A Minor Revolution
Inventive, intriguing and interdisciplinary: how new minors are changing undergraduate education at UCLA.

Geffen Hall
Ty Cole
Geffen Hall, the new home of the David Geffen School of Medicine.

Changing Landscape
Over the past 10 years, UCLA has transformed its campus to serve a contemporary, forward-focused research university. Take a tour of nine new sites and glimpse the campus of the future.

Community Builder
For a decade, Carol Block has been an indefatigable champion of UCLA, bringing the city and the university together in any number of ways.

Theory Studios

Live Long and Prosper
Through collaboration across campus and across disciplines, UCLA has improved the medical prognosis of millions of people in the past 10 years. Here are just a few of the extraordinary, interdisciplinary initiatives being undertaken by UCLA scientists and health experts that will help guide the medical world into the next decade.


At Issue: Leading Together
Like the city in which it was born, UCLA is a beacon of innovation and invention. In the past 10 years, we have laid the groundwork for a second century of progress and transformative change.

Change Agent: Girl Power
Bruin Diana Skaar has created a solid place for herself in Google’s high-tech arena. Now she wants to get girls of all ages to come along.

Ramesh Srinivasan
Mitch Tobias

Forward Thinker: A Digital Difference 
Ramesh Srinivasan wants to re-imagine our digital technology to better serve diverse users around the world.

Life Signs: Don’t Worry, Be Happy
Research shows there are concrete ways to increase your happiness.


A Voice Like Angel’s
Angel Blue is reaching new heights in the world of opera, but the singer never forgets her roots.

Grad Slam
Leslie Rith-Najarian’s anti-stress project is a home run in many ways.

Life Stories in Song
David Leaf gives students an inside glimpse into the lives of songwriters.

A New Way to “Re”cycle
Getting across the UCLA campus just got a whole lot smoother, thanks to a new bike-share program.

Look Up and Learn
At UCLA, teaching isn’t confined to classrooms — even the buildings offer a lesson or two.