UCLA Anderson has published the latest issue of Assets under the theme “Into the Next.” Anderson joins the wider $4.2 billion UCLA Centennial Campaign — the most ambitious fundraising effort ever undertaken by a public university — by launching Into the Next: The Campaign for UCLA Anderson, with a goal of $175 million and another $80 million for improvement of facilities.
In this special edition of Assets, Anderson also recognizes the contributions of the school’s most loyal benefactors. The magazine includes a complete Donor Honor Roll, Class Notes, profiles of illustrious alumni, and tributes to the 2014 John Wooden Fellowship recipients.
The magazine features Anderson grads who won the Knapp Venture Competition and founded ambitious new enterprises that include an e-commerce rental service for designer bridesmaid dresses and SmartestK12, a software technology company designed for the classroom. Another story follows the company Neural Analytics, whose principals are marketing a self-contained, portable device that enables accurate and noninvasive evaluation of traumatic brain injury.