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Magali Delmas

Magali Delmas developed UCLA Engage to see if smart electricity meters "turn on" conservation behaviors

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Magali Delmas

Courting the "convenient environmentalist" with better green products could help stave off climate catastrophe

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Tina Lee ('09)

Tina Lee ('09), CEO of T & T Supermarket, was named to the Canada/U.S. women's economic council.Learn More

 
Mary Harvey ('98)

Olympian Mary Harvey ('98) was named the 2017 recipient of U.S. Soccer’s prestigious Werner Fricker Builder Award.
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Magali Delmas

Forbes was impressed by research from Magali Delmas that shows organic "eco-certified" wines taste better than other wines.

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Janet Uthman ('92)

Named to Ebony magazine’s Power 100, Janet Uthman (’92) is championing inclusion in a new role at Comcast and in her community

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Alex Rosen ('11)

Cisco marketer Alex Rosen ('11) uses her creative side to spark innovation.
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Magali Delmas

If you thought Washington was overrun by climate change deniers, Magali Delmas shows you lobbyists that might surprise you.

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Jana Gallus

Jana Gallus talked about the value of nonmonetary rewards, such as the Oscars, with Patt Morrison. Learn More

 
Judy Olian

Judy Olian highlights the many remarkable accomplishments of triple Bruin Martine Rothblatt (J.D./MBA '81).
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Lorraine Lutton ('90)

Health care pro Lorraine Lutton (’90), once a teen volunteer candy striper, is now president and CEO of Roper St. Francis in Charleston, SC. Learn More

 
Judy Olian

Judy Olian visited Anderson alumni in Asia and told Hong Kong's Education Post about the school's new initiatives to meet demand from Asian markets.
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Jana Gallus

Die Zeit calls Jana Gallus "Our Most Promising Economist."

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Cassie Mogilner Holmes

Cassie Mogilner Holmes shared research that reveals whether mataerial gifts or experiences build stronger relationships.

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Judy Olian

Dean Judy Olian settles the question: Artificial Intelligence won’t replace CEOs.
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Elisa Long

Numbers expert and Price is Right winner Elisa Long calculates the odds of players' spinning a 3-way tie to win.

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Magali Delmas

If you thought Washington was overrun by climate change deniers, Magali Delmas shows you lobbyists that might surprise you.

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Cassie Mogilner Holmes

Cassie Mogilner Holmes collaborated with Hal Hershfield to find out how people choose between more time or more money. Learn More

 
Britney Sussman ('16)

Britney Sussman told BusinessBecause why she works to redefine how companies think about their people.

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Jana Gallus

Poets & Quants profiled Jana Gallus among its top B-school faculty.

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Jana Gallus

Jana Gallus invented a non-cash prize to see how editor retention on Wikipedia could be maintained

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Suzanne Shu

Suzanne Shu's approach to teaching led Britney Sussman ('16) to name her in Poets & Quants' favorite faculty.

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Margaret Shih

Margaret Shih and Serena Does explored how businesses can build more inclusive workplaces by recognizing the nuances of bias.

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Ariella Herman

Dr. Ariella Herman found there's a great need for better K-12 education to prevent skin cancer.

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Lonnie Ali (’86)

Activist and Distinguished Alumni Award recipient Lonnie Ali (’86) remembers the late Muhammad Ali.

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Nike Irvin (’89) and Norberta Noguera (’01)

Diversity Journal named Nike Irvin (’89) and Norberta Noguera (’01) 2016 Women Worth Watching.

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Jenessa Shapiro

Jenessa Shapiro distinguished herself as one of Poets & Quants best 40 faculty under 40.

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Charlotte Maines ('13)

Amazon rising star Charlotte Maines ('13) compared interests and ambitions with Samantha Skarin ('17).

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Suzanne Shu

Suzanne Shu's research on the power of three proves that four choices are too many.

