UCLA had more faculty honored than any other university
Halperin, professor of computer science, human genetics, computational medicine and anesthesiology, was recognized for his work in computational genomics.
A proud Northern Cheyenne Indian and Chicana sociologist, she says building community with and encouraging others is fundamental to her scholarship.
The discussion, “Challenges Concerning the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Defense of the Territories of Indigenous and Afrodescendent Peoples,” will feature Francisco Calí Tzay.
Ramón is the co-founder and co-author of the annual Hollywood Diversity Report, first record of the industry’s progress around gender and racial diversity.
Dr. Elizabeth Barnert’s research into El Salvador’s “disappeared” children points to a role for genetics in reunification.
Abigail Saguy has long been committed to understanding and articulating how our culture frames identity, and human vulnerabilities.
Dr. Jonathan Fielding called her “the consummate public health practitioner and teacher.”
Sarah T. Roberts is honored by Sigma Xi for her research on the workforce of commercial content moderation and the impact of the internet on society and everyday life.
A roundtable of experts will discuss how Japan responded to this pandemic and share what we can learn from the country’s experience.
Yang’s research reveals how genetic and environmental factors can disrupt gene networks.
Motomura, UCLA School of Law professor, provided testimony that placed recent events in the context of history and immigration law.
Raphael, professor of geography and interim director of the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, plans to have the association renew its commitment to diversity, representation and inclusion.
The National Science Foundation CAREER Award is the foundation’s highest honor for faculty members in the early stages of their teaching and research careers.
As we mark one year of working from home, UCLA faculty and staff share what they’ve experienced and learned.
Clark, professor and chair of the department of molecular, cell and developmental biology in the UCLA College, will begin her term in June 2021.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, a look at those who are challenging norms, dispelling stereotypes and celebrating diversity.
The discussion also included how campus would expand in-person operations as vaccinations increase and infections decline.
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.
In these Zoom retirement sessions, Fidelity experts will help UCLA staff with preparing for retirement.
Jeffrey Inaba and Inaba Williams Architects created the space to support the children’s and parents’ needs within a domestic environment.
Christie focuses her research on understanding evaluation as a method for facilitating social change.
The agreement will double the number of articles covered by UC’s open access agreements while supporting the mission to make research freely available.
Clooney, a celebrated human rights lawyer, discussed her perspectives on success and making a positive difference.
Loo, professor of chemistry and biochemistry at UCLA, will received the Eastern Analytical Symposium Award.