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Carissa Phelps is the strongest woman you’ll ever meet.

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“Out” at Anderson: Chris Weber (’09) on testing assumptions before passing judgements.
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Hope on top of health for victims of human trafficking.

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The mathematical equation for happiness.
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When you see how much the Katzburg Gabriel family have done, you can’t help but feel the need to do more.
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This research proves you’re more productive when you know the sexual orientation of your co-worker.
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Pride in the workplace: What this Anderson AMR group discovered about LGBT policies overseas will surprise you.
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The pursuit of happiness: How to find meaning at work.
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Here’s one more way Google is leading change in the office.
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Alumna Sandy Tesch Wilkins ('15) arcs toward social justice.
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Service-oriented career Navy SEAL

Alarming national statistics moved Capt. Christian Dunbar (EMBA '16) to launch the Ethos Project to curb sexual violence on college campuses. When family friend and UC Regents President Janet Napolitano launched the Task Force on Preventing and Responding to Sexual Violence and Sexual Assault, Dunbar, with three daughters of his own, reflected that, as an active-duty Navy SEAL who helped to stop the invasion of entire countries, he ought to be able to contribute somehow to curbing this kind of violence. He says UCLA has offered him chances for collaboration outside Anderson and he’s now training to be a victim advocate.

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