Leader in Mobile Associate Training Programs Launches INCITE® PUBLISHER 2.0

Chair of Business Analytics programs at GGU comments on evolving business technology.

Vology Welcomes Mike Ehresman as Sales Enablement VP

Ehresman, who earned both an MS in Taxation and BS in Management from GGU, extends an executive career that spans 30 years.

Golden Gate University Hires Leading Intellectual Property and Technology Law Professor David Franklyn

A preeminent expert on intellectual property (IP) and technology law, Franklyn becomes the university's first joint appointment between the School of Law and Ageno School of Business.

Business Analytics Project at Ad Agency Leads to Promotion & Google Award

Jeremey Bice (MBA, '17) created a risk profiler to predict customer engagement and find opportunities to improve the agency's business.

James Woys Joins Molina Healthcare as Executive Vice President of Health Plan Services

A graduate of GGU's MBA program has taken a leadership role at Molina Healthcare, a multibillion-dollar enterprise with headquarters in Southern California.

Exchange Bank Announces Paul Yeomans as SVP for Wholesale Banking Sales

Paul Yeomans (MBA, FInance '99) continues Bay Area banking career with a new leadership position.

Pepsi Cans Attempt to Reclaim Pop Culture Glory

Who will respond best to retro soda cans? Comments from GGU's Professor Emeritus and consumer psychologist Kit Yarrow.

Technology Industry Leader Brian Lillie Named to Talend Board

With more than two decades of experience leading functionally diverse teams in the enterprise software and cloud computing technology industries, and nearly a decade serving his country as an officer in the U.S. Air Force, Mr. Lillie brings a range of expertise that will inform Talend's strategy in the cloud market.

Philanthropist Bita Daryabari Receives Honorary Doctorate and Delivers GGU Commencement Address

In gratitude for her GGU education, Daryabari established the GGU Bita Daryabari Endowed Fund for Middle Eastern Students, which supports a scholarship for graduate business students born in a Middle Eastern country, and a graduate law fellowship for lawyers who reside in a Middle Eastern country.

Windes Announces New Tax Partners

Leading Southern California tax and accounting firm appoints Christy Selogie (MS, Taxation) to a top position.

CFO Builds Global Business Skills in the Executive MBA Program at Golden Gate University

Sam Martin (EMBA, '17) learned from cohort and skills-based curriculum as he went to the next level in his career.

International City/County Management Association Salutes Member-Volunteer Joaquin “Jay” Gonzalez

Accomplished Chair of the Executive Master of Public Administration contributes expertise in Africa.

Can a Class Actually Be Too Small?

Barbara Karlin, Vice President of Academic Affairs, comments on how student numbers impact the educational experience.

Wed Ahead

GGU alumni created a website where couples have raised $517 million for weddings and honeymoons.

Foundation for Financial Planning Appoints Three New Trustees

David Yeske, GGU Director of Financial Planning, was elected as Trustee to the only non-profit foundation solely devoted to supporting and fostering the delivery of pro bono financial planning advice to those in need.

2017 stock market: very investor friendly

Terry Connelly, Dean Emeritus of the Ageno School of Business, weighs in on KTVU's roundup of the 2017 stock market.

Money May Not Buy Happiness, But...

GGU's Professor Emeritus and consumer psychologist Kit Yarrow weighs in on the connection between money and happiness in this US News & World Report feature.

Data Analytics Skills for Business People: Video Interview with Dr. Judy Lee

Dr. Judy Lee, Chair of the new master’s degree in business analytics program, was interviewed this month at the 21st Cloud Expo in the Silicon Valley. She has spent the majority of her career in IT and software product engineering in the San Francisco Bay Area.

International Graduate Students at GGU in San Francisco

In honor of International Education Week, here are some of the stories of our overseas graduate students who currently attend GGU.

A psychologist explains why those Facebook product ads are so darn compelling

GGU's Professor Emeritus and consumer psychologist Kit Yarrow explains how marketing strategies impact consumers.

Videoconference: Join the Discussion on the New U.S. Tax Proposals

On November 14, The Braden School of Taxation will host one-hour videoconferences to share perspectives on the impact of the proposed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. Find more details and PowerPoint downloads.

Grads make more after attending these California colleges, federal data show

The U.S. Department of Education’s College Scorecard offers some key insights to help prospective students narrow down their choices. One of the points is "salary after attending,” which shows the median salary of students 10 years after starting school.

Global Macroeconomic Trends Seminar Attracts Finance Luminaries to GGU’s San Francisco Campus

JP Morgan, Wells Fargo, and other experts share their insights.

Longer holiday season to help procrastinators

GGU's Professor Emeritus and consumer psychologist Kit Yarrow weighs on the impact a longer Christmas shopping season will have on consumers.

New York Times Op-Ed: Let's Waste College on the Old

"Golden Gate should be a model for how other institutions can adapt to the newer, older face of American college students."