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Graduate School of Management

The School of Business at UCR has a vast network of nearly 20,000 alumni! Whether you are living in the area, across the country, or abroad, there are many ways to keep in close touch with the Highlander community. There are many ways to get involved and give back to the School of Business. Explore our engagement opportunities, share your stories, and more.


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Alumni Referral Scholarship

Do you know family members, friends, or colleagues who would benefit from earning an MBA, Master of Finance, Master of Professional Accountancy or Master of Science in Business Analytics? The UCR School of Business Alumni Referral Scholarship program awards a $10,000 scholarship towards an MBA or Professional MBA or a $6,000 scholarship towards an MFin, MPAc or MSBA degree for qualified and accepted candidates. As a “thank you,” we’ll send you UCR swag in appreciation. Learn more about how to make an impact in your network and at the school through the

Alumni Referral Scholarship

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It only takes a couple of minutes to stay in the alumni loop! Keep your contact information up-to-date to ensure you receive the latest news, updates and invitations to UCR School of Business events:

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There are a variety of ways you can engage with us. Please identify which opportunities interest you and tell us about your professional and personal accomplishments:

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Featured Alumni Stories


Aniedi Effiong
Delivering for ‘Safety, People, and Innovation’
Aniedi Effiong is familiar with the speaker series events organized by the AGSM Graduate Student Ambassadors. Not long ago, he was among the UCR students attending these online discussions, making connections, learning from business professionals, seeking opportunity.
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Rosie Zhang ’11
Making In-person Shopping Almost as Easy as Buying Online
In the spring 2022 issue of UCR Magazine, the university announced its inaugural “40 Under 40 List” celebrating “young alumni making a splash across industries and around the world.”
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Michael King, Niagra
What It’s Like To Be a Supply Chain Planning Manager
Having worked in several roles for Niagara Bottling, Michael King is now a supply chain planning manager at the company.
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Valtteri Salomaki
NBA Launchpad Selects Technology by UCR Business Alumnus
The National Basketball Association has selected a startup, EDGE Sound Research, co-founded by UCR business alumnus Valtteri Salomaki ’18, ’20 MBA and current music Ph.D. student, Ethan Castro, for its NBA Launchpad initiative.
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Elia Quintana ’11 EMBA
Building a Business
Elia Quintana ’11 EMBA was ready for a new challenge in 2022.
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Anthony Bonales ’18
Giving Back is Par for the Course for UCR "40 Under 40" Alumnus
Whether he is mentoring younger business professionals or participating in a nonprofit program that uses golf to empower kids and teens, Anthony Bonales ’18 said his advice is the same: “You really get out what you put into relationships.”
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Diana Cullen ’19
"Invest in Your Network"
As senior manager of retail operations at Fabletics, Diana Cullen ’19 is responsible for the internal processes of retail locations globally for the popular active-lifestyle e-commerce brand, which has scaled up from 30 to almost 100 stores in the last three years.
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Randolph Kim ’11, ’14 alumnus
The Art of Investing and Dealmaking
A UCR undergraduate business course on the stock market and valuations pointed Randolph Kim ’11, ’14 to his career.
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