Scott Galloway, MBA 92, donates $4.4M for fellowships for students from immigrant families

Professor of Marketing and entrepreneur Scott Galloway has made a $4.4 million gift to UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business to fund scholarships and fellowships for undergraduate and graduate business students. His gift—the second-largest ever from an MBA alum—will create the Galloway Fellows Fund, aimed at assisting generations of high-achieving business students at Berkeley-Haas who

Two alumni-led companies are leading the transformation of school food

When the Today Show aired a back-to-school segment on how school food is being disrupted by healthier options, producers turned to two companies founded by Berkeley-Haas alumni. NBC Today correspondent Jenna Bush Hager featured Revolution Foods and Back to the Roots exclusively in the Sept. 4 segment, calling Revolution Foods founders Kristin Richmond and Kirsten

U.S. News ranks Haas Undergrad Program #3

  The Haas Undergraduate Program ranked #3 in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Business Programs 2018, released today. Haas tied for the #3 spot with the University of Michigan–Ann Arbor. The ranking, part of the U.S. News Best Colleges report, is based solely on a peer poll of business school deans, faculty and undergraduate

Legendary professor Alan Cerf, who taught thousands over six decades, passes away

Accounting Professor Alan Robert Cerf, who taught more than 13,000 students over 62 years at Berkeley-Haas, died August 24, of natural causes at his home in Piedmont. He was 93. Cerf, BS 44, began his academic career at UC Berkeley in 1956. His research focused mainly on taxation and auditing. Decades after many of his

Startup roundup: Social Filter, NecesitoDoc & LikeWallet

 The startup roundup series spotlights students and alumni who are starting a new business or enterprise.     Social Filter Co-founders: Sal Parsa, MBA 18 Joel Simonoff, BS 19 Matthew Vavricek Nearly everyone who spends much time on social media has probably posted or tweeted something they wish they hadn’t. But the Internet has a

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