MBA Student Association volunteering for Hangsheng Electronics at the SEMA Auto in Las Vegas. The SEMA Show is the premier automotive specialty products trade event in the world, NOT OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC. It draws the industry’s brightest minds and hottest products to one place, the Las Vegas Convention Center. As part of the AAIW, the SEMA Show attracts more than 100,000 industry leaders from more than 100 countries for unlimited profit opportunities in the automotive, truck and SUV, powersports, and RV markets. SEMA Show 2011 drew more than 60,000 domestic and international buyers.
Please consider donating to the “Stuff the Bus” donation drive being coordinated by the AGSM Student Association. “Stuff the Bus” supports Operation Safehouse in their efforts to help teens in crisis. This drive runs until November 6. There are boxes with the UCR MBA logo at Anderson Hall South where you can donate items such as toiletries, nonperishable food, toothbrushes, blankets and pillows among many others (another box will also soon be placed in Anderson Hall Main).
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For more information, please contact AGSM Student Association VP of Ethics, Susanne Teng at email@example.com.
On October 23rd, the A. Gary Anderson School of Business Administration welcomed Jack Chen, CEO of PEC Global. With 25 years of experience, Jack Chen is an executive and entrepreneur. He is a professional in logistics and supply chain management. His company works with major corporations, such as Walmart, DHL, KFC, Disneyland, and much more. His company makes revenues of more than $1 billion dollars annually. His arrival was welcomed by more than 40 MBA Students in attendance anticipating opportunities provided by Mr. Chen. The Student Association provided MBA Polo Shirts to all of the special visitors for their contribution to the School of Business Administration.
Jack Chen Presentation 10-23-12
Come visit PEC Global’s Facebook webpage, your “One Stop Resource.” The page provides businesses and individuals key tools and expert guidance for successful globalization. With valued resources and connections all over the world in China, Korea, Thailand, India, Malaysia, Austria, Vietnam, and the United States, you can trust PEC Global has the expertise you need for going global. Don’t forget to click “like” on their Facebook website to be updated with the latest information!
Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/pecglobal?fref=ts
MBA Student Association is now selling brand new white MBA Polo shirts. Product will be made available at a discounted price of $25 during the MBA Welcome Party. Purchases after will cost $30 so make sure you place your orders early!
To place orders, please e-mail VP of Marketing, Intcher Bramlett, at firstname.lastname@example.org
To the AGSM graduates of 2012, you made it. Congratulations!! We are so proud of you and can’t wait to hear about the many places you’ll go, people you’ll meet and companies you’ll lead!
The UCR School of Business Administration and the A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management congratulate Blake Coffin, an MBA Class of 2012 student and president of the MBA Student Association, for being named the 2012 recipient of the annual Dr. Gordon and Anna Watkins Award. Established in honor of UCR’s first provost and his wife, the award honors outstanding volunteer service by a graduate student to the campus and/or the community. Read on at http://soba.ucr.edu/news/?news=104.
UCR MBA is number 97 out of 441 Surveyed schools. This is a great move forward as we were not previously on this ranking. This is in large part to the students support who filled out the employment survey upon graduation. We need to make sure everyone knows to fill out the employment survey again upon graduation as we can start to move our way up the rank with that information! U.S. News surveyed 441 M.B.A. programs to get the information used in the ranking of top business schools. click here for more information…
This is the second consecutive year that UCR has received recognition for students’ volunteering efforts. click on image to read the article
The UCR MBA Student Association participated in the Keep Riverside Clean & Beautiful project. (Photo courtesy of Diana Colgrove)