Leaders from all backgrounds will explore ideas for an equitable future
Join the Anderson community who directly address racism and oppression issues
Americans have been told a distorted story about their country’s future
An international study examines identity formation and the idea of home
Author Kyeyoung Park revisits the unrest in Los Angeles in 1992
For more events, visit our Master Calendar and choose the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion on the filter.
Hosted by Women’s Business Connection and GoldJam Creative
UCLA Anderson’s Chris Tang says LGBTQ citizens are gaining traction
UCLA Anderson MBA students at the world’s largest multicultural tech conference
UCLA Anderson faculty and industry professionals educate young investors
International Institute, headed by Prof. Chris Erickson, examines the global BLM conversation
YouTube VP Malik Ducard ('00) explains the initiative
Ziman Center brief shows unequal distribution of “looming housing crisis”
Entertainment’s response to the social justice movement has been dramatic like a blockbuster
Assistant dean of equity, diversity and inclusion Heather Caruso shows there is more to understanding each other
Thoughts from Assistant Dean Heather Caruso
What could the solution be like?
A letter from Heather Caruso about how discussion among peers can help lead to understanding of diverse perspectives.
Evan Milnor ('17) knows from experience that veterans face a unique set of challenges transitioning to the civilian workforce
U.S. Navy Veteran Alice Hong (’22) broadens her skills as a fully employed MBA and consultant
Juggling business school and weekends in the California Army National Guard, Rhian Rogan (’20) considers a career in academe
UCLA Anderson’s Center for MEMES partners with Howard University to address a persistent challenge for the industry
With one childhood ambition accomplished, U.S. Air Force intelligence officer Diana Perez (’20) is on a mission to fulfill the next one
First-generation MBA candidate Denice Gonzalez-Kim (Riordan Scholar ’04, B.A. ’08, ’19) coaches prospective students who will bring valuable diversity to Anderson's future student body