Professor emeritus Rothman searches for a lost 'shtetl'

In a new book, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs professor emeritus and author Jack Rothman chronicles his journey to find the forgotten village in Ukraine where his family had lived for generations For Rothman, planning a visit to his parents’ ...

UCLA professor wins annual book prize

Professor Ursula Heise has been awarded the British Society for Literature and Science prize for best book published in 2016 in the field of literature and science.

Englund and collaborators receive research grant

The Machine Translation and Automated Analysis of Cuneiform Language project, co-directed by UCLA Near Eastern Languages and Cultures professor, Robert Englund, is now funded as part of Trans-Atlantic Platform’s Digging into Data challenge and grant program.

Three UCLA postdocs win Giannini fellowships

Last month, postdoctoral researchers from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA impressed judges with their scientific acumen, poise and ability to articulate the significance of their work at the 2017 Giannini Fellowship competition in Pebble Beach, California.

UCLA professor wins Lifetime Achievement Award

An expert in pathology of the liver and one of the pioneers in establishing the nature of the liver cell, he has done research on the pathogenesis of alcoholic and liver disease, more specifically investigating the regulation of expression of RNA sequence genes in liver biopsies from patients with acute alcoholic hepatitis.

Duncan is honored as a leading scholar in Korean studies

John Duncan, professor of Korean in UCLA’s Department of Asian Languages and Cultures, is presented with the Yongjae Award, established in 1995 to honor Yongjae Paek Nak-jun, a former minister of education during the Korean War.
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