“Teaching is all about the students. We must challenge them, support them, make them feel connected to the class and give them opportunities to do amazing things.”
The UCLA center’s role in preserving the experiences, struggles and accomplishments of Asian American peoples is vital in a city that is home to so many Asian communities.
Since 2014, the program has consistently been ranked first or second in the country.
Program opens doors for professionals who seek to deepen their understanding of the legal issues that affect their industries.
Degree program will help meet the rising demand for specialists trained to guide patients facing complex genetic disorders.
Units across UCLA will host events on global issues, international careers and opportunities for current students, like studying abroad.
The Blackstone LaunchPad has been operating on campus through Startup UCLA, reaching more than 8,000 students and serving 800-plus startup ventures.
The recipients of the Distinguished Teaching Awards, campus’s highest honor for teaching, were honored at the Andrea L. Rich Night to Honor Teaching.
For half a century, the center has been advocating for, and listening to, people in indigenous communities in Los Angeles and beyond.
Program brings the public together with students and 30 leading minds from across campus to engage in interdisciplinary conversations around 10 essential topics.
UCLA students partnered with private tech company on project that explored public health outcomes in L.A. and Long Beach port communities.
The weeklong course was part of UCLA’s Disability Inclusion Lab, an initiative designed to reframe cultural understanding and practices around the concept of disability.
Schachner describes how he “accidentally” got into the field and his goals for the program.
The degree will help position graduates to be more competitive for graduate programs and performance careers.
Q&A with Miriam Posner, assistant professor of information studies and digital humanities, on the growth of museums putting more of their collections online.
Harold Torrence, associate professor of linguistics in the UCLA College, became enamored of linguistics as an undergraduate at the University of Georgia.
The Center for the Advancement of Teaching provides services and resources for faculty of all teaching styles and needs.
Students in the school’s first Disability Inclusion Lab course will produce six short documentary films that will premiere on campus May 30.
The UCLA Social Sciences LRW Big Data Research Partnership will link undergraduates and graduate students with paid internships in data science.
Shane Campbell-Staton says “superheroes give us the opportunity to discuss where the science meets the fiction, and how scientific innovation influences our lives.”
The UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs’ Latin American Cities Initiative brings urban planning students, educators and practitioners into a multinational conversation.
UCLA Arts’ “10 Questions” hybrid class/public lecture series had professors, students and the audience pondering what is space, freedom, and even a university.
UCLA’s Institute on Inequality and Democracy hosts new course for graduate students across campus interested in battling housing injustice.
Since their birth in the turbulent late ’60s, UCLA’s four ethnic studies centers have made waves far beyond campus. As they celebrate their 50th anniversary, their mission to use advanced research to bring about social justice takes on added urgency.
The UCLA Public Health Scholars Training Program hosted 40 students from across the country last summer in an effort to help increase diversity in the field.