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LATEST NEWS from the UCR School of Business

Research & Scholarship

(1/10/18) When CEOs talk in less concrete terms, the stock price of their respective companies tends to suffer. Read More…

Concrete or Vague? How CEOs Talk Can Send Stocks Up or Down

(1/2/18) Concrete vocabulary can build trust among analysts, according to UCR research Read More…

How and who to sell to? How firms can maximize consumer profitability

(12/14/17) Early consumers aren't always the most profitable, according to research study Read More…

The Top Five Take-Aways From FOM|UCPath Informational Session

(12/13/17) Leaders explain the need for the program's promise to deliver a technological foundation for the accelerated growth of the university. Read More…

2017 Ends On High Note For The Inland Empire Economy

(12/12/17) Inland Empire economy receives top marks for 2017, according to UCR analysis Read More…

MRB1 Research Teams Announced

(12/6/17) In all, eight research teams - totaling more than 60 faculty principal investigators - were invited to move into the building. Read More…

Are Lower Wages in the Inland Empire a Result of Low Job Density?

(12/5/17) Inland Empire Needs Dense Downtown for Job Growth Read More…

UCR Business Serving Habitat for Humanity

(12/5/17) In 2011, UCR School of Business partnered with Habitat for Humanity's Brush with Kindness program. Six years and nineteen families later, UCR Business has earned thousands of volunteer hours toward their service commitment with Habitat. Read More…

IMPORTANT: New System Launching to Access Paychecks and More

(11/29/17) UCR faculty, staff, and student employees are encouraged to take note of upcoming key dates and required actions. A question-and-answer list is included. Read More…

Business Students Get Special Guest Visit From Assemblymember Jose Medina

(10/12/17) Assemblymember Jose Medina ’74, ’84, is presented with the UCR School of Business 2017 Outstanding Alumnus of the Year Award Read More…

Recent News

Inland Empire Business Activity Maintains Upward Climb; Future Growth Constrained By Lack of Workers

(11/21/17) Inland Empire is steaming forward, but labor challenges could halt growth Read More…

UCR Business Faculty Reaching Across Campus

(11/15/17) Dr. Sean Jasso was invited to present to the TRIO Scholars Program, a federally funded grant program that offers its 140 first-generation students academic, social, personal and career support from entry into the program until graduation. Read More…

UCR Celebrates Grand Opening of Veterans Resource Center

(11/7/17) UCR has about 100 student veterans and another 100 students are active-duty, reservists, or ROTC students. The new center was the work of current student veterans who wanted a bigger space and a centralized spot where they could find all the services they needed. Read More…

Do You Receive a Paper Paycheck?

(11/1/17) The campaign is currently in place to alert approximately 1,700 UCR employees about the changes that will impact how they receive their paycheck. Read More…

Research & Scholarship

(10/26/17) Mark Leibowitz, UC Riverside instructor and entrepreneur-in-residence, provided pointers for the attendees on how they should proceed with their business proposals. Read More…

Business and Political Elite Gather for Economic Forecast by UC Riverside School of Business

(10/26/17) Latest economic forecast from UC Riverside paints bright picture for Inland area Read More…

Opening Doors for First Generation Students

(10/26/17) Dr. Singh knows the challenges of navigating through higher education as a first generation student. Now, as a professor at the UCR School of Business, his vision is to play a role in their success. Read More…

Cynthia K. Larive Named as UCR Provost

(10/24/17) Cynthia K. Larive has been named UC Riverside's provost and executive vice chancellor. Larive has been serving in the role on an interim basis. Read More…

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