Event Details

Event Details | Alumni Network | UCLA Anderson School of Management

An Evening with Professor Eric Sussman
Thursday, March 10, 2016
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
L'Auberge Del Mar (map )
1540 Camino Del Mar, Del Mar, CA

Ticket TypeRegularRegistration
Alumni:$35.00BUY TICKET
Student:$35.00BUY TICKET
Others:$35.00BUY TICKET

Spaces Available: 13 - See Who’s Coming
Contact: Stephanie Sun (858) 997-3960

UCLA Anderson Alumni Network

Note: Capacity is strictly limited, register in advance to attend this event. Two years ago, this event was sold out!

Come join UCLA Anderson’s celebrated 13-time “Teacher of the Year” award winner, Eric Sussman, for an entertaining evening where he will expound on a wide range of topics.  A few hours of light food and drinks will be served.

A lecturer in real estate and accounting, Prof. Sussman will make you feel like you’re back in the classroom and reinforce why he has been recognized by Businessweek as one of the Top Ten Most Popular Business School Professors. Look for an entertaining and informative evening with topics around real estate, stock market, economy, politics, the Chargers, wine and even foreign travel. One thing you can be sure of is that Professor Sussman’s perspectives on the world is never dull, so don’t miss this special opportunity!

About Professor Eric Sussman
Since 1995, Eric has been a lecturer (and now Senior Lecturer) in accounting and real estate at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, where he has been voted Teacher of the Year thirteen times by Anderson's MBA students, has been awarded the Citibank Teaching Award (1998) and the Neidorf Decade Teaching Award (2008), both voted upon by a committee of faculty members, and received the University-wide Distinguished Teaching Award in 2015. He has also received recognition by Bloomberg-Business Week as one of the Top Ten Most Popular Business School Professors in the country, and recognition as one of the most influential business school faculty alive today. He has taught courses at UC Berkeley, George Washington University, and the Helsinki School of Economics, and created a series of 12 lectures on accounting and finance for the Great Courses (the Teaching Company). Read more...