ZC_EvanGrant-RELA 2013

Awards & Fellowships

Peter Bren Distinguished Fellows in Entrepreneurial Real Estate
The Peter Bren Distinguished Fellows in Entrepreneurial Real Estate Program augments the training of the most gifted and ambitious students pursuing real estate education at UCLA. Each year, a select few of the top real estate students will be chosen to serve one-year terms as Peter Bren Distinguished Fellows. Fellows will be selected for their entrepreneurial spirit, passion for real estate, academic accomplishment, leadership, and service to the real estate program at UCLA. The Bren Fellowships are made possible by a generous gift from Peter M. Bren, Founding Board member of the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate.

AWARDS: Number of awards and amounts vary.


Howard and Irene Levine Distinguished Fellows Program
The Howard and Irene Levine Distinguished Fellows Program augments the training of the most gifted and ambitious students pursuing real estate education in the areas of housing affordability, related policy and sustainability at UCLA. Each year, an exclusive group of students will be chosen to serve one-year terms as Levine Distinguished Fellows. Fellows will be selected for their passion for real estate and social responsibility, academic accomplishments, leadership, and service to the real estate program at UCLA. The Levine Fellowships are a core part of the Howard and Irene Levine Program in Housing and Social Responsibility, and are made possible by a generous gift from Howard and Irene Levine. Mr. Levine is a member of the Founding Board of the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate.

AWARDS: Number of awards and amounts vary.


John Long-Mike Marsch 2011 AwardJohn S. Long Outstanding Student in Real Estate Award

The John S. Long Outstanding Student in Real Estate Award recognizes the UCLA Anderson MBA candidate in each graduating class who has demonstrated and exercised the qualities required to become an influential leader in the industry. The award is not based purely on academic performance or industry involvement, but on the student's commitment and contribution to the strength and the reputation of the UCLA Real Estate Program at Anderson and throughout the University. The Anderson Real Estate Association (AREA) will submit nominations to the Ziman Center selection committee in the spring quarter. The award recipient will be recognized by the committee, as well as his or her peers, as someone whose Anderson career has been distinguished by action, commitment, and the pursuit of excellence, both in individual endeavors and on behalf of the Anderson Real Estate Program.

This prestigious award is named for John S. Long, President & CEO of Highridge Partners, Inc., and Founding Chairman of the Ziman Center Board. In 2000, Mr. Long was the driving force behind the establishment of the school's Ziman Center for Real Estate. The John S. Long award was created in 2009 to recognize his tremendous contributions to the University and its real estate program, and to cultivate within students that rare brand of active, principled leadership that John embodies.


CREW-LA UCLA PresentationCREW-LA Ch
ris Adams Fellowship
The Commercial Real Estate Women-Los Angeles (CREW-LA) Chris Adams Fellowship is awarded annually by the UCLA Anderson School of Management Financial Aid Office to a student in good academic standing in the full-time MBA program with academic studies focused in the Ziman Center for Real Estate. The fellowship is awarded to a student who has demonstrated leadership experience and articulated a meaningful interest in pursuing a career path in real estate. The student will be focused on achieving a significant leadership role within the broader real estate industry in the United States. Preference will be given to a deserving female candidate to encourage more women to pursue leadership positions in the real estate industry. This endowment will also provide for a one-year, complimentary membership in CREW-LA and periodic mentorship meetings with senior members of CREW-LA during that year.

AWARDS: 2 @ $7,000.
REQUIREMENTS: Fellowship will be awarded to a student in good standing in the full-time MBA program with academic studies focused in the Ziman Center for Real Estate.

Scott Tracy-Ryan Rich 2012Tracy Family Real Estate Fellowship
The Tracy Family Real Estate Fellowship is awarded annually by the UCLA Anderson School of Management Financial Aid Office to a second year Anderson student in the full-time MBA program. The award is based on academic merit, financial need and demonstrated leadership. Priority is given to a student whose career goal resides within the multi-disciplinary field of real estate.

AWARDS: 2 @ various amounts up to $15,000
REQUIREMENTS: Priority will be given to a student whose career goal resides within the multi-disciplinary field of real estate. Fellowship award is also based on academic merit, financial need and demonstrated leadership.

Helen and Charles Ziman Fellowship
The Helen and Charles Ziman Fellowship is awarded annually by the UCLA Anderson School of Management Financial Aid Office to support an MBA student, Ph.D. candidate or post-doctoral fellowship with a preference in the study of real estate. The award is based on academic merit, financial need and demonstrated leadership. This prestigious award is named, in memoriam, for Helen and Charles Ziman, parents of Richard S. Ziman, Founding Chairman of Rexford Industrial Realty, and Founding Board Member for the Ziman Center for Real Estate.