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COB Graduation walkers at Commencements
DISTINGUISHED ALUMNA Barbara Barcon 1984, MBA, Management MOST VALUABLE PROFESSOR Dr. Ping Ling, Professor Accountancy OUTSTANDING BACCALAUREATE GRADUATE Jessica Lam, Accountancy and Finance OUTSTANDING POST BACCALAUREATE GRADUATE Fabian Espinoza, MS Supply Chain Management DEAN’S MEDALIST Taylor Berecz, Accountancy Piv Heng, Management/HRM GRADUATE DEAN’S LIST OF UNIVERSITY SCHOLARS AND ARTISTS Fransiska Frisesdal, Accelerated MBA
Dean Solt
The College of Business Administration has just completed another exciting, active, and eventful academic year –  graduating more than 1,400 undergraduates and over 100 MBA and MS students on May 25 is a fitting coda to the efforts of our faculty, staff, students, alumni, and friends. In this Update, you will learn about our students doing well in competitions, our faculty offering investment insights, our fundraising success, new graduate programs being offered, a new partnership with 49er...
laura gonzalez
On April 19, a podcast by Dr. Laura Gonzalez became available. It is ILAB 91 - Behavioral Finance in P2P Lending with Laura Gonzalez - Invest Like a Boss, INVEST LIKE A BOSS PODCAST BY DR. Laura Gonzalez
Mohamed and Shiprio
CBA’s IS undergraduate team won the third-place prize at the SAS Global Forum Student Competition in Denver, Colorado on April 19. Approximately 6,500 people attended this annual conference. The top eight student teams from across the nation presented their papers in front of a panel of judges from SAS and a large audience. 
artemus lab winning students celebrate
Artemus Labs Team Members (left to right) Rae Jillian Rivera, Calvin Leung, Nikki Escobar, Anna Maria del Mundo, and Kimberly Ventura. They sweated over their ideas and worked tirelessly on the designs. Then, they challenged their engineering, marketing and strategy skills, eventually proving their innovative projects worthy. But only one could be the best.
Princeton Review CBA 2018
CSULB is ranked 53rd on Forbes’ 2018 list of “America’s Best Value Colleges.” For its rankings, Forbes considers six dimensions: alumni earnings, net price, net debt, timely graduation, school quality, and the population of Pell Grant recipients. CSULB’s inclusion on the list is great recognition of the value of the education that we provide our students.