Harold Torrence, associate professor of linguistics in the UCLA College, became enamored of linguistics as an undergraduate at the University of Georgia.
The Center for the Advancement of Teaching provides services and resources for faculty of all teaching styles and needs.
Students in the school’s first Disability Inclusion Lab course will produce six short documentary films that will premiere on campus May 30.
The UCLA Social Sciences LRW Big Data Research Partnership will link undergraduates and graduate students with paid internships in data science.
Shane Campbell-Staton says “superheroes give us the opportunity to discuss where the science meets the fiction, and how scientific innovation influences our lives.”
The UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs’ Latin American Cities Initiative brings urban planning students, educators and practitioners into a multinational conversation.
UCLA Arts’ “10 Questions” hybrid class/public lecture series had professors, students and the audience pondering what is space, freedom, and even a university.
UCLA’s Institute on Inequality and Democracy hosts new course for graduate students across campus interested in battling housing injustice.
Since their birth in the turbulent late ’60s, UCLA’s four ethnic studies centers have made waves far beyond campus. As they celebrate their 50th anniversary, their mission to use advanced research to bring about social justice takes on added urgency.
The UCLA Public Health Scholars Training Program hosted 40 students from across the country last summer in an effort to help increase diversity in the field.
Units across campus will host events on global issues, international careers and study abroad.
Recipients of the Distinguished Teaching Awards were honored by the Academic Senate at the Andrea L. Rich Night to Honor Teaching awards ceremony.
A class created by adjunct professor David Leaf will tell the band’s story through film, video and interviews with music industry executives.
The program is both an upper-level undergraduate course and public lecture series that brings together 40 leading minds to discuss 10 timely and fundamental questions.
New major is an extension of the jazz studies concentration, established in 1996 by jazz icon Kenny Burrell.
In this Q&A, director of the UCLA Game Lab Eddo Stern discusses the lab’s origins and what projects they’re sending to the Victoria and Albert Museum.
The Tribal Leadership and Community Development Certificate began with 23 students and now has more than 200 enrollees.
Students at the National McNair Scholars Conference had the opportunity to present research, learn about the application processes and network with professors.
To earn the certificate, students must complete five courses in environmental law and produce a supervised research paper.
In her esteemed career, Barbara Drucker has left an indelible mark not just on UCLA and the art world, but in Los Angeles schools where she reshaped arts education.
The Prison Education Program helps incarcerated students change their lives through education, and informs UCLA students about how prisons affect communities.
Since its inception in 2015, the program has provided 33 UCLA students with funding to complete research, projects or internships that focus on food issues.
The proposed minor would create new opportunities to engage students across all majors on campus, and it would extend the campus’s existing strength in Iranian studies.
Visit was a part of the UCLA Labor Center’s Parent Worker Project, which trains parents to be advocates for their children’s education.
Creation of the major, which will be offered beginning in Fall 2018, has been in the works for several years, in response to student demand.