By Susan Fornoff In the San Francisco Bay Area, big companies abound and a new tech startup launches seemingly every day. But if you’re working for any of those, you’re in the minority. Small businesses — including those owned by Golden Gate University’s alumni network of attorneys, financial planners, CPAs […]
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Last December, GGU held its annual Bridge Society Luncheon at the St. Francis Yacht Club. A crowd of more than 100 enjoyed the reception and luncheon. Photos by Charlotte Fiorito. 1 (l to r) Kathryn Ringgold (JD 70); Rachel Van Cleave, dean, School of Law; Jodi Phillips, […]
Deans, faculty and students gathered to celebrate the $1 million endowment gift from Bita Daryabari (MS 96). Her endowment will support scholarships for students in the Ageno School of Business and a fellowship for a lawyer at the School of Law. 1 (l to r) Tannaz Daryabari (student); Farzad Naimi […]
It is a common perception that entrepreneurs don’t need a degree. While there are many examples to support that idea — Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg — the point is open to debate, as there are many more successful entrepreneurs that have benefitted from getting degrees. However, one […]
Paul Fouts has been selected as the new dean of the Edward S. Ageno School of Business. Fouts, who served as the associate dean and director of MBA programs, has been a professor of corporate strategy, international strategy and technology management. He was awarded the Moskowitz Prize in 1998 for […]