Home >> News Type >> News

In accordance with UC Santa Barbara's COVID-19 response, Technology Management is closed to walk-in assistance.
However, we will continue to conduct business remotely and can be reached via email.
For a list of faculty and staff, please go to our Technology Management Directory.


Fielding Monograph Series Includes Dr. Karen Bogart's Research on Sustainability Leadership

Dr. Karen A. Smith Bogart recently published her paper in Fielding Graduate University’s Fielding Monograph Series: Sustainability Leadership: Integrating Values, Meaning, and Action. Her paper was on “Understanding the influence of board of directors on corporate social responsibility in U.S. public companies” (2015).

Investiture Ceremony Honors Endowed Appointment of Prof. Paul Leonardi

(Santa Barbara, California) - The Technology Management Program and Office of Development celebrated the endowed appointment of Prof. Paul Leonardi at the investiture ceremony on November 9, 2015 at Mosher Alumni House.

Leonardi is the Duca Family Professor of Technology Management and the Investment Group of Santa Barbara Founding Director of the Master of Technology Management Program. He delivered his inaugural lecture entitled, “Visible: Technology Management and Innovation in the Digital Age.”

Strategic Management Society Elects Professor Renee Rottner into Leadership Role for 2 Years

Professor Renee Rotter has been elected to a leadership role in the Strategic Management Society's Knowledge and Innovation Interest Group, the leading academic association for business strategy researchers.  As Representative at Large, Renee will serve for two years to help the IG put together the scholarly and award program for the annual SMS International Conference.

UCSB to Offer First Master’s Tech Management Degree

The competition was fierce and the applicant pool deep, but it’s official — 23 students will begin the track to earn UC Santa Barbara’s first-ever master's business degree this fall.

University officials are in the final stage of preparation for the new professional master’s in technology management (MTM), an MBA-like degree that aims to teach tomorrow’s leaders how to manage fellow engineering and technology industry employees.

Fall UCSB classes begin Sept. 24.