Donald Edward Bragg & Diane Sims Bragg
Diane Bragg, along with Great Western Savings & Loan and family friends, established this scholarship in 1985 to honor the memory of Don Bragg ’55, Business Administration. Don was senior Vice President of Great Western when he died. He was UCLA’s first All-American...
Harold R. Mortenson
To provide scholarships for the Business Economics Program at UCLA under the direction of the Dean of the Division of Social Sciences.
Harry C. Sigman
The Harry C. Sigman Scholarship was made possible through a major endowment gift from Mr. Sigman’s estate. Sigman, a longtime Los Angeles attorney, UCLA alumnus, and generous supporter of the UCLA Younes & Soraya Nazarian Center for Israel Studies, created the...
Jeffrey W. Baus
Jeff Baus graduated from UCLA in 1959 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. He spent his career with the accounting firm Price Waterhouse, rising to the rank of partner and leading the firm’s Korea office prior to retirement.
John J. Peterson
John Peterson graduated from UCLA in 1955 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. He was the captain of the 1954 UCLA National Champion football team. He is the chairman of the Peterson Automotive Group, which includes the Cormier Chevrolet-GEO-Hyundai...
Lawrence & Joan E. Anderson
Lawrence Anderson graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 1959.
Patricia & Harry L. Bruce
The Bruce’s met at UCLA during an intermediate microeconomics class and married while they were students. Patricia stayed home to raise their two children and Harry graduated in 1951 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. They subsequently moved to El...
Ralph & Shirley Shapiro
Ralph and Shirley Shapiro are graduates of UCLA and established this scholarship in honor of Professor Harry Simons. The Shapiro’s have been active volunteers at UCLA and generous donors to many schools and programs at the University.
Robert D. & Margaret A. Wark
This scholarship was created by Dr. David Wark in memory of his brother and sister-in-law. Robert Wark worked full-time while attending UCLA. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics in 1937. He rose to the rank of Second Lieutenant in the Army during WWII....
Ross Shideler and Kathleen Komar
Dr. Kathleen L. Komar is a distinguished professor of Comparative Literature who has taught at UCLA for over 40 years. She earned her doctorate in comparative literature from Princeton University, is a recipient of UCLA’s Distinguished Teaching Award and chaired the...
Stephanie and Mark Kimura
Stephanie Barlow Kimura ’89 and Mark Kimura love to travel. Stephanie spent a year in England as an Education Abroad Program student, and they want to help UCLA students have the transformative experience of studying and living abroad.