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August

Monday, August 2, 2010

Alumni Weekend Conference and Reunions, October 15-16, 2010

Alumni Weekend ConferenceSpend a Day and Refresh Your MBA
Alumni Weekend Conference
Friday, October 15

This one-day conference will present experts from UCLA Anderson and the industry as they present the knowledge and success strategies needed for your move forward. From updates on the economy, real estate, finance and careers to the most innovative industry leaders in venture capital, entrepreneurship, sustainability, consumer products and more — this conference will provide insight and inspiration to expand your thinking.

Los Angeles LakersFeatured speakers include:
Mitch Kupchak (‘87), General Manager, Los Angeles Lakers


UCLA Anderson ForecastEconomic Forecast Presented by Professor Ed Leamer

 

Interested in more career development?
Attend Career Life Vision: Strategy and Execution on Saturday, October 16.

Reconnect with Your Classmates at Your Reunion
Reunions at Alumni Weekend
Saturday, October 16

The class of 1960 will celebrate their 50th reunion with a Noon luncheon at the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame Press Room. The classes of '80, '85, '90, '95, '00 and '05 will return to campus to celebrate their respective reunions and enjoy an elegant evening under the stars. Connect with your classmates at the Reunion Cocktail Reception and your Reunion Celebration Dinner. Do not miss this opportunity to reconnect with UCLA Anderson and your classmates!

6:00 pm – Reunion Cocktail Reception
7:30 pm – Reunion Celebration Dinner

For more information on the Alumni Weekend Conference and Reunions at Alumni Weekend, visit: alumni.anderson.ucla.edu/aw

Get Connected Before August 15 to Win an Apple iPad!

The August 15 deadline to win an Apple iPad by providing us with your current preferred email address is quickly approaching. This email address collection is the first step in a multi-faceted campaign to update and collect contact information for every alumnus/a worldwide.

Simply click this link below and enter your name, class year and e-mail address. This should take only a few seconds.

http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/x32645.xml

Then, please share the link with your classmates. Every alumnus/a who completes the short form will have a chance to win an Apple iPad. More...

Gerald Loeb Awards Banquet Highlighted by Editor Recipients

Among the highest honors in journalism, the Gerald Loeb Awards recognize the work of journalists whose contributions illuminate the world of business, finance and the economy for readers and viewers around the world. Dean Judy Olian welcomed Loeb Awards honorees and their guests in a banquet.

The two most prestigious awards are the Lifetime Achievement Award, which was given to Walt Bogdanich, assistant investigative editor of The New York Times; and the Lawrence Minard Editor Award, which went to Alix Freedman, deputy managing editor of The Wall Street Journal. More...

Professor Ouchi Offers Strategy to Energize the Classroom

GiulianoProfessor Bill Ouchi, Sanford and Betty Sigoloff Chair in Corporate Renewal, discusses his new on the promises of total student load, and how to boost student performance in the classroom. Watch Video...

Regazzi ('97) Energizes the UCLA Anderson Alumni Network

Regazzi ('97)A native of the East Coast, Regina Regazzi ('97) immediately felt at home when she visited the UCLA Anderson campus for the first time in 1995. Since her graduation in 1997, Regazzi has had many roles in the UCLA Anderson Alumni Network, from leading the Bay Area Chapter, to serving the overall Alumni Network as President.

No matter what role she finds herself in, Regazzi brings unmatched enthusiasm and impactful leadership. More...

Rajaraman ('08) is Writing the Future of Scripped.com

Rajaraman ('08)Like any good Hollywood movie, the story of Sunil Rajaraman's ('08) company - Scripped.com -- has had its share of compelling moments, along with a few fortuitous plot points. But the company's continuing saga proves an uplifting tale of entrepreneurial success, all that's left to be written is the ending.

If it was a movie, the pitch would read something like this: More...