According to award-winning businesswoman, renewables advocate and Mexican-American Sarah Valdovinos (’01), “Climate science shows that we have a problem. I’m not preoccupied with winning the debate about who’s causing it. The question is, what are we going to do about it?”
His goal is not to teach students how to “win” every negotiation, but rather to identify what they want out of negotiations to achieve their goals, as well as to know when to walk away
"I feel that I was able to leave Anderson a better place than what it was when I first arrived and I am confident that the changes we have worked to implement will be institutionalized and endure long after I leave Anderson"
Community engagement expert Gil Penalosa (’84) explains how walkable cities promote social integration
Among the inspiring stories of students who beat the odds, Gonzalez-Kim told P&Q: "I’ve helped change the trajectory of my extended family. It feels incredible.”
Founder: Guillermo Cornejo ('19)
Riders Share is the Airbnb of motorcycle rental, connecting unused motorcycles to licensed riders. Riders Share has the only insurance policy that works for both renters and owners of motorcycles in the sharing economy.
Founders: Jordan Dil ('19), Mikel Noriega ('19)
Elenita is America's first mezcal ready-to-drink cocktail in a can, giving consumers an entry point into the world of mezcal. The company won the 2019 Knapp Venture Competition, taking home the $50,000 grand prize.
Founders: Pablo Osorio Martini ('19), Joe Upchurch ('19)
Another Venture Accelerator success story, ClearClub provides teeth-grinders with custom night guards for 90% lower prices than dentists through its direct to consumer subscription service.
A plan to support the development of an environmentally sustainable value chain for coffee production in northern Peru
UCLA Anderson field study consultants find the project management key to sustaining Guyana’s indigenous communities
UCLA Anderson field study team dives deep into Galapagos tuna supply chain
On-the-ground strategies for eroded land in Guatemala’s coffee-growing regions
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