November

(12/18/15) Continuing a strong year, Inland Southern California added another 4,600 jobs in November on a seasonally adjusted basis.* This increase builds on the 7,400 nonfarm positions added in October. The most recent jump puts Inland Southern California at the top of the list for the most jobs added in a single region in California in November. Read More…

Expert Available to Discuss Fed’s Expected Interest Rate Increase

(12/15/15) The Federal Reserve is widely expected to raise interest rates for the first time in nine years this week, signaling the end of the Central Bank’s emergency response to the financial crisis and its confidence in U.S. economic growth. Read More…

CFO of Ware Malcomb, a leading national design firm, speaks on Campus

(11/20/15) Tobin Sloane, UCR School of Business Administration alumnus, spoke on campus about the road after graduation Read More…

Recent News

MBA ranked as one of the most international in the nation

(12/9/15) US News and World Report ranks the UCR MBA as one of the top 10 most international programs in the nation. Read More…

The Holidays from A to Z

(11/23/15) Faculty experts at the University of California, Riverside are available to discuss their latest research and topics ranging from holiday film favorites, the chemistry of your favorite holiday concoctions, and the origins of Christmas to managing expectations, teaching STEM using principles of Kwanzaa, and atheist humor. Read More…

UCR’s Middle Eastern Student Center and Hillel Organize Vigil to Support Victims of Terrorism

(11/18/15) The Middle East Student Center — MESC — and Hillel are co-sponsoring a candlelight vigil at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18 near the UC Riverside flagpole for the entire campus community to send support to the victims of recent terrorism abroad. Read More…

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