Event will look at America’s history of Asian American Pacific Islander discrimination.
Out and About
The panel discussion is part of a three-part series on understanding the Asian American and Pacific Islander experience.
The facility will only be available to registered UCLA graduate students, faculty and staff, and emeriti/retirees.
The event will feature author Olivette Otele in discussion with UCLA’s SA Smythe and Dominic Thomas.
The astrophysicist will discuss her work at the UCLA Alumni Hawaii Network event.
The event will let people check in and support one another following the Derek Chauvin trial and the recent deaths of Daunte Wright and Adam Toledo.
Hayganush Mark was the leading Armenian feminist writer of her time, and Koharig Ghazarosian was a prominent composer, concert pianist and piano teacher.
This session will focus on acknowledging and addressing racist barriers in the workplace.
The fifth iteration of the acclaimed biennial exhibition will be on display April 17 through Aug. 1.
This panel will discuss the recent increase in crimes against Asians and Asian Americans.
The discussion, “Challenges Concerning the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Defense of the Territories of Indigenous and Afrodescendent Peoples,” will feature Francisco Calí Tzay.
A roundtable of experts will discuss how Japan responded to this pandemic and share what we can learn from the country’s experience.
The discussion will explore how a museum might authentically center the needs and voices of diverse communities.
The UCLA Center for Chinese Studies will present panel discussion among scholars, intellectuals and activists.
Scientists will discuss how human genetics and stem cell research can advance our understanding of the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying neuropsychiatric disorders.
The special performance will feature some of the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s favorite opera arias.
Free screening will be held March 4 of the debut feature from Angelou, the first Black woman to join the Directors Guild in the director’s category.
Harvey Fineberg, president of the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, will speak at the event.
The restaurant, located in the UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center, is serving up special menus from its Mediterranean-inspired, California-fresh cuisine.
UCLA Health will present a virtual conversation with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, James Worthy, Michael Cooper and UCLA’s Martin Jarmond at 5 p.m.
UCLA School of Law will present its inaugural Black History Month lecture with Elizabeth Stordeur Pryor, associate professor of history at Smith College.
Mike Schur, creator of ‘Parks and Recreation’ and ‘The Good Place,’ joins philosophy professor Pamela Hieronymi to speak about civic engagement in teen media.
Editors Ibram Kendi and Keisha Blain discuss “Four Hundred Souls: A Community History of African America, 1619-2019” and the importance of community history.
The Asian Pacific Islander Faculty Staff Association will hold a celebration of the Lunar New Year on Thursday, February 11, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. via Zoom.
UCLA’s COVID-19 Response and Recovery Task Force will update faculty and staff on the progress of UCLA Health’s vaccination program.