Success is not a zero-sum game: grappling with toxicity

Coming from a competitive, cutthroat high school, comparisons were second nature. He just got this internship. She got into x school. They won that. There were many times where I felt resentful when someone else achieved something, and many times where I resolved to make myself better than them. If they could do it, I …

London Haas Alumni Crashes Haas Study Abroad

How the Social Came to Be... Back at Berkeley in the summer, GMP held informational meetings every Wednesday. In one of the meetings, Meg Roundy, Associate Director, Student-Alumni Relations, taught us how to contact Berkeley Haas alumni overseas through the Berkeley Haas website. After, I made constant efforts to contact Mr. Callaghan and Mr. Hasan, …

Journeys with Juliana: Amsterdam, Netherlands

https://youtu.be/yrBPuLODokE Amsterdam is like Venice’s cooler, hipster brother. The stunning, abundant canals aren’t choked with traffic from too many cruises, and the environment somehow perfectly combines a big-city feel with a small-town charm. It honestly seems like everyone in Amsterdam is always happy, despite the sudden stormy downpours of rain- and after visiting for just …

The Tech Twins and Going Beyond Yourself

Guest Blog By: Mark and Andrew Ansell Hi! We’re Andrew and Mark Ansell, identical twins and seniors at the Haas School of Business, also each pursuing simultaneous degrees in mechanical engineering from the College of Engineering. Studying business at Haas has been a college-defining experience. Business is a language that connects people from completely different …

Faculty Spotlight – Professor Selinger

Professor Selinger began teaching Personal Finance (UGBA 196) at Cal after working in corporate finance, insurance, and consulting. Read our interview with to learn more about him and his journey to Berkeley Haas! Tell me about yourself.   I grew up in Oakland and had my first experience with money was when I was ten …