Friday 28 February 2020
The Ernest and Julio Gallo Management Program leverages strengths in engineering, natural and social sciences at UC Merced. Together, this unit serves as a cross-functional hub for interdisciplinary research in management science, for partnerships with for-profit and nonprofit enterprises and public organizations, and for education programs that address the growing need for managers who are well-versed in the complex problems associated with coupled human and environmental systems.
"We want to help these students become T-shaped professionals — people who have more than just depth in their areas of expertise, but broad experience across many areas so that they can work with a variety of people." — People, Planet and Profit Give New Management Program its Unique Focus
A common interest among the faculty members is how arrangements of people, organizations, information, technology and the natural world give rise to complex adaptive phenomena that pose difficult — often grand — challenges to society. As such, our program focuses on management strategies that seek balance and alignment among social justice, environmental resources and economic welfare — i.e. toward the long-term sustainability of people, planet and profit (PPP).
Our mission is to train the next generation of PPP managers and scholars using a distinctive multidisciplinary approach. Curricula provide a wide range of opportunities to gain management training via case studies, field exercises, internships and development of information-driven decision-making skills — all of which are required for successful administration of public and private resources, as well as service- and innovation-oriented enterprises, in the 21st century. Coursework stresses innovation, engineering and vigilance for emerging technologies that open the way for alternative sustainable and renewable approaches to institutional operations, resource management and service delivery.
We are delighted to announce the newest MIST faculty member! Tracey Osborne is Associate Professor and Endowed Presidential Chair in the Department of Management of Complex Systems at...
Professor Jeff Jenkins obtains multi-year funding from the National Park Service and Yosemite Conservancy to support a Yosemite Wilderness Character and Travel Pattern Study.
MIST Faculty are hosting free webinar sessions to discuss Successful MM Applications with future applicants Participants will receive an application fee waiver! ...