Research by Graham Rossmore, who will graduate with a master’s in urban planning, has already influenced Los Angeles policy decisions.
UCLA in the Community
Proposed legislation, which grew out the students’ work in a legal clinic project, would benefit small farmers who can’t afford big legal fees.
Sixth-graders from the Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools learn about art, themselves and each other.
The state grant will help the program expand its coordination with other groups and agencies serving Los Angeles’ unhoused population.
TRACtion — for Transformative Research and Collaboration — will begin with a two-year endeavor called Transforming Transportation in Los Angeles.
Performers from UCLA and Crenshaw High School honored the late civil rights leader at the 34th MLK Oratorical Contest.
Interested UCLA alumni learn about how to join state commissions and boards.
UCLA musicians, others to perform Dave Brubeck’s ‘The Gates of Justice’ on campus and in the community.
Law student Shea Pitts uses his sports stardom to inspire students in under-resourced communities.
Undergraduates work in L.A. schools to bolster math learning through innovative research electives.
The Success Academy, a collaboration with the VA of Greater Los Angeles that began in 2019, is back after a hiatus during the pandemic.
The California Freedom Summer united University of California campuses, community colleges and community groups to register or pre-register more than 5,000 new voters.
A new program that will include job placement services aims to create career opportunities for adults from underserved backgrounds.
UCLA’s Dr. Haig Aintablian, campus’s first space medicine fellow, will have a role in shaping the next generation of flight physicians.
Ninth and 10th graders will participate in hands-on activities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Professor Dana Cuff and colleagues wrote the legislation, which streamlines the development of affordable and mixed-income housing for teachers and support staff.
Students and others from both schools banded together to help out for Serve LA Day.
The Autonomous University of Queretaro recently opened a labor center that will adopt its UCLA counterpart’s approach to research and community engagement.
A $1.67 million gift from the Delta Dental Community Care Foundation will establish the UCLA School of Dentistry’s MINDFUL program.
Putting their rivalry aside, both schools will contribute to the community on Saturday, Sept. 24.
Researchers are lending their expertise to help make sure everyone in Los Angeles can benefit from the efforts.
More than 50 veterans joined the baseball team on the field April 11, to swing a bat and catch some balls at the annual camp.
Professors continued helping us better understand our world with their research, students kept excelling and UCLA showed how it helps make Los Angeles a world-class city.
About 1,500 people participated in a range of projects that included gardening, cleanups and meal packing.
The Civic Bicycle Commuting team, or CiBiC, will use the funds to begin a pilot program in Los Angeles.