Anderson gets down to business in cultivating student diversity

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Students in the Summer Institute for Emerging Managers and Leaders spent two weeks at UCLA Anderson attending classes, meeting company executives and doing mock job interviews. Photo by Todd Cheney/UCLA Photography.

50 high-achieving college students from around the country selected to take part in the Summer Institute for Emerging Managers and Leaders (SIEML) at UCLA Anderson from June 30 to July 12, 2013.

A collaboration of the University of California’s six business schools, the institute introduces undergraduates from historically black colleges and universities and Hispanic-serving institutions to the principles of business development, entrepreneurship and other key management skills. Over two consecutive summers, students, who don’t have to be majoring in business, attend classes taught by graduate-level UC business school faculty, take part in hands-on workshops, and make valuable connections with high-profile industry leaders. (read full story)

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