Cronin becomes the 14th head coach of UCLA men’s basketball, agreeing to a six-year contract.
The prize is a $25,000 award that will be given annually to honor a cultural practitioner who has significantly contributed to the advancement, and care of artists in society.
Goldman, who previously served as director of financial services for the UCLA Library system, is currently CFO for the University of Arizona.
Air travel mitigation fees will be placed into a fund, which will then be made available annually to the campus to finance university projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The University of California today announced new systemwide procedures for responding to alleged sexual misconduct by faculty and staff that provide greater transparency, consistency and timeliness in investigating and adjudicating such cases.
The new head of the Office of Intellectual Property and Industry Sponsored Research, and of Westwood Technology Transfer, was previously with Israel’s Weizman Institute of Science.
The UCLA Vanpool Program is one of the largest employer-based vanpool programs in California.
Johnese Spisso, a nationally recognized academic health care leader, will oversee all operations of UCLA’s hospitals and clinics as well as the health system’s regional outreach strategy, effective Feb. 8.
The closure, designed to save energy and money, runs until Friday, Jan. 1. Winter quarter starts Monday, Jan. 4.
Beck, a longtime city and university administrator, will oversee buildings and grounds, student housing and dining facilities, public safety and a broad range of other support services and operations.
Kathleen Salvaty, an experienced litigator and civil rights advocate, has been hired as UCLA’s Title IX officer.
UCLA is one of 20 colleges and universities, and the only postsecondary institution in California, participating in the Partnership for a Healthier America’s Healthier Campus Initiative.
The UCLA Foundation is providing funds to people whose vehicles were destroyed or seriously damaged in the flooding caused by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power water main break July 29.
UCLA has made emergency assistance and interest-free loans available to people whose vehicles were destroyed or seriously damaged in the flooding caused by the recent water main break.
Ever wish Los Angeles traffic moved better? It might if more commuters followed the lead of UCLA, where only about half of campus commuters drive alone to work.