Family and friends, former colleagues and students, and campus leaders came together to pay tribute to Klug, who was killed in 2016.
UCLA staff members recommend works for education and entertainment to celebrate throughout November.
California legislators have invested $15 million in the Latina Futures, 2050 Lab and $1.5 million in the Hollywood Diversity Report.
Access to the latest resources is just part of the equation; liaisons also provide hands-on guidance on research strategies.
As Native American Heritage Month begins, Newsroom spoke to the two scholars about their new role as special advisors to the chancellor.
García-Garibay, who will continue to lead the physical sciences division, begins his two-year term Nov. 1, replacing David Schaberg.
From Nov. 7 to Nov. 10, units across UCLA will host events on global issues and opportunities for students.
Patricia Turner discusses her new book, “Trash Talk: Anti-Obama Lore and Race in the Twenty-First Century”
Tejas Parasher, a comparative political theorist who joined the faculty this fall, teaches students how to question established paradigms.
UCLA’s Dr. Haig Aintablian, campus’s first space medicine fellow, will have a role in shaping the next generation of flight physicians.
Scholars agree that, even with ample evidence, prosecution could be extremely challenging at best.
Harter, a professor emerita at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, died on Oct. 8 from congestive heart failure.
Members of the campus community can examine the events in Iran and the world reaction with leading scholars from the U.S. and Europe.
Dr. Arleen Brown, professor of medicine in the division of general internal medicine and health services research at UCLA, received the honor Oct. 17.
Campus police and UCLA Transportation rewarded riders who got off their bikes and scooters in dismount zones.
Earlier this year, the UCLA professor won the John Bates Clark Medal, one of the most prestigious honors in his field.
Stern, who will succeed longtime dean David Schaberg on Nov. 1, spoke with us about this new chapter for her and the division.
A thousand students, faculty and staff attended the “Sembrando Comunidad” event, which was part of campus efforts to earn the Hispanic-Serving Institution designation.
Otto-Knapp was a professor of painting and drawing at the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture. She died on Oct. 9.
His scholarship drew attention to how law shaped the experiences of poor people.
The program awarded a total of $139,380 to faculty in fields ranging from architecture and urban design to African American studies, and from gender studies to music.
Valenzuela spoke about his plans for the division, the importance of public engagement and how his early job at a carwash instilled a work ethic that still drives him.
Immigration scholar Chris Zepeda-Millán draws inspiration from his grandparents and the migrant workers he’s met along his career.
Lynn Vavreck and Chris Tausanovitch discuss their new book, “The Bitter End: The 2020 Presidential Campaign and the Challenge to American Democracy.”
UCLA Transportation encourages Bruins to rethink their rides during sustainable transportation month
Bicycling, carpooling and using public transportation advance the campus’s sustainability goals.