California’s slower-growing economy continues to outpace the weak growth of the U.S. economy.
California’s economic growth will continue to outpace nation’s, according to the the latest quarterly analysis from the UCLA Anderson Forecast.
The newest California Health Interview Survey highlights high rates of food insecurity, hate incidents and difficulties accessing health care.
A UCLA-led study identified characteristics from more than 100 types of plants that can be analyzed to determine their preferred temperature and rainfall amount.
Efforts will aim to boost EV use, energy storage, firefighter safety and the well-being of migrant workers.
Environmental justice has been the cornerstone of Luskin School efforts related to the city’s hot weather policies.
Admission of California students grew by 4.7% overall, with 37% of state-resident freshmen coming from historically underrepresented groups.
After 17 years at the helm of the nation’s top-ranked public university, the campus’s ninth chief executive will conclude his tenure in July 2024.
Project Phoenix, which launches today, was developed by UCLA and the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
Paper synthesizing latest research adds clarity to contentious debate with implications for lives and property.
A UCLA study also shows that those born outside the U.S. have greater unmet needs for mental health care.
A UCLA study using environmental DNA provides the most comprehensive picture to date of wildlife in the region’s surf zones.
As California’s secretary of state, Shirley Weber fights — for diversity and inclusion, for education, and to make sure every vote counts.
UCLA Anderson Forecast economists say Fed policy could still trigger a brief recession later this year.
Proposed legislation, which grew out the students’ work in a legal clinic project, would benefit small farmers who can’t afford big legal fees.
The report’s authors write that such programs are “potentially the best vehicle to transform who accesses and succeeds in California’s higher education and labor market.”
More than 240 of them have been adopted, according to a new UCLA Law report.
Drawing from 18 years of data, the research points to increased safety overall, even as mass shootings have continued.
After the Supreme Court reversed Roe v. Wade, the state partnered with UCLA to help women secure their reproductive freedom.
In a UCLA Center for Health Policy Research survey, one-third of those with housing affordability issues said they put off medical care in 2021.
The latest UCLA Anderson Forecast finds that the relative strength of state’s economy is due in part to a healthy construction sector.
Faculty and staff can learn more about the planned policy changes in a Wednesday, March 15, webinar.
Professor Kevan Harris will present his demographic findings at the Feb. 16–17 Iranian Diaspora in Global Perspective conference at UCLA.
The statewide pilot program aimed at coordinating health and social services also reduced medical costs to the state, a UCLA study shows.
A UCLA–UC Riverside report also explores the lack of access to quality affordable housing, food and education.