Shoup, the distinguished professor of urban planning and internationally renownded guru of parking, received Distinguished Educator Award from the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning.
Lecturer Tananarive Due uses the acclaimed horror blockbuster and other films and books to examine how depictions of blackness have shaped real-life attitudes and prejudice.
Pilot program teaches healthy eating and cooking skills to students in the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Fielding School of Public Health, the School of Dentistry and the School of Nursing.
The new Silicon Beach Innovation Lab will offer students opportunities to gain work experience and network at Los Angeles tech companies.
Garg, one of three national finalists for a prestigious national teaching award, will share how he made organic chemistry one of UCLA’s most popular classes.
At UCLA, the proportion of female faculty in these fields has grown dramatically since the 1980s, but there is still room for improvement.
Students in the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs can get a head start on a public affairs minor by taking the class, now in its second year.
As the interdisciplinary program celebrates 20 years of scholarship and advocacy, chair Alicia Gaspar de Alba charts a path of continued growth.
Fueled by her experiences, Aradhna Tripati has helped create the Center for Diverse Leadership in Science, which will provide opportunities for underrepresented minorities.
The UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs social welfare department provides lessons in social work and a diversity of experiences to first-year medical students.
For nearly three decades, Steve Derian has honed an innovative curriculum that blends negotiation and advocacy drills with traditional lessons on relevant issues including antitrust, labor law, Title IX and compensation for college athletes.
Leslie Rith-Najarian wowed the judges with her three-minute, jargon-free explanation of her research into how to make mental health more engaging and accessible.
Among David Leaf's classroom guests are seven members of the Songwriters Hall of Fame, three Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees, Grammy Award winners, and other legendary and contemporary songwriters.
The impressive showing in the annual rankings helps demonstrate UCLA’s wide-ranging excellence and reinforces its reputation as one of the country’s top postsecondary institutions.
To build support for its outreach efforts, UCLA Extension Dean Wayne Smutz is reaching out to alumni to provide necessary assistance and partnership.
UCLA School of Law students honed their research, analytic and drafting skills when they worked on an amicus curiae brief on a case that will be argued Thursday before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit.
The program is designed to better prepare its graduates for their next career move, be it pursuing a Ph.D. or landing a job as a multifaceted researcher in the corporate or nonprofit world.
Noted cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto has been named the 2016-17 Kodak Cinematographer-in-Residence at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television.
Professor Neil Garg's online tutorials show how organic chemistry is connected to sports, health and even popular TV shows.
UCLA improved its standing in the 2016–2017 rankings placing No. 14 worldwide and No. 10 in the United States.
Students in “Intro to Oceanography” spoof music videos for the sake of science.
First-year medical students enrolled in Doctoring 1 join in hospital chaplain rounds.
Twenty-eight outstanding undergraduates from across the country are spending eight weeks at UCLA, learning the latest data analysis techniques and skills that are transforming the biosciences.
UCLA freshman cluster course combines anatomy, history, philosophy and humanities to provide an interdisciplinary approach to studying neuroscience.
UCLA lecturer Andy Rice introduces his students to entomophagy, bug eating, which may someday become a smart alternative to resource-intensive foods such as beef.