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Dr. Magliato honored at the Women's Day Red Dress Awards

Heart surgeon Kathy Magliato ('06) was honored at the 2016 Red Dress Awards for her contributions in the fight against heart disease.
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UC President Janet Napolitano Headlines Robertson Lecture Series Event

The series serves to provide opportunities for UCLA Anderson students to acquire global leadership perspectives through discussions around the critical issues impacting global business and the global political economy.
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Kelsey Doorey's Vow to be Chic Makes Poets & Quants' Top MBA Startups of 2016

When she Vowed to Be Chic, Kelsey Doorey didn't know she'd be featured as a P&Q 2016 Top 100 MBA Startup.
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The Importance of Culture and Values in the Military

As part of a special Diversity, Equity and Inclusion event, Rear Admiral Margaret “Peg” Deluca Klein joined Betsy Berkhemer-Credaire (B.A. ’69), president and co-founder of Berkhemer Clayton Inc., for a salute to women in the military and a conversation about values-based leadership earlier this week. In a casual Q&A, Klein shared her journey through the world of naval aviation.Learn More

 
“Why It’s Good Business to be a Good Business.”

President of Northrop Nonprofit Consulting, Gayle Northrop spoke about what it means to run a socially good business at an event co-sponsored by Virgin Unite, Virgin America and Virgin Hotels.
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Anderson Alumna Christine McCarthy Promoted to the C Suite at Disney

Alumna and Walt Disney Company veteran Christine McCarthy(’81) was promoted to senior EVP and CFO.
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UCLA Anderson TED Week 2015: Dr. Molly Joel Coye

Molly Joel Coye, MD. Chief Innovation Officer, UCLA Health System Institute for Innovation in HealthWatch Video

 
Amid Friends and Fellow Donors, Marion Anderson Gives Momentum to Anderson’s Into the Next Campaign

Marion Anderson gave momentum to Anderson’s Into the Next Campaign with a transformative $100 million gift.

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How Tomorrow’s Shoes Launched a Movement

UCLA Anderson’s second annual Social Innovation Week culminated in a day of events that included a keynote address by Priya Bery, chief of staff of TOMS, the one-for-one shoe company setting an example of how for-profit businesses can be part of the solution to global problems.
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Women Entrepreneurs Open Annual Montgomery Summit

On Monday, March 9, an array of women business leaders and entrepreneurs gathered to recognize the achievements of women in the business world. The event kicked off the prestigious Montgomery Summit and was held in Santa Monica’s Fairmont Hotel.
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Women in Business: Elizabeth Ghaffari, CEO, Technology Place Inc

Elizabeth Ghaffari is president and CEO of Technology Place Inc., a corporation that delivers strategic technology advisory services to U.S. and international business clients. Previously, she was a manager of IT at major financial institutions in California and a consulting economist to major development firms domestically and abroad.
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Can Women MBAs STEM the Tide?

In the current issue of Professional Woman's Magazine, Anderson's assistant dean for diversity initiatives and community relations Kimberly Freeman predicts a bright future for women pursuing a STEM/MBA combination.
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Anderson Women’s Summit Fosters Paths to Success

The third annual Anderson Women's Summit brought together industry experts, students and alumni to discuss common workplace concerns and to share stories of progress and success.

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A Historic Gathering Of Female B-School Deans Tackles Gender Inequality

On February 3rd, 10 powerful deans at leading U.S. business schools met at UCLA Anderson with a senior White House adviser on economic policy and embarked on a mission: to bring more women into business schools as students, faculty members and deans.

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Making It Work for Working Families

In the Huffington Post Blog, Dean Judy Olian writes about how mobile technologies and globalization are extending professional work days and changing work schedules unpredictably, causing many workers to increasingly dislike their workplaces — a problem for employers and for the larger economy.

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Environmental Health Benefits Inspire People to Conserve Electricity

Magali Delmas, professor of management at the UCLA Institute of the Environment and UCLA Anderson, is conducting a multidisciplinary study called Engage to understand what motivates people to become environmentally responsible and how to encourage that behavior.

