“Possible Worlds,” which launches in February 2021, invites some of today’s most imaginative intellectual leaders to speak on the future of humanity.
Among the questions the panelists will address: How can universities champion science and evidence while fact-based professions like journalism and medicine are under attack?
Experts from around the country gathered at a UCLA conference to brainstorm ways to protect Americans’ access to the ballot box.
Topics will include how the disease affects the body and the status of vaccine research.
UCLA astrophysicist Andrea Ghez and UC Berkeley biochemist Jennifer Doudna, both 2020 Nobel laureates, will be joined by climate change expert Emily A. Carter.
Faculty shared their thoughts during a virtual event recapping the 2020 election.
The annual event will be held Nov. 16 to 20, featuring a global trivia contest and Conversation Café.
Sebouh David Aslanian, director of UCLA’s Armenian Studies Center, offers his thoughts and perspectives on the conflict.
Nobel Prize winner Andrea Ghez will deliver the event’s keynote talk, focusing on her research about black holes.
The public can check out billboards by Larry Johnson in L.A.’s MacArthur Park neighborhood and video installations by Kahlil Joseph throughout the city.
On Nov. 10, the former director of the National Science Foundation will discuss the impacts of science policy.
The NBA coach spoke with UCLA Luskin Dean Gary Segura about his ties to campus, justice and the important lessons Americans still need to learn.
Even though the pandemic has rewritten the circumstances, UCLA is doing its best to make sure this upcoming year will provide students chances to connect.
UCLA’s Bonny Bentzin offers encouragement for those who, thanks to the pandemic, see the word “reusable” and think “infected.”
The contest invites student teams to identify a problem, dream up a nanotech-enabled solution and pitch their products to experts.
UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance moves to an online stage, focusing on rebuilding financial stability for artists.
Amid protests for social justice and a pandemic, UCLA students are urged to apply what they’ve learned to making a better world.
Actor, activist and UCLA alumnus George Takei will speak June 12 at the virtual celebration for 2020 graduates.
UCLA’s graduation festivities will feature speakers like actor, activist and alumnus George Takei and California Surgeon General Dr. Nadine Burke Harris.
The student-led organizing team ensures that one of UCLA’s most cherished traditions continues despite the pandemic.
Holder, former U.S. attorney general during the Obama administration, was the first African American to serve in that post.
The conversations are intended to build community and foster resilience as we adapt to the changes brought about by COVID-19.
The first installment features a discussion with professors Ren Sun, Dr. Otto Yang, Daniel Kamei and Eran Halperin.
Mapping connections among lost art, migrating birds and Star Trek.
Evan Kleiman’s Good Food contest shares the joy of baking.