A. Gary Anderson
Graduate School of Management

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UCR Grads Making the Smart Home a New Standard

Imagine waking up, but instead of awakening to an obnoxious alarm clock, your house wakes you up. A voice-controlled audio system is speaking to you and her voice emerges from inconspicuous speakers in your walls. You tell her, “Good morning,” head to the kitchen, and a cup of coffee is already ready for you. As...

An MBA & Music Ph.D Team Up to Create Innovative Tech

In November 2019, Ethan Castro and Valtteri Salomaki, students at UCR, co-founded EDGE Sound Research. In only two months, they are finalizing the prototype of their first product, “ResonX”, with a team of engineers from UCR. Before the summer they hope to pilot their product with their first B2B customer and be accepted into an...

Make an MBA Your Own

Valtteri Salomaki started his MBA at the A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management to enhance his skillset in Marketing Strategy and Information Systems with the aim of gaining employment at a major tech firm and launching entrepreneurial endeavors. He then took his MBA program to a whole new level. Due to the flexibility and...

Dean's Report 2019

At UCR School of Business, we continue to build an environment that inspires greater engagement and collaboration which empowers all our stakeholders to achieve greater levels of success. Read the Dean's Report 2019

R'LEAD Program Gives Students a Headstart 

R'LEAD Program Gives Students a Headstart On January 11th, the School of Business Undergraduate Business Program held its inaugural R’LEAD initiative celebration. This celebration was the culmination of months of work by students, staff, and faculty. R’LEAD is a new and innovative program within the School of Business that aims to develop a more involved...

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...

MBA Class of '18 Achieves 90% Employment

A Leading School for Employment in Inland Southern California The A Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management (AGSM) is a leading school for employment in Inland Southern California. The MBA graduating class of 2018 reached 90% full-time employment within three months of graduation. Full-time MBA graduates are mostly early career professionals with an average age...

Alice Weiting Li, MBA ’18

Alice Weiting Li, MBA ’18 During her MBA, Alice participated in the AT&T Case Competition with fellow MBA students. Through the project, she applied and was chosen to be one of only 26 graduates from across the country for the AT&T Leadership Development Program. The AT&T program is a two-year rotational program for recent graduates...

Professor and the Global Economy

Professor and the Global Economy Dr. Sean Jasso is preparing students for a competitive environment beyond the classroom thorugh experience on a global level.​ “We get to see the students for who they are outside of their school work, and we can really prepare them for competing in a very fierce environment outside of the...