Griff Hamlin teaches over 40,000 students worldwide how to play guitar. He came to the University of Texas to share his advice on finding success.

Robert Malcolm, McCombs’ executive in residence, has donated $1 million to the school to establish an endowed chair in marketing innovation.

Left to right: Joanne Chen, BS EECS 05, a LAUNCH judge and partner at Foundational Capital; LAUNCH co-chair Sarah Yates, MBA 18; LAUNCH winners Hiroki Koga and Brendan Somerville, MBA 17; and LAUNCH co-chair Rob Moore, MBA 18. By Karen Sorensen After considering ideas ranging from garden-weeding robots to a new gene therapy for colon cancer, judges named Oishii Farm the winner at the Thursday finals of LAUNCH, UC Berkeley’s startup accelerator and competition. The [...]

Here's the next tip in our new series of Admissions Tips by the UCLA Anderson MBA Admissions team.   Check back weekly on Tuesdays for a new #TuesdayTip here on our blog, or follow us at @uclaMBA on Instagram and Twitter.  — Stay in Touch: Introduce YourselfFollow the Admissions Team @uclaMBA:  Twitter and InstagramQuestions? Contact us at: mba.admissions@anderson.ucla.edu

Introducing you to today's Instagram #TuesdayTakeover student, Angela Chau! Angela will be taking over our Instagram account @uclamba for a whole day today to show everyone a "Day in the Life" of a UCLA Anderson student! Check in throughout the day to our @uclaMBA instagram account to hear about Angela's "Day in the Life"! Name: Angela Chau Hometown:San Francisco, CA Undergrad & Masters:Management Science, UC San Diego Pre-Anderson: Program Manager, Verizon LEARN MORE ABOUT ANGELA:  Academic Specialization: Marketing and Technology [...]

Sheryl Sandberg inspires both her fans and her employees to talk about sadness, even tragedy, at work. That can be healing—and highly profitable. “This younger generation really craves this authenticity, this vulnerability,” says Assoc. Adj. Prof. Kellie McElhaney. Source:  Bloomberg Source URL:  https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2017-04-27/how-sheryl-sandberg-s-sharing-manifesto-drives-facebook Image: 

Last night I had the privilege of attending the 17th annual “Fellowship Dinner” at HBS. The dinner is for current students who have received need-based aid to study at HBS and the donors who make it possible. It was an impactful evening (!) and it drove home a few points for me about how financial aid works at HBS that I thought I’d share: 1. SCALE IMPACT:  There were hundreds of students and donors in [...]

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