Save the Week, February 26-28.
Featuring more interactive elements, panel discussions, TEDActive Projects and of course, live streaming from TED Long Beach and our own TED-themed talks from the UCLA community.
Mark your calendars for these exclusive TED events coming to UCLA Anderson. Panelists for each TED talk are being confirmed.
Pre-register for the Feb. 28th Campfire event now to save your spot!
Anderson sits in the perfect place to access Silicon Beach. Check out this cool, interactive map showing LA-based start-ups, accelerators, incubators, investors, hackerspaces and more: http://represent.la/
And read about it in Anderson Assets:
What’s a good thing that we do at UCLA FEMBA? We have a dynamic student government and an “actively listening” administration. FEMBA Council is over 40 elected members of the student body who bring victories and breakdowns, successes and challenges, to light in real-time.
Pictured below is our monthly FEMBA Council meeting. Doug Longo ’14 is presenting about upcoming events and in the center, under the flat screen is Dean Judy Olian, the overall Dean of UCLA Anderson. Next to me, (and therefore not in the photo) were Sr. Associate Dean Carla Hayn, Associate Dean Gonzalo Freixes, Assistant Dean Debbie Dutra and me, Baby Dean Dylan.
That’s a ratio of 1:8, Deans:Students. That’s how we try to listen to our student/customers at UCLA FEMBA; we’re not isolated, away in another building. We’re in the room, listening live. That’s how we spent Saturday afternoon.
Doug Longo, FEMBA 2014, addressing FEMBA Council. Note Dean Judy Olian in center.
This week UCLA Anderson is hosting an exploration of the challenges and opportunities in digital entertainment and media. Very cool stuff.
UCLA MEMES week: an exploration of the challenges and opportunities in digital entertainment and media.
…if you are a Round Two applicant or a current/alumni FEMBA volunteer. Our team of 52 volunteers (see below) interviewed 186 great applicants to UCLA FEMBA. Our thanks to all interviewees, interviewers and everyone in the student body who led tours, hosted coffee chats, and showcased the UCLA Anderson FEMBA spirit.
FEMBA SuperSaturday Admission Interview Team, January 26, 2013.
Wow. Almost 100,000 freshmen and transfer applications to UCLA for 2013–most in the United States again. I don’t know how they do it, reading all those applications! Amazing.
See the full LA Times Article here.
UCLA got the highest overall number of applications for the 2013 school year with 99,559 freshman and transfer applicants. (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times / December 5, 2012)
This photo was sent to me last December, and I thought it was fantastic, both for the friendship shown among classmates as well as the artistic drama of the scene.
Pictured at Mono Lake are, from left to right: Kellen Kruse 2015, Dan Freeman 2015, James Biskey 2015, Linda Tran 2014, Chihiro Kurokawa 2015 and Abhinav Sarna 2014.