Join us at the culminating event of our 2013 TED/Anderson week of programming, where students and faculty will be giving UCLA Anderson's version of TED talks.
The UCLA Anderson/TED partnership was established in 2012 to develop how ideas from the TED Conference could be advanced after the culmination of the event. TED’s core mission of Ideas Worth Spreading aligns perfectly with our mission to develop the next generation of influential leaders who will create their own ideas worth spreading – and activating – through a learning culture that values individual vision, rigor and teamwork. It is simply in the UCLA Anderson DNA. From the development of innovative interest rate models used on Wall Street (Eduardo Schwatz and Francis Longstaff), to developing a home breast cancer test (Dr. Susan Love '98) to creating Google’s advertising model (Susan Wojcicki '98), the collective result of our body of work has cemented UCLA Anderson's reputation as a school which translates bold ideas into successful, real-world solutions.
There are limited spots so register now! Please use your UCLA-issued email when registering to ensure our Anderson community is being served accordingly.
When & Where
UCLA Anderson Center for MEMES
MEMES examines the forces of change on the management of enterprises in media, entertainment and sports including the impacts of technology, consolidation, and globalization