UCLA social demographer Anne Pebley discusses her findings, including which sociodemographic traits tend to predict who gets deported.
A UCLA report examines demographic and socioeconomic changes among Latino groups from between 2000 and 2020.
UCLA Labor Center brings together 60 labor and immigration leaders for San Diego-Tijuana border tour
Visits to a migrant shelter and job training center illuminated how racial and labor justice intersect across borders.
Jayewardene will serve as the graduate student speaker at the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture’s commencement ceremony on June 11.
A UCLA-funded study models the toll of heat and dehydration on the human body along the unforgiving routes used by Latin American migrants.
The study also found that many felt that immigrants would be prevented from gaining legal U.S. immigration status if they used certain government benefits.
The interdisciplinary program focuses on globalization and the connections among people across the world that transcend geographic and political boundaries.
Charlene Villaseñor Black teaches her students that creative images can inspire empathy toward others, such as the immigrants along the U.S.-Mexico border.
“Águilas” documents hope and loss in the Arizona desert.
UCLA’s Maite Zubiaurre led the creation of the art installation “Mujer Migrante Memorial” and accompanying virtual map honoring those who died.
Online-only class allows organizers to welcome students from the United States, Mexico and Guatemala.
Within 24 hours, they built a pediatric clinic, urgent-care facility and COVID-19 isolation unit inside the Long Beach Convention Center.
The academy is one of the nation’s most prestigious honorary societies.
A professor at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, he also was associate director of the Center for Health Policy Research for 25 years.
A new report predicts growing numbers of apprehensive Latino immigrant parents in California will disenroll kids from public health programs.
Dr. Elizabeth Barnert’s research into El Salvador’s “disappeared” children points to a role for genetics in reunification.
A UCLA report analyzes the potential economic impact of granting citizenship to immigrants who are already in the U.S. labor force.
Many low-income immigrant adults in California avoid public assistance programs for fear of jeopardizing their immigration status, UCLA researchers say.
UCLA Center for Health Policy Research scholars discuss how the Biden administration can use research to improve immigrant health.
Professors Maite Zubiaurre and Kristy Guevara-Flanagan hope their film about searching for those lost in the desert will change immigration policy.
Astrophysicist Andrea Ghez won a Nobel Prize, we were the No. 1 public university again, faculty carried on with important research and students continued to achieve the amazing.
Political and moral victories sometimes go hand in hand. But not always. This election has exposed more than one split.
UCLA anthropology professor Jason De León is raising awareness about the stories of the people who migrate across the Sonoran Desert between Mexico and the U.S.
A new film by two UCLA faculty members focuses on volunteers who search the Sonoran Desert for undocumented migrants who have died.
Eighty-seven percent of those surveyed said they disagreed with the policy — including 71% of Republicans.