UCLA epidemiologist Robert Kim-Farley reflects on how the U.S. has coped with the pandemic.
“Parents should be patient and not expect everything to go back to how it was before,” said UCLA professor Bridget Callaghan.
UCLA sociologist Patrick Heuveline reports on the dramatic impact in the U.S. and other nations.
As we mark one year of working from home, UCLA faculty and staff share what they’ve experienced and learned.
Despite the return of traffic, record-high summer heat waves and apocalyptic wildfires, the early months of spring 2020 offered a glimpse of what is possible.
Mass COVID-19 vaccinations will help boost the U.S. and local economies and usher in a new post-pandemic norm, economists predict.
TranslateCovid.org delivers accurate information to communities often facing increased vulnerabilities because of a lack of access to official public health news in a language other than English.
During the quiet of the pandemic, UCLA evaluated ever-shifting realities and forged a new path forward that may change education forever.
Psychologist Melissa Brymer recommends clear and detailed communication about changes children can expect in their classrooms and routines.
UCLA experts say the effort, which includes complying with rules for masking and distancing, will take vigilance on the part of schools, students and families.
Online mentions of sourdough, sacrifice and death all surged as the pandemic took hold.
The Center for Neighborhood Knowledge is bolstered by people’s contributions and their commitment to doing good
Kristen Choi says doctors and nurses should be prepared to discuss side effects with patients and reassure them about the vaccine’s safety.
Birthrates, marriage, gender roles will change dramatically in post-pandemic world, scientists predict
The longer COVID-19 continues, the more entrenched these psychological, social and societal changes are likely to be, the study authors suggest.
Faculty, staff, students and administrators share how they persevered during the COVID-19 pandemic.