A contingent of more than 50 people, including 10 veterans, their family members, program staff and supporters, walked behind a huge Operation Mend banner
Chancellor Gene Block, student cadets and midshipmen, and community members gathered on campus today to express their appreciation to veterans and their families.
When Johnnie Ashe returned from his first tour of duty from Vietnam as a Marine in 1967, it triggered a plan in his mind that few people — not even his brother — initially knew about it.
Doug Larratt and three other UCLA Anderson students were chosen for embodying Coach Wooden's inspiring leadership ideals and committing themselves to improving the lives of others.
The agreement between UCLA and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs creates a stronger academic affiliation between the campus and the VA.
UCLA’s eighth annual Volunteer Day gives new students their first taste of Bruin life and provides service and support at 50 locations throughout L.A. County.
UCLA Volunteer Day will send thousands of new Bruins joined by employees and alumni to 50 sites across Los Angeles to work on projects at schools, parks, senior centers, and veterans’ sites.
Instructors with UCLA Recreation recently offered three classes in tai chi and qi gong, art therapy and creative writing at the V.A.'s West Los Angeles campus to help veterans relax and express their emotions.
Rick Martinez found himself back on the campus where he sought shelter when he was homeless. This time, he was enrolled in a program to develop skills to launch a business.
With a $1 million gift, a military veteran, who graduated from UCLA with help from the GI Bill, is giving back to UCLA student veterans whose GI Bill funds have run dry.
With decades of experience in helping people with psychosis regain their place in society, UCLA neuroscientist Michael Green and his team of 10 psychiatrists, psychologists and other neuroscientists will look for ways to help formerly homeless veterans make the same transition.
A UCLA policy brief recommends that veterans’ mental health status be continuously monitored throughout their lives, not just when emergencies arise.
A U.S. Army veteran, playwright and actor, Wolfert explores the trauma of war and post-war in his riveting one-man show.
Participants will have access to highly individualized, intensive treatment that draws on UCLA’s nationally recognized expertise in neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry and integrative medicine.
On Monday, April 11 the UCLA baseball program hosted Veteran Appreciation Day at Jackie Robinson Stadium, with more than 100 veterans from all across Southern California coming out to take part in the day’s activities.
A player for the Bruins in the 1990s, Roberts sat for a conversation with fellow alumnus Eric Karros and spoke with L.A. youth and veterans.
Started by two UCLA dental students, Operation Bruin Smiles helps UCLA's military veterans and former foster youth pay for major dental work.
The university committed to providing $1.15 million annually in support of new programs and services, plus in-kind contributions, as well as paying fair-market rent for the continued use of Jackie Robinson Stadium.
The research revealed the first evidence that trigeminal nerve stimulation, or TNS, helps provide relief from chronic post-traumatic stress.
UCLA Newsroom revisits some of our favorite news items from the year. Publishing resumes on Jan. 4.
The initiative will allow the next generation of leaders and change agents to understand and improve the health of veterans, and of the nation.
Families OverComing Under Stress, or FOCUS, was able to reduce the most problematic psychological and emotional symptoms of men and women in the military, their spouses and their children for half of its participants.
A startup founded by a UCLA M.B.A. graduate and decorated military veteran took home the top prize in a competition aimed at giving a boost to some of the UC’s most promising life-science startups.
Hundreds of UCLA Bruins are spreading Thanksgiving happiness by helping international students, veterans and others enjoy the holiday.
Jack Share, who in the 1970s served as an assistant professor in UCLA’s Special Education Division and the Graduate School of Education, died on Nov. 4 at Kaiser Hospital in Woodland Hills.