Brett Steele, the director of London's Architectural Association School of Architecture, one of the world’s oldest and most influential schools of architecture, has been appointed dean of the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture.
The associate dean at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs brings administrative and planning expertise and vast experience as an academic leader to her new position.
Nelson, who will begin on Nov. 14, has served as senior vice president and assistant general counsel for Hilton Worldwide since 2009.
Segura, who is a professor of political science at Stanford and a leading scholar in the politics of America’s growing Latino minority, will succeed Lois Takahashi.
Spisso talks with U Magazine editor David Greenwald about the opportunities ahead for UCLA Health and her vision for the future.
Todd Hughes will lead the nation’s largest state health survey at the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research.
Dr. Kelsey Martin joined the medical school’s faculty in 1999, and has served in various leadership roles including as interim dean since September 2015.
Patricia Turner, dean and vice provost of undergraduate education, has been appointed senior dean of the UCLA College. She began serving a two-year term on July 1.
Benbow brings a background in the cable television industry to his new role as senior executive director of UCLA Government and Community Relations.
Graham is a Distinguished Professor of Education and the University of California Presidential Chair in Education and Diversity.
The first woman to be selected as chair of the department, Clarke has also served as vice chair for undergraduate education.
A renowned scholar and chair of UCLA’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, García-Garibay has long made undergraduate education a priority and will work to enhance diversity in the physical sciences.
A prominent neuroscientist, Martin became interim dean of the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA in September 2015.
Krebsbach, who will be the school’s eighth dean, is currently the Roy H. Roberts Professor of Dentistry and a professor of biomedical engineering at the University of Michigan.
Associate Vice Chancellor Monroe Gorden Jr. will become interim vice chancellor of student affairs, effective July 1, following the retirement of Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Janina Montero. Associate Vice Chancellor Youlonda Copeland-Morgan will become vice provost for enrollment management.
A renowned authority on Egyptian archaeology, Wendrich takes the reins of one of the most important global research centers in archaeology.
Johnese Spisso, a nationally recognized academic health care leader, will oversee all operations of UCLA’s hospitals and clinics as well as the health system’s regional outreach strategy, effective Feb. 8.
Dhir, dean of UCLA Engineering, will step down from his position at the end of this year.
Beck, a longtime city and university administrator, will oversee buildings and grounds, student housing and dining facilities, public safety and a broad range of other support services and operations.
The UCLA professor also holds the Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Chair in Israel Studies.
On faculty at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, Estrada has devoted decades to serving his community.
Kareiva will conduct research into urban conservation, improving environmental communications and exploring the role of consumer choices in pushing businesses to go green.
C. Cindy Fan has been appointed UCLA’s vice provost for international studies and global engagement, announced UCLA Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Scott L. Waugh. Since 2012, Fan served on an interim basis as vice provost for international s
Dr. James B. Atkinson has been named the interim associate vice chancellor and president of UCLA Hospital System. He serves in this role while the search for a replacement for Dr. David Feinberg continues.
David Roussève, a professor of choreography at UCLA, has been appointed interim dean of the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture, effective July 1, according to an announcement by Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Scott Waugh.