“Policies and cessation strategies must be tailored to fit the population,” said UCLA’s Sean Tan. “A one-size-fits-all framework doesn’t work.”
The UCLA alumna and Los Angeles County supervisor hosted the landmark talk show, which began in 1992.
UCLA lit up one of its iconic buildings to celebrate LGBTQ Bruins.
The Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center also received a perfect score and the designation of “LGBTQ+ Healthcare Equality Leader.”
Bruins have long sought to make UCLA a more inclusive environment for people of all genders and sexual and romantic orientations. Now, those efforts are accelerating.
The series marks a capstone of years of UCLA Film & Television Archive efforts to share LGBTQ media.
UCLA’s Brad Sears has observed how the current pandemic has been shaped by what we did and did not learn in the past 40 years.
Though medical treatment has progressed, laws that discriminate against people based their HIV-positive status remain on the books across the United States.
Scholars are working on new mythbusting research to counter attacks on issues like trans rights.
What’s the significance of the U.S. Education Department affirming that Title IX protects transgender students?
Q&A with Andy Cofino, director of the UCLA LGBTQ Campus Resource Center.
UCLA staff share recommendations that highlight LGBTQ+ communities, experiences.
As part of its 25th anniversary, the UCLA LGBTQ Campus Resource Center created a timeline of important events in the campus’s queer and trans history.
Now in its 24th year at UCLA, the event has flourished and spread to other universities.
The UCLA Film & Television Archive led the restoration of the film, which is available to stream.
To celebrate and honor LGBTQ Bruins the iconic building became a stunning kaleidoscope of colors.
UCLA’s archive of the groundbreaking newsmagazine provides historical context and understanding.
The scholarship and equity funds are in memory of alumnus Matthew Palazzolo.
Abigail Saguy has long been committed to understanding and articulating how our culture frames identity, and human vulnerabilities.
The NIH-funded project aims to prevent infection among high-risk transgender women who face barriers to in-person interventions.
The study found that those who have stayed in during the pandemic were 37% more likely to feel anxious than those who haven’t.
The Center for LGBTQ Advocacy, Research & Health will conduct interdisciplinary research and collaborate with partners in Los Angeles and beyond.
Astrophysicist Andrea Ghez won a Nobel Prize, we were the No. 1 public university again, faculty carried on with important research and students continued to achieve the amazing.
The center this year added “Q” for queer to its name to reclaim the former slur as a term of inclusion and liberation.
In a survey by UCLA and United Food and Commercial Workers OUTreach, most said their local unions take action to protect LGBTQ members.
Kathryn O’Neill of UCLA's Williams Institute discusses how pre-existing health conditions, poverty and discrimination create a volatile mix.