The recently retired head of preservation at the UCLA Film & Television Archive looks back on his three-decade career
The associate professor of African American studies has written widely about American biomedical science, religion, law and modern thought.
The professor-in-residence in the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, has received the 2021 Friedrich von Recklinghausen Award.
The United Nations’ eighth secretary-general will discuss “Resolved: Uniting Nations in a Divided World.”
A faculty member since 1999, she holds appointments in general internal medicine, health services research and health policy and management.
The Ahmanson-Murphy Reading Room will temporarily close to accommodate critical infrastructure work.
The event will bring together peers across public, private and civic sectors to share data-centric solutions for the most critical governing challenges.
The psychology professor received the Distinguished Contributions to the Interdisciplinary Understanding of Child Development Award.
Stephen Acabado, Rubén Hernández-León and Gaspar Rivera-Salgado are the new leaders of the institute’s centers.
The UCLA Law alumnus will serve as principal adviser to campus leadership on ethics, compliance and audit matters.
The institute aims to give African scientists and researchers proper facilities and support for their work.
The five-part miniseries was honored for “its revelatory storytelling.”
Psychology professor will collaborate with Professor Vered Halamish at Bar-Ilan University in Israel.
They were recognized for their project “Where Blackness Meets the Sea: On Crisis, Culture and the Black Mediterranean.”
Anthony Chen receives Young Investigator Award for artificial intelligence research.
Starting in 2022, the university will observe the holiday according to the federal calendar.
UCLA sociologist Karida Brown says the next and more important step is to protect voting rights and support reparations and anti-racist policies.
“The Map and the Territory” and “Photo Cameroon” will be on display.
The professor emeritus of mechanical and aerospace engineering joined the UCLA faculty in 1967.
UCLA’s Eddie Cole says the full history of how enslaved Black people in the U.S. became free is not a feel-good story, which makes it vital to understanding history.
The University of California has introduced the Pay for Family Care and Bonding program and the Adoption Assistance Plan.
UCLA Law professor Scott Cummings’ new book examines the impact of the legal profession.
Panel discussion will reflect on what it means to be anti-racist.
Yael Tamir, president of Beit-Berl College, will discuss the influence of identity politics on Israel and the United States.
She was recognized for her project “Window Reception: Brazilian Neoclassical Poetry and Lusophone Classics Across the Atlantic.”
The society is the oldest and largest general epidemiology society in North America.