The professor emeritus of mechanical and aerospace engineering joined the UCLA faculty in 1967.
UCLA’s Eddie Cole says the full history of how enslaved Black people in the U.S. became free is not a feel-good story, which makes it vital to understanding history.
The University of California has introduced the Pay for Family Care and Bonding program and the Adoption Assistance Plan.
UCLA Law professor Scott Cummings’ new book examines the impact of the legal profession.
Panel discussion will reflect on what it means to be anti-racist.
Yael Tamir, president of Beit-Berl College, will discuss the influence of identity politics on Israel and the United States.
She was recognized for her project “Window Reception: Brazilian Neoclassical Poetry and Lusophone Classics Across the Atlantic.”
The society is the oldest and largest general epidemiology society in North America.
Psychology professor studies the etiology and treatment of substance use disorders, particularly alcohol use disorder.
The UCLA COVID-19 Response and Recovery Task Force has created a resource to answer questions about the phased return to campus.
The conversation will feature UCLA’s Aisha Finch and Kyle Mays.
The awards are given to the top 10% of hotels in the world, as determined by guest reviews.
Hassan Akmal says the best way to predict the future is to create it.
Scholar of housing economics and policy, both domestic and international, often focused on low-income housing.
Alumna will hold appointments in urban planning and the department of Chicana and Chicano and Central American Studies.
UCLA Arts professor to develop course about design, disability and the web with Claire Kearney-Volpe.
UCLA professor of physics and astronomy received Innovation in Materials Characterization Award.
The fellowship will involve a year of discovery and interdisciplinary exchange in Cambridge.
Galván was selected based on her record of research and her contributions to teaching, mentoring and promoting diversity, equity and inclusion.
Speakers will include UCLA’s Karen Umemoto, May Wang and Daniel Kim.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s new group will identify ways in which information is collected, shared and used.
Psychology professor is honored for her contributions to psychological science and public policy.
A Return to Rec membership and a reservation will be required.
Hammer Museum and African American studies department will host the online conversation.
The past year was an opportunity to become even stronger advocates for social justice and equity.