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Reputation Is a Measure of Your Mystique

A study by UCLA Anderson Associate Professor Maia Young found that the more people perceived Apple CEO Steve Jobs as having mystique, the more he was also seen as a visionary in business tasks farther afield from technology and design.

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Trade Deals Mark Positive Shift for U.S.

Kati Suominen, adjunct assistant professor at UCLA Anderson and CEO of TradeUp Capital Fund and of Nextrade Group, LLC, sees globalization regaining momentum, and cites major trade deals as good news for America's global leadership.

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The Psychology of Social Security Claiming Decisions

Anderson Associate Professor Suzanne Shu surveyed Americans ages 35 to 65, examining their attitudes about risk, values and how they make judgments, and concluded that people are uncomfortable waiting to take possession of Social Security benefits because they fear a loss of total accumulated lifetime benefits if they don't live long enough.

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Green Wine Labels May Send the Wrong Signal

Professor Magali Delmas, who has been studying eco-labeling on wine since 1999, co-authored a study that suggests for some wine lovers, going green means sacrificing quality.

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Economists Worry about the Great Recession's "Lost Generation"

New research by UCLA Anderson Professor Paola Giuliano looks at how the experience of recessions during the value-forming years of early adulthood can affect people's political views.

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Reputation Is a Measure of Your Mystique

A study by UCLA Anderson Associate Professor Maia Young found that the more people perceived Apple CEO Steve Jobs as having mystique, the more he was also seen as a visionary in business tasks farther afield from technology and design.

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B-School Deans Get to Work at the White House

Deans agree that men and women need to be better prepared for careers in which they'll not only need to balance work and family themselves, but also manage or report to others in that position.

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Accelerating Equality in Academe

In a Bloomberg Op-Ed, Dean Judy Olian maps out a plan for business schools to accelerate equality and improve gender climate.

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The Anderson Advantage

For the Forbes Business School series, Dean Judy Olian spoke with MBA50.com’s Matt Symonds about Anderson’s ability to Think in the Next, setting it apart from other programs.

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Russian Market Opening to American Small Businesses

Visiting Assistant Adjunct Professor Kati Suominen advises American companies to rise to the challenge of doing business with Russia — but be prepared for “growth pains.”

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Rise of the Re-Invention Economy

Visiting Adjunct Assistant Professor Kati Suominen makes the case for imagination as the key to job creation in the increasingly automated global digital economy.

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Connecting STEM to Real Life

Psychologist and UCLA Anderson Associate Professor Jenessa Shapiro explains how a welcoming environment encourages girls to pursue STEM studies and careers.

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Do Kids Share Their Parents’ Economic Values?

Professor Paola Giuliano and colleagues conducted experiments to determine whether children inherit their parents’ financial instincts.

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When Is Anxiety Productive?

Research by Associate Professor Corinne Bendersky revealed that “neurotic” MBA students should be attractive candidates to employers because anxiety motivates them to work harder on behalf of the group.

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Give the Team Neurotic Some Time

Associate Professor Corinne Bendersky led a study showing that, over time, neurotics in the workplace become elevated in their colleagues’ esteem.

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Get Ideological Opponents to Work with You

Associate Professor Corinne Bendersky’s published research revealed effective strategies to encourage someone whose deeply held beliefs are at odds with yours to support you.

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The Business of Storytelling

Cognitive psychology and management and organizations Adjunct Associate Professor Iris Firstenberg passes her passion for storytelling onto her students.

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Diverse Communities Teach Leaders to Embrace Cross-Cultural Inclusion

Assistant Dean for Diversity Initiatives and Community Relations Kimberly Freeman pegs UCLA Anderson as a natural gateway for grooming business leaders fluent in cross-cultural diversity.

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Anderson Becomes Self-Supporting

Jami Jesek, Anderson senior associate dean of finance and operations, makes the case for an ambitious campaign to become a self-supporting business school.

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