A spring recital series, staff scholarship opportunities and a resource fair are among the highlights of 2022
On Dec. 11, UCLA is holding a hiring fair to try to fill more than 200 full-time positions.
A spring recital series, staff scholarship opportunities and a resource fair are among the highlights of 2022.
Madni is being recognized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers for his contributions to the development of sensing and systems technologies.
Predictions served as an early warning system for upticks in disease activity.
Shirk received $75,000 from the Margaret E. Early Medical Research Trust for his study of how to use 3D imaging technology.
Kelley will receive $250,000 to advance his work in service of justice, freedom and social change.
In her new book, “The Good Kings,” UCLA’s Kara Cooney draws parallels between pharaohs and present-day authoritarians.
The UCLA professors are among 60 contributors to an exploration of the scientific and public health implications of COVID-19.
The show features works by seven artists and collectives whose art interrogates and disrupts Western modes of humanism.
Experts will discuss strategies to approach HIV as a public health issue rather than a crime.
Ninez Ponce and colleagues are developing a digital platform that will assist Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander groups in their health advocacy efforts.
The prize is awarded for the creation of innovative chemical education resources that benefit how students, children and the general public learn organic chemistry.
The UCLA physician and film producer was honored for his humanitarian efforts, including his work to secure recognition of the Armenian genocide.
Join an in-person show celebrating the launch month of the James Webb Space Telescope.
UCLA professor’s “Tearless,” which addresses the mistreatment of Korean “comfort women” by U.S. soldiers. honored as the best immersive work.
Hill is sharing in the 2022 American Mathematical Society Oswald Veblen Prize in Geometry.
Speed was recognized for her work advocating for Indigenous and Native American women.
Campus stands out as a “top performer” amongst institutions of higher education for its programs and operations areas.
In “An Afro-Indigenous History of the United States,” Kyle Mays reframes U.S. history.
“Knowledge for Justice: An Ethnic Studies Reader” is a publication from the four research centers that make up the UCLA Institute of American Cultures.
The free event will also feature leadership from the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music.
The UCLA Arts professor is also exhibiting a work titled “IA Suzie” at the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum in Germany.
On the eve of World Kindness Day, UCLA’s Robert Kim-Farley discusses the simple acts that can help create a better world.
“It’s crucial to reach people however you can ... to tell these stories of our shared humanity,” says the newly appointed Maurice Amado Professor of Sephardic Studies.
“Veteran Journeys” received the special jury courage award at the Awareness Film Festival.