The Teaching and Learning Center for Health Sciences will foster innovative instruction and feature state-of-the-art technology, while providing much-needed amenities for students.
Education grad student Lawrence Grey Berkowitz has a way to keep the arts in schools despite budget cuts — while stoking kids’ creativity. Video
The former U.N. secretary-general and Nobel Peace Prize laureate delivered UCLA's second annual Luskin Lecture for Thought Leadership. Watch the video
Classics major David Shamash and communications major Serena Lee were chosen to speak to the College of Letters and Science's dual ceremonies at Pauley Pavilion.
Construction crews working on a residence hall accidentally knocked over a fire hydrant Thursday afternoon, causing water to shoot about 70 feet in the air on Young Drive West near Sproul Presidio.
Thanks to the generosity of the Wasserman Foundation and other supporters, UCLA students are pursuing high-level research in a diverse range of subjects.
For the first time, UCLA posted live updates of a brain pacemaker implant procedure. The patient strummed his guitar to assist the medical team. Photo gallery and video clips.
UCLA math students earned their best finish since 1968 in the prestigious William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition.
The collection of some 1,500 meteorites includes a 357-pound chunk from Arizona donated to UCLA by philanthropist William Andrews Clark, Jr.
UCLA In the News
American Public Radio's "Marketplace" reported on research by Paola Giuliano, assistant professor of economics at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, examining how family ties affect individuals' economic and political decisions, as well as economic outcomes throughout the world.