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Golden Gate University was deeply saddened to learn today of the passing of Bernard Tyson, CEO of Kaiser Permanente and GGU alumnus. Bernard received his B.S. from GGU in 1982 and his MBA in 1984. He was a dignified business leader and a champion for accessible healthcare, racial justice and workplace diversity. We were proud to name his Alumnus of the Year in 2007, and have him offer our undergraduate commencement address in 2015. He will be missed. ... See MoreSee Less

Golden Gate University was deeply saddened to learn today of the passing of Bernard Tyson, CEO of Kaiser Permanente and GGU alumnus. Bernard received his B.S. from GGU in 1982 and his MBA in 1984. He was a dignified business leader and a champion for accessible healthcare, racial justice and workplace diversity. We were proud to name his Alumnus of the Year in 2007, and have him offer our undergraduate commencement address in 2015. He will be missed.

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Bernard will be missed. He was a gentleman and outstanding leader. Condolences to his family.

RIP, Bernard Tyson. It was indeed a pleasure meeting you, and thank you for your contribution to GGU community.

R I P my fellow alumni.

R.I.P. Bernard Tyson

his family will be in my prayers

RIP Bernard

RIP.

RIP

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Join us on Thursday, 11/7, from 5-6 pm on campus to hear real-world veteran stories, and learn more about the trials and triumphs in providing our vets with much-needed care and support. This “Meet the Author” program is inspired by the new book, “Veteran Care and Services: Essays and Case Studies on Practices, Innovations and Challenges,” edited by Joaquin Jay Gonzales III, PhD, Mickey P. McGee, DPA and Roger L. Kemp.

We’ll have a panel discussion moderated by GGU’s Jay Gonzales, Mayor George Christopher Prof. of Public Administration, and Mick McGee, associate professor of public administration, with several of the book’s distinguished contributors. Discussion will address a wide range of topics of interest to veterans, including: PTSD, health, and issues of concern to often-unheard voices of women, minority and homeless vets. This program is free, but registration is required: alumni.ggu.edu/meet-the-author
#veterans #VeteransDay #graduatewithgoldengate
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Join us on Thursday, 11/7, from 5-6 pm on campus to hear real-world veteran stories, and learn more about the trials and triumphs in providing our vets with much-needed care and support. This “Meet the Author” program is inspired by the new book,  “Veteran Care and Services: Essays and Case Studies on Practices, Innovations and Challenges,” edited by Joaquin Jay Gonzales III, PhD, Mickey P. McGee, DPA and Roger L. Kemp. 

We’ll have a panel discussion moderated by GGU’s Jay Gonzales, Mayor George Christopher Prof. of Public Administration, and Mick McGee, associate professor of public administration, with several of the book’s distinguished contributors. Discussion will address a wide range of topics of interest to veterans, including: PTSD, health, and issues of concern to often-unheard voices of women, minority and homeless vets. This program is free, but registration is required: alumni.ggu.edu/meet-the-author
#veterans #VeteransDay #graduatewithgoldengate

GGU this weekend hosted MeasureCamp, the "unconference" dedicated to the burgeoning digital analytics field. GGU recently launched an M.S. in business analytics to prepare students to address real-world challenges in this area. #measurecamp ow.ly/GyY450wxbmJ ... See MoreSee Less

GGU this weekend hosted MeasureCamp, the unconference dedicated to the burgeoning digital analytics field. GGU recently launched an M.S. in business analytics to prepare students to address real-world challenges in this area. #measurecamp http://ow.ly/GyY450wxbmJ

GGU alumna Catherine Ivy talks about the personal experience that led to the creation of the Ben and Catherine Ivy Foundation, which has contributed over $91 million to brain cancer research. thriveglobal.com/stories/social-impact-heroes-why-catherine-ivy-and-the-ivy-foundation-have-contr... ... See MoreSee Less

GGU alumna Catherine Ivy talks about the personal experience that led to the creation of the Ben and Catherine Ivy Foundation, which has contributed over $91 million to brain cancer research. https://thriveglobal.com/stories/social-impact-heroes-why-catherine-ivy-and-the-ivy-foundation-have-contributed-over-91-million-to-accelerate-drug-and-treatment-discovery-for-brain-cancer/
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