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Nuvie Ewharekuko (’22) will spend the year doing the uncomfortable

UCLA Anderson-Incubated EdTech Company Secures $5.3MM

Michael Vilardo (’21) met his co-founder through the Riordan Programs

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Nuvie Ewharekuko (’22) will spend the year doing the uncomfortable

UCLA Anderson’s First Black Student Association President Ignites Change

Nuvie Ewharekuko (’22) will spend the year “doing the uncomfortable”

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UCLA Anderson Forecast Remains Optimistic for Post-COVID-19 Recovery 

California sees better health and economic outcomes, despite job losses

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Why Successful Asian Americans Are Penalized in the Workplace

UCLA Distinguished Professor Chris Tang confronts implicit racial bias

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UCLA Anderson, Real Madrid Launch Leadership Program

Aimed at execs, focus is on the global sports industry

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Fast Forward, from Moment to Movement

Community powered the annual UCLA Anderson Women’s Leadership Summit

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Reflections From a Few of Our Essential Worker Alumni

Inspirational stories that burned bright at the Riordan’s 34th Annual Gala

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The Business School Experience

In Episode 1, learn about why people come to business school, the actual reasons that drive people to make the investment. Also, what it’s like once you’re here — the paths you can take and an exercise to discover your authentic self.

 

Alumni Stories

 
Janice Chaffin receives the 2021 John E. Anderson Distinguished Alumni Award

A Tech Veteran’s Career and UCLA Anderson Board Service Are Honored

Janice Chaffin (’81) receives the 2021 John E. Anderson Distinguished Alumni Award

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The Art of Giving Back

UCLA Anderson alumnus Mike De Paola (’94) receives the 2020 Alumni Service Award

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Primary Care

CEO Patty Maysent (90) Delivers at UC San Diego Health

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On Board for Good

For Satiya Witzer (13), giving back to the Riordan Programs is a life-long commitment

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Big Enough Dreams

As busy a soccer mom as she is an executive, Wambui Waiganjo (EMBA ’20) rolls up her sleeves to reshape her career

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Power Trip

UCLA Anderson Alumnae Find Core Strength in Fitness Industry

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In UCLA Anderson Review

 
Why Risk and Reward Don’t Always Move in Concert

Why Risk and Reward Don’t Always Move in Concert

Investors initially underreact to volatility, then overreact

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Economic and Ideological Predictors

Economic and Ideological Predictors of the Unique U.S. COVID-19 Failure

Examining local-level plans and behavior to uncover drivers of failed compliance with expert advice

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