Dear Rady School Community,

    July 1 marks the 14th birthday of our Rady School. It’s hard to believe it has been 14 years; it’s even harder to grasp all the growth and successes for a school still in its infancy.

    A little over a week ago, approximately 300 students graduated from our MBA, Master of Finance, and Master of Science in Business Analytics degree programs. Our alumni population now exceeds 1,600 – amazing and innovative individuals on paths for impact and professional success. And our faculty ranks continue to grow with extraordinarily gifted scholars and educators. By any standard, they’re among the best.

    You know that our Rady School remains successful and growing because of its community – all of our faculty, students, staff, advisory council, alumni, and many more who have committed to excellence and impact. Many of you have persevered with us during these years.

    Thanks to all of you for your contributions, and congratulations on an amazing 14 years!

    With best wishes,

    Bob Sullivan, Dean of the Rady School of Management

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