With the Supreme Court ruling on affirmative education looming, Gary Orfield’s book calls for race-conscious policies that can open the doors to educational opportunity for all.
UCLA study shows anxiety about a current pregnancy predicted shorter gestation times.
Preliminary findings from UCLA’s 2022 California Health Interview Survey also show drop in risk-reduction behaviors.
Inflation, rising interest rates and declining real wages are among the factors limiting growth, according to the latest UCLA Anderson Forecast.
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.
A UCLA report looks at why Latinas left their jobs in large numbers during the pandemic and strategies for bringing them back into the workforce.
The nationwide database records and analyzes legislative, regulatory and administrative efforts at local, state and federal levels.
Support for Democrats remains strong among Latinos, but swing voters could prove the difference in some contests, UCLA report shows.
Richard Hasen will lead the Safeguarding Democracy Project, which will focus on ensuring that U.S. elections are free and fair.
The decision could have wide-reaching consequences for federal agencies’ ability to regulate industries.
The 2022-23 spending plan allocates $13 million to labor centers in the University of California system.
California and Los Angeles will play a critical role in ensuring reproductive rights, panelists said.
UCLA experts welcome Biden’s new proposals but say higher education still has far to go to ensure students are protected.
While many municipal climate plans cite extreme heat as a threat, few propose any comprehensive strategy to address it, a UCLA-led analysis shows.
In recognition of the holiday, UCLA Newsroom shares insights from UCLA professors Eddie Cole, Karida Brown and Brenda Stevenson.
According to the latest UCLA Anderson Forecast, the war in Ukraine, COVID lockdowns in China and inflation will continue to stymie growth.
The Berggruen Governance Index, published by UCLA, assesses quality of democracy and quality of life measures in 134 nations.
UCLA’s leader said that to promote job growth and social mobility, traditional four-year higher education and credentialing and certificate programs should play key roles.
The key challenge, he said, is maintaining a top-tier experience while increasing access.
Augmented reality exhibition places viewers in midst of WWII-era forced removal of Japanese Americans
‘BeHere / 1942,’ presented by the Yanai Initiative of UCLA and Tokyo’s Waseda University, runs from May 7 to Oct. 9.
Professor Ramesh Srinivasan joined Frances Haugen and Jeff Orlowski-Yang for the panel, which was part of UCLA’s Common Experience program.
Just as the economic impact of COVID-19 was waning, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine injected an additional layer of uncertainty into the forecast.
Treisman is the co-author of the book “Spin Dictators: The Changing Face of Tyranny in the 21st Century.”
LandCART uses machine learning to assess changes in vegetation and ground cover across the American West.
UCLA legal scholars have long used these methods to examine shifting attitudes toward racial justice throughout U.S. history.