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LATEST NEWS from the UCR School of Business

Two UCR Alumni Return to Campus to Share Their Success Stories with Business Students

(4/8/19) During the winter 2019 term, Dr. Raj Singh invited two UCR alumni, Armen Karamardian and Matt D. Lyons, as guest lecturers in the Employee Benefits and Introduction to Business classes. Both alumni received an enthusiastic welcome from students who enjoyed hearing about the keys to their successful career experiences. Read More…

Business Class Teaches 85 Students About Teamwork

(4/5/19) A new cross-campus partnership yields hands-on experience for students. Students from Professor Kyle Ingram's Business 145 course had one assignment: learn about teamwork. They spent the quarter experiencing the advantages and disadvantages of working in teams as they examined initiatives led by UC Riverside’s Healthy Campus, a program established in 2016 to highlight and create health-centered opportunities for students, staff, and faculty. Read More…

UCR School of Business Faculty Leading Future Leaders

(4/1/19) Dr. Sean Jasso and Dr. Kyle Ingram were among the faculty speakers at the Fifth Annual Inspiring R'Leaders Student Leadership Conference. The all-day Saturday conference hosted students from all majors across the University offering multiple workshops throughout the day focusing on three levels of leadership - individual, group, and society. Read More…

Inland Empire wage growth continues in tight labor market

(3/28/19) The regions's home affordability helps local labor force expand Read More…

Trade disputes have little effect on Inland Empire economy

(3/12/19) The region's economy continues to grow despite ongoing trade disputes that many feared would inhibit the logistics industry Read More…

Recent News

Accelerated Business Leaders Education Program Continues

(3/12/19) The UCR School of Business completed its second Accelerated Business Leaders Education (ABLE) program. The two programs were attended by over 100 participants from over 20 universities around the world. Structured as a two-week intensive camp, the ABLE program consists of graduate-level classes and a strong career-focused component for participants to experience the impact that a UCR business degree will have in their professional career. Read More…

UCR Business Professor Teaches in China on the U.S.-China Trade Relationship

(2/8/19) Dr. Sean Jasso was invited on a whirlwind lecture tour in China on the timely topic of trade between the United States and China. The host universities included Shanghai Maritime University’s School of Management, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics, Fudan University’s Center for American Studies, and Xiamen University’s School of Management and School of Economics. Read More…

R'LEAD Program Gives Students a Headstart

(1/30/19) The School of Business Undergraduate Business Program held its inaugural R’LEAD initiative celebration, a new and innovative program that aims to develop a more involved and informed undergraduate business student who is prepared to enter the workforce. Read More…

Collective nostalgia makes people prefer domestic products

(1/29/19) New study could help countries bolster domestic industries without resorting to tariffs or international trade re-negotiations Read More…

Kathleen Montgomery Selected to Join United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.

(1/25/19) Kathleen Montgomery has been selected as one of 20 members of a delegation of the League of Women Voters to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women. Read More…

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