More than 50 veterans joined the baseball team on the field April 11, to swing a bat and catch some balls at the annual camp.
UCLA in the community
UCLA faculty and alumni contributed ideas, expertise and artworks to the $100 million revitalization project.
Eight graduate students in UCLA’s Transformative Coaching and Leadership Program worked with students at Crenshaw High.
The funds will support UCLA students, policy reports and big-data projects such as the Million Dollar Hoods initiative.
Visitors will take part in do-it-yourself guided science experiments using common household supplies.
About 1,500 people participated in a range of projects that included gardening, cleanups and meal packing.
The Civic Bicycle Commuting team, or CiBiC, will use the funds to begin a pilot program in Los Angeles.
There are more than 40 volunteer projects happening around the world on Saturday, Sept. 25.
The downtown L.A.–based center provides students, energy and research to dozens of unions in Los Angeles.
Jiseon Kim has helped save and improve a learning garden at her former grade school. Ada Chung created a service that provides career mentorship to adults on the autism spectrum.
UCLA and Westwood Village need each other in order to to be at their best.
UCLA’s Maite Zubiaurre led the creation of the art installation “Mujer Migrante Memorial” and accompanying virtual map honoring those who died.
The report highlights the need for more biodiversity protections and equitable access to resources.
Since 2012, when the class was first offered, students have distributed a total of $780,000 to 27 local organizations.
For the first time there was a showcase dedicated to community-engaged research.
All 38 students are planning to attend college this fall.
Anne Nguyen saw how work in the classroom can help communities in need.
Online-only class allows organizers to welcome students from the United States, Mexico and Guatemala.
A project by UCLA faculty envisions collaborative bicycle ‘flows’ that generate digital exhibitions.
TranslateCovid.org delivers accurate information to communities often facing increased vulnerabilities because of a lack of access to official public health news in a language other than English.
Tony DeFrancesco looks to build on a partnership that extends back 70 years.
Courses will pair social justice teaching with community engagement and instruction in data literacy, statistics and computational research methods.
The California NanoSystems Institute at UCLA has adapted its education outreach programs during COVID-19.
The big-data research initiative based at UCLA uses police and jail records to monitor how much authorities are spending to lock up residents.
The researchers will engage with local communities to design cooling structures and choose the best locations to install them.