UCLA graduates are ready to help reshape the world after facing the pandemic and other challenges.
Chancellor Gene Block
UCLA’s leader emphasized that campus must do all it can to ensure that all students — no matter their background or means — can graduate in a timely manner.
UCLA’s leader said that to promote job growth and social mobility, traditional four-year higher education and credentialing and certificate programs should play key roles.
The key challenge, he said, is maintaining a top-tier experience while increasing access.
UCLA is searching for ways to spot early signs of depression and anxiety.
Professors continued helping us better understand our world with their research, students kept excelling and UCLA showed how it helps make Los Angeles a world-class city.
UCLA must serve more students. The only question is how.
Chancellor Block shares ideas about higher education and cities with other experts at Milken Institute Global Conference
UCLA’s leader joined several discussions with the aim of sharing lessons learned from recent social movements and the global pandemic.
The chancellor, who is overseeing the response to the pandemic, shared some of his priorities for the coming year.
“I’ve been waiting a long time for this day, so have a first great day on campus,” Block said. “Hope you have a great year, be well, be safe and go Bruins!”
UCLA must focus on education and training that will be essential for the next generation.
UCLA’s research enterprise illustrates the incredible reach and continued impact of our scholarship.
During the quiet of the pandemic, UCLA evaluated ever-shifting realities and forged a new path forward that may change education forever.
Chancellor Gene Block encourages those who have experienced an incident of discrimination or harassment to report it to the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.
UCLA Chancellor Gene Block reaffirms how our values strengthen democracy and encourages students and employees who need help to avail themselves of resources.
History shows universities like UCLA bring Americans closer together and move our nation forward.
UCLA’s leader sent a heartwarming video to the campus community to express his admiration and gratitude as 2020 comes to an end.
In this Q&A, he shares his priorities, his advice for new students and his thoughts on how this moment could change UCLA and all of higher education.
UCLA works to fulfill its commitment to supporting and protecting all members of its community.
Mays will work with leaders across campus to help guide and strengthen UCLA’s efforts to support the Black Bruin family.
During the pandemic and the trauma of racist killings, Bruins have shown compassion, courage and resilience.
Chancellor Gene Block delivers a heartfelt message of gratitude to staff, students, faculty and alumni for their ingenuity and compassion during the COVID-19 pandemic.
People around the world have a deep affinity for UCLA, and this is evident in the tremendous success of the Centennial Campaign.
The network we now know as the internet had its beginnings at UCLA. And we’ve made a long journey down that superhighway.
Our public outreach keeps UCLA in touch with important issues, influencers and the community.