The announcement comes as AmeriCorps leaders, state legislators look to campus program to inform national service campaign.
The HSI initiative will be hosting a campus forum on nurturing Latino excellence on Feb. 22.
Since last fall, the danceline performance group has carved out a new space for Black inclusion at Bruin sporting events.
The UCLA professor and vice provost recently joined the National Academy of International Education, an honorary society and think tank.
Read a curated selection of stories from across the UCLA campus spotlighting Black voices, histories and research.
It’s that time again — an opportunity to take stock of a year filled with awe-inspiring achievements and more than a few surprises, and to celebrate the accomplishments of our entire Bruin community.
The new program, launched 16 years after the existing minor was formed, accepted its first students in fall 2023.
The funding will support student research, faculty development and bolster activities that promote a sense of community.
The Gold Shield/IAC Ethnic Studies Summer Internships program allows Bruins to get paid while working for a nonprofit.
In 2011, four Bruins pledged to serve Native communities — here’s where they are today.
The English professor was honored for his boldly experimental work, which incorporates vignettes, imagery and poetry to present a dialogue.
10th annual Hollywood Diversity Report finds more top TV shows feature racially, ethnically diverse casts
Disability, race/ethnicity and gender representation in 2021–22 continued to lag in this industry deep dive across streaming, cable and broadcast.
Online UCLA calendar is dedicated to promoting campus programming around Indigenous intersectionality throughout the year.
The UCLA American Indian Studies Center selects Indigenous students, staff, faculty or alumni to profile in its monthly spotlight series.
Shannon Speed, director of the UCLA American Indian Studies Center, was named UCLA’s inaugural Paula Gunn Allen Chair in Gender Studies.
UCLA’s new chair of Chicana/o and Central American studies sees universal lessons in highlighting the omissions and silences surrounding the history of the Americas.
This year’s Latinx Welcome for students celebrated the campus’s progress toward becoming a Hispanic-Serving Institution.
Fueled by family members’ labor journeys, they’re working to improve economic and social injustices in L.A. and across the state.
As part of a panel discussion co-hosted by White House domestic policy advisor Neera Tanden and U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona
Professor Eric Avila connects campus to community by exploring the city’s multilayered, multicultural past.
UCLA faculty, staff and alumni share some of their favorite books, shows, podcasts and other media picks.
The UCLA professor hopes to open minds, change the conversation and help save lives.
Admission of California students grew by 4.7% overall, with 37% of state-resident freshmen coming from historically underrepresented groups.
After 17 years at the helm of the nation’s top-ranked public university, the campus’s ninth chief executive will conclude his tenure in July 2024.
Tras 17 años al frente de la universidad pública número uno del país, el noveno director ejecutivo del campus concluirá su mandato en julio de 2024.