On March 7, Dana Cuff will discuss architecture’s ability to design more equitable futures at UCLA’s Faculty Research Lecture.
The professor’s latest book uses creative nonfiction to show how one of the nation’s most divisive topics is bigger than money.
What prevents more Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islanders and Asian Americans from seeking mental health care?
Tailoring outreach by cultures, languages and nationalities could help increase utilization of services.
Across campus, students and scholars are responding to the challenges facing Los Angeles and the city’s nearly 75,000 homeless residents.
UCLA Center for Health Policy Research report recommends changes to laws and a more diverse lactation consultant workforce.
Eminent policymakers and scholars from across the country came together to explore law and policy challenges through a Latina lens.
A $9.4 million federal grant furthers the UCLA Agile Visual Analytics Lab’s goal of making information accessible and meaningful for all.
Despite stronger fears of being a victim of gun violence, California immigrants far less likely to own firearms than citizens
UCLA survey finds fewer gun owners among Latino immigrants; Asian immigrants are more worried about becoming gun-violence victims.
In a report released today, more than 20 researchers provide strategies that center equity and justice in LADWP’s transition.
UCLA experts and colleagues explain how cultivating meaning and direction helps youth build motivation and resilience.
The digital platform provides comprehensive data on citizenship, health, education, employment and other topics, customizable for different Latino populations.
El nuevo Latino Data Hub de UCLA es un catalizador para el cambio en las comunidades latinas de los Estados Unidos
La plataforma digital incluye una amplia variedad de datos sobre ciudadanía, seguro de salud, educación, empleo y otras áreas temáticas, personalizadas por grupo de ascendencia latina.
The academy cited Moreno as “one of most influential young Latino academic leaders in family medicine and health care.”
As part of a panel discussion co-hosted by White House domestic policy advisor Neera Tanden and U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona
Rising temperatures mean fewer overall days when prescribed fires can be safely lit, a new UCLA-led study shows.
Research by Graham Rossmore, who will graduate with a master’s in urban planning, has already influenced Los Angeles policy decisions.
UCLA’s newest honorees are Miguel García-Garibay, Leonid Kruglyak, Gary Segura and Min Zhou.
The two-year grants are meant to further scientific understanding of cannabis and inform efforts to shape public policy.
Among California veterans who had considered suicide, nearly 1 in 5 reported living in a home with at least one firearm stored loaded and unlocked.
Proposed legislation, which grew out the students’ work in a legal clinic project, would benefit small farmers who can’t afford big legal fees.
Researchers found that Afro-Latinos face worse outcomes in income, homeownership and other areas than non-Black Latinos.
8th annual survey of L.A. residents shows second-lowest satisfaction ever with county’s quality of life
Despite a slight overall uptick, dissatisfaction remains high due to inflation, homelessness and the COVID-19 pandemic.
New UCLA-led findings could help officials tailor health and safety policies to appeal to populations with a variety of social views.
After the Supreme Court reversed Roe v. Wade, the state partnered with UCLA to help women secure their reproductive freedom.
The statewide pilot program aimed at coordinating health and social services also reduced medical costs to the state, a UCLA study shows.