Few of my students ever have, or ever will, walk a manufacturing line. Without that experience, it's hard to understand how much innovation goes into building even simple products that lies beyond the surface "design."
A very interesting article came out in the NYT about the general (and relatively accepted) lack of practical preparation of those graduating from law schools. It begs the question: what are we teaching when we teach business?
As the NYT reported, scientists at Facebook and the University of Milan (report posted here) have found that the average number of links connecting one arbitrarily selected person to another was 4.74 (in the U.S., it was just 4.37). So what's news?
Celebrating the launch of Ruhstaller, a new brewery named after Sacramento’s first premier brewer (Captain Frank Ruhstaller, 1881) by one of our former students, J-E Paino (proprietor), along with Peter Hoey (brew-master).