As part of the campus’s ‘Rising to the Challenge’ pledge, nine projects have received funding, with more on the way.
The three-year arrangement enables UCLA authors to publish open access in 75 premier publications at a reduced cost.
The expert on Russia’s current project focuses on understanding how today’s threats to democracies emerged.
Dr. E. Dale Abel, Robert Bjork and Rosa Matzkin were honored for their distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.
The key challenge, he said, is maintaining a top-tier experience while increasing access.
UCLA had the second highest number of honorees among colleges and universities this year, followed by Stanford, UC Berkeley, MIT and Yale.
The plan includes initiatives focused on transportation, energy, water and food systems.
Stern, currently the associate dean for the humanities at the University of Michigan, begins the new post Nov. 1.
UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability receives $1.5 million pledge from founding director
The gift from Richard Turco and his wife, Linda Turco, will support students engaged in environmental research.
The UCLA alumna will speak June 10 at all three ceremonies, which will be held in Pauley Pavilion.
With $5 million from Herb Alpert Foundation, UCLA to introduce state-of-the-art music practice rooms
Construction is set to begin this summer for the 46 practice rooms, which have not been fully refurbished in nearly 70 years.
The Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center also received a perfect score and the designation of “LGBTQ+ Healthcare Equality Leader.”
The recognition comes from the U.S. News & World Report’s most recent graduate school rankings.
Along with his wife, the businessman and philanthropist established the Younes & Soraya Nazarian Center for Israel Studies.
A gift from the Alfred E. Mann Family Foundation will support research at the Broad Stem Cell Research Center and California NanoSystems Institute.
Fulfilling a long-held aspiration, the campus will offer four years in campus residences to students who enter as freshmen and two years to transfer students.
Gaurav Sant, director of the Institute for Carbon Management at UCLA, was appointed the inaugural chairholder.
Broxton Avenue played host to a rollicking block party as UCLA kicked off its new community-building event series.
The monthly program aims to revitalize the historic link between the campus and the neighborhood.
Freshman applications from in-state students jumped by 9% this year, and UCLA was once more the most applied-to university in the nation.
A new pilot program aims to help low-income, first-generation and historically underrepresented students pursue graduate studies and research careers.
Eight young UCLA professors are among 118 scientists and scholars selected today to receive the awards.
The funds will support research by the Institute for Carbon Management on climate change solutions.
The group will include student representatives and reflect on what worked well and what could be improved.
A gift from Dr. Bronwyn Bateman will establish a new center at the UCLA Stein Eye Institute.