UCLA Day with Local Government in downtown Los Angeles shows the resources and partnerships available between the university and county and city officials.
Astronaut and alumna Anna Lee Fisher will receive UCLA’s first Science and Education Pioneer award at Young Hall at 2 p.m.
Among the highlights are a $50 million gift from Mattel, Inc. to the children’s hospital — the largest corporate gift in UCLA history — and the most gifts ever from young alumni.
On Nov. 9, UCLA alumnus William “Bill” Beigel, who connects families to relatives’ World War II service, will speak at the James West Alumni Center.
Gifts from his widow Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe and the Arthur Ashe Learning Center, will create an undergraduate scholarship and exhibits celebrating his achievements.
The restoration and improvements made possible by the donation will enhance research and teaching on plant, conservation and environmental biology.
To help incoming Bruins prepare for life on campus, this summer members of the UCLA community are hosting more than 60 events around the world.
New UCLA resident Razmik Ghukasyan is pursuing a career in surgical oncology with an emphasis on establishing close doctor-patient relationships.
Jessica Watkins earned her Ph.D. in geology from UCLA in 2015.
Topping the list is LAUSD Superintendent Michelle King, a 1984 graduate, who will receive the Edward A. Dickson Alumni of the Year Award.
In a new book, "Coach Wooden and Me," Kareem Abdul-Jabbar retells the story of his relationship with UCLA Coach John Wooden that lasted from the time he left New York City at age 18 until 2010 when he sat by his coach's bedside during his 99-year-old mentor's last days.
“What we will always admire most about Jerry was his singular focus on the impact he could make, rather than on the plaudits or praise he could receive for it,” said Chancellor Gene Block.
Graduating students and guests will attend nearly 60 commencement ceremonies, receptions and celebrations across campus.
UCLA alumni and brothers Mark Gold, respected environmental advocate and scientist, and Jonathan Gold, Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer, on what restaurants, chefs and legislators can do.
Since 1946, the UCLA Alumni Association has recognized distinguished alumni who have continued to give back to the community even after their graduation from UCLA.
Two days after delivering his annual address on the State of the City at City Hall, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti returned to the UCLA Lab School where he had “the most important educational experience of my life.”
Los Angeles Dodgers manager David Roberts, who graduated from UCLA in 1995, remembers his four years as a student and Bruin athlete as some of the best of his life.
The effort to establish the institute was led by Dr. Eric Esrailian, the lead producer of “The Promise” and a faculty member at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.
The Herb Alpert School of Music will use the fund to contribute to research, scholarship and programs in the field at the undergraduate, graduate and faculty levels.
The UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame inductee and LAPD trailblazer has earned numerous accolades for her accomplishments off the basketball court.
The donation, which builds on Henry and Susan Samueli’s previous gifts, will fund a program that combines scholarships and internships for as many as 50 first-year students.
More than 50 UCLA students, staff, faculty and alumni visited legislative offices on March 8 to share their stories about how the university changed their lives for the better and to call for additional state funding.
The program started in 2001 with 36 participants from disadvantaged homes in Los Angeles. Eight years later, Martin was at the White House to receive the nation’s highest honor for an arts-based youth program.
Its growing popularity comes from the stimulating conversations and warm camaraderie that dinner guests and hosts embrace.
To build support for its outreach efforts, UCLA Extension Dean Wayne Smutz is reaching out to alumni to provide necessary assistance and partnership.