UCLA in the Community Center for World Health sends faculty around the globe

Center and its partners take part in 170 health and teaching projects in 65 countries.

Nation, World + Society States’ policies put health of undocumented families at risk

Researchers analyzed how state policies influence the health of immigrants and their families.

‘Parking guru’ Donald Shoup named 2015 Planning Pioneer

The UCLA professor of urban planning is also helping to fund a new fellowship to support Luskin School students.

How West Los Angeles became a haven for Japanese-Americans

Thinking L.A.: Author Naomi Hirahara on the history of “Sawtelle Japantown.”

UCLA goes to church to promote hepatitis B screening

A team from the Fielding School of Public Health visited more than 50 Los Angeles-area Korean churches.

Media Guide to UCLA Experts
Fighting California wildfire
Find a UCLA expert

Many UCLA faculty are leading authorities in their fields. Some areas of expertise that are currently in the news are listed below.

Wildfires | Climate change
Israel, Gaza and the Middle East
Immigration | Latin America

Chancellor Block and Rachel Robinson Around campus
Honoring No. 42

UCLA announces Jackie Robinson Athletics and Recreation Complex