UCLA graduates are ready to help reshape the world after facing the pandemic and other challenges.
For the first time since the pandemic, campus hosted full-scale, in-person commencements at Pauley Pavilion with alumna Katelyn Ohashi delivering the keynote address.
With a UCLA degree in labor studies, she has her sights set on improving conditions for garment workers.
As a mentor with UCLA Center for Community College Partnerships, the 29-year-old graduating senior relies on his own experiences.
Michael Ting’s work for the Disabilities and Computing Program ensures disabled people get the information they need.
After graduation, Marshall Scholarship winner Herman Luis Chavez will study musicology and history at King’s College in London.
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Lea Alcantara, who will receive her degree this summer, has helped build community among UCLA’s first MEng cohort.
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Widening access to telemedicine is one of the projects that UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs students have undertaken to develop policy solutions for real-world clients.
Jayewardene will serve as the graduate student speaker at the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture’s commencement ceremony on June 11.
More than 13,800 students from the class of 2022 will receive bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees.
The speaker of the House will offer keynote remarks during school’s in-person ceremony outside of Kerckhoff Hall.
The UCLA alumna will speak June 10 at all three ceremonies, which will be held in Pauley Pavilion.