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Chancellor Gene Block
Recalling the legacy of a transformative predecessor.
It’s that time again — an opportunity to take stock of a year filled with awe-inspiring achievements and more than a few surprises, and to celebrate the accomplishments of our entire Bruin community.
Block received the Chairman’s Award from the Los Angeles Business Council a day after regents approved UCLA’s Gayley Towers redevelopment project.
After 17 years at the helm, Gene Block will step down as chancellor in 2024. He leaves behind a powerful legacy.
A review of some of Gene Block’s most memorable commencement address moments.
A letter from Chancellor Gene Block.
Colleagues and alumni express their gratitude for years of exceptional leadership.
Fascinating facts about the chancellor.
Members of the Bruin community are invited to attend virtual town halls with the committee Nov. 8.
As part of a panel discussion co-hosted by White House domestic policy advisor Neera Tanden and U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona
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.
Tras 17 años al frente de la universidad pública número uno del país, el noveno director ejecutivo del campus concluirá su mandato en julio de 2024.
During her tenure, Block has dedicated her time and energy to staff appreciation activities, supporting the arts and empowering women leaders.
From idea to startup, UCLA provides support to help Bruins get their businesses off the ground.
Chancellor Gene Block was honored by the Los Angeles Business Council for leading the campus’s commitment to student housing.
Is a college education still worth it? The chancellor and other panelists explored the question, as well as economic mobility and university rankings.
For lovers of food, there is simply no place like L.A.
The new UCLA Initiative to Study Hate is tackling an audacious mission: eradicating bigotry and discrimination from American life.
Our students’ journeys to UCLA are as diverse, unique and special as they are.
Angela Riley and Shannon Speed named special advisors to the chancellor on Native American and Indigenous affairs
These scholars will build on the excellent work of outgoing special advisor Professor Mishuana Goeman.
UCLA graduates are ready to help reshape the world after facing the pandemic and other challenges.
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.