Hero fellowships
 

Fellowships and Awards

 

These awards and fellowships have been established to augment the training of the most gifted and ambitious students pursuing real estate education in a variety of academic areas. Fellows will be selected for their entrepreneurial spirit, passion for real estate, academic accomplishments, leadership, and service to the real estate program at UCLA.

Peter Bren Distinguished Fellows in Entrepreneurial Real Estate

Awarded to students with entrepreneurial spirit, passion for real estate, academic accomplishment, leadership, and service

Howard and Irene Levine Distinguished Fellows Program

Awarded to ambitious students interested in low-income and/or workforce housing affordability, related policy, housing and health, sustainability and redevelopment

Tracy Family UCLA Ziman Center Fellowship

Awarded to exceptional students enrolled in the UCLA Anderson full-time MBA program focused on real estate

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.

CREW-LA Chris Adams Fellowship

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.

Helen and Charles Ziman Fellowship

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.

 

Peter Bren Fellows in Entrepreneurial Real Estate

 

The UCLA Ziman Center is proud to present the Peter Bren Distinguished Fellows in Entrepreneurial Real Estate Program. The Bren Fellows Program has been established to augment the training of the most gifted and ambitious students pursuing real estate education at UCLA. Each year, an exclusive group of 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 accomplishments, leadership and service to the real estate program at UCLA.

Kelly Kaine

UCLA Anderson School of Management (MBA '21)

Read Bio

Chris Nguyen

UCLA Anderson School of Management (MBA '21)

Read Bio

Colton Pace

UCLA Anderson School of Management (MBA '21)

Read Bio

Songyi Wang

UCLA Anderson School of Management (MBA '21)

Read Bio
 

Howard and Irene Levine Fellows

 

The UCLA Ziman Center is proud to present the Howard and Irene Levine Distinguished Fellows Program, which has been established to augment the training of the most gifted and ambitious students pursuing real estate education at UCLA in the areas of low-income and/or workforce housing affordability, related policy, housing and health, sustainability and redevelopment. 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.

Michael R. Catania

UCLA Anderson School of Management (EMBA '21)

Read Bio

Ariana Cernius

UCLA Anderson School of Management (MBA '21)

Read Bio

Rayne Laborde

UCLA Luskin (M/Arch & MURP '21)
cityLAB UCLA Fellow

Read Bio

Noy Ramon

UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs (MURP '21)

Read Bio
 

Tracy Family Fellowship

 

The Tracy Family UCLA Ziman Center Fellowship was established to support exceptional students enrolled in the UCLA Anderson full-time MBA program focused on real estate.

The Tracy Family UCLA Ziman Center Fellowship is made possible by a generous gift from Scott E. and Mary L. Tracy and their daughters Britta Tracy Schort (MBA'08) and Lindsay Tracy Hall.   Mr. Tracy (MBA'74) is a member of the Founding Board of the UCLA Ziman Center of Real Estate.

AWARDS: Number of awards and amounts vary.

REQUIREMENTS: Priority will be given to a student whose career goal resides within the multi-disciplinary field of real estate. Fellows will be selected annually by the UCLA Anderson School of Management Financial Aid Office based on academic merit, demonstrated leadership and financial need.