Closing the gender and diversity gap in the tech sector

More than 300 technology leaders, innovators, policymakers, journalists and academics will gather Friday at UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion Club to share their ideas on closing the gender and diversity gap in the technology sector.

L.A.-area artists shine in Hammer's major summer show

Hammer’s biennial, which runs through August 28, highlights the practices of artists working across and near L.A., with an emphasis on those who are categorized as emerging and/or underrecognized.

Roberge receives Emerging Voices 16 Award

Associate professor Heather Roberge, associate vice chair in the UCLA Department of Architecture and Urban Design, is a recipient of the Emerging Voices 16 Award from the Architectural League New York.

Inequality is not the issue — growth is

Income equality is not the critical problem of our time, according to UCLA economist Lee E. Ohanian. There are greater public policy issues surrounding the nation's economic well-being.

Digging through history using digital tools

Tobias Higbie is a UCLA scholar of labor history who is using digitized historical records to gain new perspectives about labor and social movements of past eras.

UCLA Labor Center picks up national award for radio show

'Re:Work,' a radio show produced by the UCLA Labor Center to highlight the contributions of workers in America, has won a national Gracie Award for Outstanding Portrait/Biography in the category for local, public and student radio and television.

UCLA scientist makes an impact on public health

A national leader in identifying dangerous chemical exposures and then applying the findings toward regulations to protect health, John Froines has spent his career pursuing both.
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