A Celebration of Leadership and Legacy
Two titans of UCLA Anderson are set to retire on June 30, 2022: Senior Associate Dean Alfred E. Osborne, Jr. and Adjunct Professor Bill Cockrum. Along with their shared commitment to teaching and the Price Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation is their desire to support students in their pursuit of making the world better. Join fellow alumni in honoring their legacy of “paying it forward” with a gift to the Alfred E. Osborne, Jr. Fellowship Fund; Professor William M. Cockrum Fellowship Fund; and/or the UCLA Anderson Venture Fellows Program!
Building Towards the Future
In this month’s What’s Current, Dean Bernardo highlights our annual Impact and LBGTQ+ Awareness weeks at Anderson, both of which featured important conversations about the issues affecting our community and the broader society. We also look back at our recent, inspiring John Wooden Global Leadership Awards celebration and forward to Alumni Weekend events this weekend.
Tools of the FinTech Trade
Assistant Professor of Finance Jinyuan Zhang’s teaches UCLA Anderson MFEs the latest in financial technology in a new course examining financial market infrastructure and the mechanism of price formation and discovery. The class tackles new implications of technological advancements in the stock market, high-frequency trading, and alternative markets. This spring, she’ll modify the curriculum and teach the course to full-time MBA students. Learn more about this class.
Examining How We and the World Work
In the latest release of How the World Works podcasts, Anderson faculty discuss a variety of observations with Warren Olney:
10,000 Economists Can Be Wrong: 2021’s Crazy Inflation Explained
Forecaster Leo Feler gives reasons for the 7% – and a mea culpa. Listen Now
Are You a Woman Applying for a Job? Choose Words Carefully
Using masculine words for male-dominated positions will backfire, according to Joyce He Listen Now
We asked a number of our faculty about the ups and downs of chasing insight, or even work that matters. Listen Now
Latest in Anderson Faculty Research
Boring Tasks We Abandon Too Soon: a Method to Finish the Job
Can Algorithms Help Reduce Hospital Readmissions?
Velibor V. Mišić, Kumar Rajaram
Gain insights on a variety of business topics from cutting-edge research by UCLA Anderson’s faculty in this month’s Anderson Review.