A. Gary Anderson
Graduate School of Management

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UCR Business Alumnus Dazzles Tech World

Jim Merino has been a math whiz since he learned to count. His father and grandfather, both engineers, taught him algorithms in grade school. “They were always tossing brain teasers at me,” he recalls. And he still craves complex puzzles. Today, Merino, a math and data science expert – and graduate of Caltech (BS, 1984),...

Hylander Student Investment Fund

The Hylander Financial Group (HFG), a club founded in 2014 by UCR finance students, has been evaluating stocks for potential purchases to create investment portfolios. Last year they participated in the annual CFA Society of Orange County competition, and regularly bring financial experts to speak and mentor its members. Inspired by HFG’s success and depth...

School of Business Names 2019-2020 Executive Fellows

School of Business Names 2019-2020 Executive Fellows Darin Anderson ’89, MBA ’91, and Dr. David Hadley ’71, M.S. ’73. will serve as Executive Fellows for the 2019 -20 academic year. Founded in 1992, the Executive Fellows Program aims to connect distinguished business leaders with students and faculty to enrich the learning experience. Fellows serve a...

School of Business Overview

School of Business Overview Booklet A snapshot of the the School of Business and opportunities to support its most stragetic initiatives and projects. Giving Opportunities SCHOLARSHIPS Scholarships provide undergraduate and graduate students with financial support that allows them to continue their education and achieve their degrees. These scholarships are generally need-based. STUDENT SUPPORT FUNDS Where...

Two New Funds Champion Student Success

Two New Funds Established to Support Student Success As of 2018, twenty-seven scholarship funds have been established by donors to champion student success and over $132,000 was distributed in awards this year. As a result of the enormous growth in support received from our donors, alumni, and greater community, the total amount of scholarship funds...

The Numbers Add Up

The Numbers Add Up There’s no arguing that Sheldon “Shel” Richman is a numbers guy. He was a tax partner at Deloitte, the professional services firm, for forty years. For Shel, accounting was intellectually rewarding, and he learned about a variety of businesses up close. He met fascinating people and the job allowed him to...

Timothy Greenleaf ’78 Invests in Local Talent

Timothy Greenleaf ’78 Invests in Local Talent Timothy Greenleaf, a UCR alumnus ’78 and highly successful venture capital and private equity investor understands the value of money. He also understands the value of education and how often the lack of funds can prevent too many students with the aptitude to be successful to move the...
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