UCLA’s Cara Horowitz discusses how new federal leadership on vehicle pollution will help states meet their climate goals.
A report by Beacon Economics demonstrates that the campus is a major contributor to California’s economy.
A UCLA study recommends that Congress prioritize communities of color for next pandemic relief payments.
The report assumes that mass vaccinations will clear a path toward a new, productive normalcy for many industries.
UCLA wildfire research reveals the patterns and future threats of blazes in California — and offers a foundation for how to face the flames.
Researchers found striking differences in Californians’ oral health across income, education, employment, immigration status and other categories.
The University of California has adopted systemwide gender identity and lived name options for UC-issued documents and information systems.
UCLA ecologist Morgan Tingley and a worldwide team of experts call for new approaches to fire management.
UCLA professors say insufficient outreach about the measure, which would have overturned the ban on affirmative action, was a key factor.
Without careful planning, the shift to green power could cost more and strain the state’s grid.
New data from the California Health Interview Survey also covers health topics related to social media, sexual violence and veterans.
While COVID-19 spurs a desire for mailed ballots, research led by a UCLA professor suggests that mail-in results largely mirror in-person outcomes.
Sonja Diaz, the founding director of the Latino Policy & Politics Initiative, understands how research can directly result in legislation that serves society’s needs.
The group, whose 11 partners include seven UC campuses, will work to overcome challenges and barriers to prevention, treatment and vaccination.
A UCLA Luskin Center for History and Policy report tracks the state’s history of restricting and expanding the franchise.
Based on research in the California Health Interview Survey, UCLA researchers found the trend was especially pronounced among young adults.
A new UCLA report recommends that state and local officials develop plans to retrain members of the Latino workforce for jobs in the digital economy.
Economists say the positive outlook is partly due to consumers and businesses quickly adapting to virtual commerce.
UCLA’s Eric Fournier explains why the state’s infrastructure isn’t well suited for such extreme conditions — and what improvements are needed.
UCLA researchers are making data available ahead of their typical publication in an effort to aid the state’s pandemic response.
The temporary change in UC’s Absence from Work policy provides additional relief for parents balancing work and child care responsibilities and expires Dec. 31.
UCLA Library’s collection tells the story of the 1918 influenza pandemic through the words of those who lived it.
Research revealed that over 88% of residents with temporary protected status are in the labor force, and that almost 11% are self-employed.
With a statewide moratorium on evictions set to expire, thousands of renters are at risk of losing their housing.
A UCLA study finds that continued climate change will deliver a dangerous one-two punch for state’s water managers.