Gulbranson was most recently CEO of a strategic advisory firm specializing in business development, technology transfer and funding assistance for high-tech clients.
More than 1,000 high school and college students from across the United States descended last weekend on UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion to plug into LA Hacks, a collaborative computer programming event organized by two UCLA student groups and sponsored by LA 2024.
After UCLA Anderson alumnus T.K. Pillan became a vegan and lost 20 pounds, he decided to launch Veggie Grill in a way that would attract non-vegetarians to his restaurant.
A growing list of interdisciplinary minors is attracting UCLA students who seek to broaden their post-graduation prospects and interact with peers in different areas of study.
Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube, returned to UCLA Anderson, where she got her M.B.A. in 1998, to talk about her career and share her insights on how to succeed in the tech world.
The UCLA Anderson Venture Accelerator will create a state-of-the-art facility that encourages students, faculty and alumni to develop new business concepts together.
The Technology Fellows Program lets graduate students in the life and physical sciences learn the ins and outs of technology transfer.
A Ph.D. student at UCLA has created a startup with a friend that offers a geolocation-based app to assist instructors with taking class attendance while helping students keep up with deadlines. But there’s a twist.
UCLA Anderson alumna Sandy Tesch Wilkins is part of a solid core of Anderson students and alumni who are intent on putting their business skills to use in positive ways to have social impact.
A startup founded by a UCLA M.B.A. graduate and decorated military veteran took home the top prize in a competition aimed at giving a boost to some of the UC’s most promising life-science startups.
UCLA Anderson School of Management is hosting a monthly High-Impact Tea to discuss ideas, stories and actions for impact as part of Impact@Anderson. Come join us for a cup of tea, scones and cookies.
On Oct. 12 the former computer engineering student will be honored by the UCLA Venture Capital Fund and privately mentor current students and young alumni about entrepreneurship.
Christian Dunbar is a man of many accomplishments in and out of the war zone.
In fitness-crazed Southern California, two UCLA Anderson School of Management classmates developed a business using DXA scanners that give people a comprehensive analysis identifying both the amount and location of fat and lean tissue in their bodies.
UCLA Anderson School of Management alumnus Michael Landa developed an idea for a pet-sitting business into a multimillion-dollar firm -- with thanks to a Labrador named Max II.
A record number of students from all over the world recently completed Anderson School of Management's annual MEMES Summer Institutes.
A participant in the UCLA Anderson School's Entrepreneurial Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities says its offerings have far surpassed her expectations. It's given her the knowhow to start not one but two new businesses.
The nine-day program, in its eighth year at UCLA, covers the basics of business ownership.
Scientists, entrepreneurs and investors will gather at the Entrepreneurship Summit at Kerckhoff Hall, 8:30 a.m.– 2 p.m., June 27, to discuss entrepreneurial opportunities in the growing biotech landscape of Los Angeles.
The launch of UCLA startups has resulted in the creation of more than 4,400 jobs and contributed a total of $1.1 billion to the economy.
Two engineering graduates are the first employees in a new Mountain View startup that will use their innovation in the design of an important semiconductor chip.
These recent grads won a $400,000 validation of their idea.
Chelsea Hoffman Shukov ’99 and Jamie Oberg Grobecker ’01 sweeten the stationery industry in an increasingly digital world.