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Jaime J. Merino Endowed Business Scholarship

(7/25/16) Dr. James Merino establishes the Jaime J. Merino Endowed Business Scholarship, in honor of his grandfather who was a lifelong supporter and advocate of education Read More…

Immigration, jobs, health care top platform issues

(7/15/16) UC Riverside scholars are available to discuss a variety of issues that are likely to arise at political conventions and their significance in this year's presidential campaign. Read More…

David Gutierrez (’04) Receives the Outstanding Young Alumnus Award

(7/8/16) David Gutierrez (’04) will receive the Outstanding Young Alumnus Award, which is given to UCR alumni 35 or younger with a significant record of career and civic achievement in their profession. Read More…

Asian-Owned Firms Growing Faster, Generating Higher Revenues in U.S., California, and Inland Southern California

(6/23/16) A new analysis of recently available U.S. Census data finds that businesses owned by Asians are growing faster in number and generating higher average revenues than 'total' businesses in the United States, California, and Inland Southern California. Within the Inland region, average per firm revenue at Asian-owned businesses exceeded average revenue at total firms in the area by more than $20,000 (6.6%) during the study period. Read More…

Inland Empire Consumers, Businesses Spending More

(6/22/16) Consumer and business spending in the Inland Empire have been gaining considerable traction, particularly in San Bernardino County, which has seen taxable sales growing at more than twice the rate of Riverside County, according to a new analysis released today by the UC Riverside School of Business Administration Center for Economic Forecasting and Development. Read More…

Awards & Honors

(6/22/16) Twenty students were honored on June 10, during the graduation recognition ceremony held by the Department of Physics and Astronomy. Read More…

The Class of 2016 is ready for the next challenge

(6/22/16) PWC,  Ernst & Young, Shanghai Disney, Toyota, Bank of China, FBI, Dell, Kaiser Permanente, Bank of America – Merrill Lynch, and Kohl’s are just some of the destinations for the outstanding class of 2016 Read More…

UCR Alumnus Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year

(6/21/16) UC Riverside alumnus Darin Anderson was named Ernst & Young’s 2016 Entrepreneur of the Year in Professional Services for Orange County and Inland Empire. Read More…

New MBA Fellowship Program launched to support graduates working at non-profits

(6/16/16) Two MBA graduates are awarded the new MBA Post-Graduate Fellowship to work at non-profits in the region. Read More…

Theodore Mock named for the AAA Lifetime Service Award

(6/13/16) Professor Theodore Mock will receive the American Accounting Association Lifetime Service Award at the 100th annual meeting of the AAA in New York City this August Read More…

Beta Gamma Sigma 8th Induction Ceremony

(6/10/16) UCR Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma inducted forty-three new student members Read More…

Susan Atherton Endowed Graduate Award Fund

(6/9/16) Susan Atherton establishes an endowed fund for local students pursing a graduate degree at the UCR Anderson Graduate School of Management Read More…

Awards & Honors

(6/7/16) UC Riverside alumnus Darin Anderson is an Ernst & Young 2016 Entrepreneur of the Year Award finalist. Anderson is chairman and CEO of Salas O’Brien, the leading specialty facilities planning, engineering, design, commissioning, and construction management firm with a maniacal focus on quality delivery. Read More…

Revenues, Employment at Black-Owned Businesses Growing Faster than at Total Businesses in U.S., State and Region

(6/1/16) A new analysis of recently available U.S. Census data finds that ownership, revenues, and hiring are growing significantly faster among businesses owned by Blacks than they are among 'total' businesses in the United States, California, and the Inland Southern California region. Read More…

Thank You to Our Donors!

(6/1/16) Video of the 2016 Scholarship and Awards Ceremony. Read More…

The Impact of a Scholarship.

(5/12/16) The amount of my scholarship is the same amount I earn from working about 110 hours – for me, that’s worth a whole quarter working... that has changed my life... Read More…

Introducing the Nu Rho Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi

(5/10/16) “The dedication and hard work of the over 40 student members has gotten us here. Their endeavors have made Beta Alpha Psi a reality."  Read More…

UCR Business School teams win big at the International Collegiate Business Strategy Competition!

(5/10/16) Two teams of undergraduate and graduate students won big at the International Collegiate Business Strategy Competition (ICBSC). Read More…

Recent News

UC Riverside Invites Public to Southwest Regional Economic Forecast

(5/27/16) Christopher Thornberg, director of the School of Business Administration Center for Economic Forecasting and Development at the University of California, Riverside will be a keynote speaker at the 2016 Southwest Regional Economic Forecast, set for Wednesday, June 8 at the Pechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula. Read More…

Business School Names Executive Fellows

(5/25/16) The University of California, Riverside School of Business Administration has named Victor Tolan and Patricia Watters its Executive Fellows for the 2016-17 school year. Read More…

Tyson Avery Speaks for the Dean's Speaker Series

(5/24/16) Mr. Avery, a judge in the Iraq war, shared how ethical leadership could have prevented the greatest scandal of the Iraq war and the lessons that apply in the business world. Read More…

Inland Southern California Economy Shows Strong Growth

(5/18/16) The Inland Southern California economy grew at an impressive pace in the fourth quarter of 2015, bucking trends at the state and national level by a significant margin, according a report released today by the University of California, Riverside’s School of Business Administration Center for Economic Forecasting and Development. Read More…

When Selling Good Karma Goes Bad

(5/13/16) A new study by researchers from the University of California, Riverside and the University of Louisville has examined how consumers’ beliefs about karma influence their responses to charitable appeals in advertising. The findings show that people who believe in karma, despite seeing the positive benefits of doing good deeds, do not always respond favorably. Read More…

Global Executive Speaker Rob Fraley Spoke on Campus

(5/9/16) Rob Fraley shares the inspiring story of his journey from Riverside to Wall Street Read More…

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