Each year, the committee honors one undergraduate student, graduate student, staff and up to four faculty members for their contributions to furthering a diverse, impartial and inclusive environment at UCLA.
All four UCLA hospitals were lauded by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation for equitable, inclusive medical care for LGBTQ patients and their families.
UCLA faculty who were first in their families to go to college help others like them overcome fear, self-doubt
Approximately 100 UCLA faculty members who were once first-generation college students are participating in a new effort to offer support and encouragement to current first-generation UCLA students as well as prospective students.
In early February, South Africa’s University of the Free State, Vrije Universiteit in the Netherlands and UCLA held their fourth symposium on diversity and equity in higher education.
Now in its 20th year, the UCLA Law Fellows program, run by UCLA School of Law, demystifies law school for undergraduates from various colleges and universities, who aspire to law careers.
The report examines hiring of women and minorities for 200 theatrical film releases in 2015, as well as 1,206 TV, cable and digital platform shows from 2014–15.
ABC’s new head of enertainment is determined to win with a diverse lineup of TV shows that reflect what America really looks like
Anke Audenaert, an assistant adjunct professor of marketing at UCLA’s Anderson School, never planned on working in the tech industry. But after spending more than 15 years working at various tech companies, she has charted a path to success in that field.
Blood donors representing many ethnicities and backgrounds pool precious resource to save woman’s life.
'Everything the senate does, every decision we make, has the goal of achieving excellence at UCLA,' says Susan Cochran, chair of the UCLA Academic Senate.
With the start today of a weeklong celebration of International Education Week at UCLA, Chancellor Gene Block offers his views on why global perspectives and cultural fluency are vital for students to be successful in the 21st century.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has awarded $415,000 to the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA to support a six-week summer program for incoming college sophomores, juniors and community college students who are interested in health professions.
A special CrossCheck Live event, “Processing the Election,” will be held tonight from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in Royce Hall to offer the community a chance to gather, discuss and understand Tuesday’s presidential election.
“Police Killings of African Americans: What’s Law Got to Do with It?” will be held from 4 to 5:30 p.m. on Oct. 19 in Covel Commons.
Valerie Smith emphasized that universities must invite students to inhabit the ideas of people with whom they differ.
The $450,000 grant will support a four-year pilot program designed to provide greater access to and information about the field of conservation.
The UCLA chapter of the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science will be recognized with two awards from the largest multicultural and multidisciplinary STEM diversity organization in the nation.
UCLA professor Tyrone Howard, AJ Scheitler, Yen Ying Shek and Minh Tran took part in the Summer Scholars Meeting of the Research Integration Strategies and Evaluation for Boys and Men of Color.
David Yoo, director of the Asian American Studies Center at UCLA, will become vice provost of the Institute of American Cultures, effective Sept. 1.
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.
Devon Carbado, the Honorable Harry Pregerson Professor of Law, is the inaugural associate vice chancellor of BruinX, a multidisciplinary unit within UCLA’s Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.
Twenty-eight outstanding undergraduates from across the country are spending eight weeks at UCLA, learning the latest data analysis techniques and skills that are transforming the biosciences.
Hailing from nearly every county in California, 49 states and 81 countries, the students are the most ethnically, socioeconomically and geographically diverse admitted group in UCLA history.
Sociology major Kevin Hale discovered his aptitude for counseling people with addictions while in treatment for alcohol abuse. This fall, the graduating senior will start his master’s studies in social welfare.
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.