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PhD, MBA, UCLA; MS, London School of Economics; BA, Harvard University
PhD, University of Southern California; MA, UCLA; MBA, BA, CSU
Doctorate, MA, MS and BS all from the University of Southern California. <br>
Anthony has been teaching at USC for 20+ years. He currently teaches BAEP 465 Digital Playbook for Entrepreneurs: Creating a Tech Startup.
Anthony holds a Doctorate, MA, MS and BS all from the University of Southern California.
BS, Business Administration, University of Southern California ; JD, Pepperdine University School of Law
BA, MBA, Harvard University
PhD, University of Southern California; BA, University of California, Santa Cruz<br>
Glenn received his Ph.D. in Neuroscience from USC, where he focused on the neural correlates of gratitude, empathy, and neuroplasticity. Currently, Glenn is the Director and Founder of the USC Found Well Initiative which aims to understand and promote entrepreneurial mindset in founders and business leaders.
PhD, University of Virginia, MBA, Harvard Business School; BA, Harvard University<br>
BBA, Loyola Marymount University; MBA University of Southern California; MSBA University of Southern California
MBA, University of Southern California; BS, CSU-Northridge
MBA, BS, University of Southern California
BA, University of Virginia; MA, American Jewish University
Geraldine spent 5 years at McKinsey&Company in Paris, New York and Los Angeles offices. She holds a B.S. in engineering from Ecole Polytechnique, France, and an M.B.A from Harvard Business School.
JD, MPA, University of Southern California; BA, UCLA
JD, New York University; MBA, Harvard University; BS, New York University
BA, University of Maryland; Omnicom Advanced Management Program, Babson College
MBA, Columbia University; BA, Cornell University
Paul previously co-founded a communication technology startup and was a hackathon winner at TechCrunch Disrupt. He wrote a book on unit economics called Growth Units.
His other focus areas include understanding the way timing (the "Why Now" question) impacts startup success.
Carmen has an MBA from Berkeley-Haas, an MA in sports management from USF, and a BA in economics from USC.
Adjunct Professor, Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies
BA, Marquette University; Post Graduate Certification, Stanford University Publishing Course
PhD, UCLA; MBA, UCLA Anderson; BA, UCLA
In particular, Hovig studies the strategic categorization efforts of auto manufacturers launching into the problematic Electric Vehicle (EV) category. He also has a few ongoing studies on the impact of digital technologies on exchange in upscale handicrafts such as specialty coffee and craft whisky.
Hovig has also developed computational methods for studying large-scale emergence, including a well-cited paper with co-authors on using topic modeling to render theory.
BA, Yale University; PhD, University of Pennsylvania<br>
MBA, University of Pennsylvania; BA, SUNY at Stony Brook