Jennifer Chun examines how labor, gender, race, class and migration intersect in today’s global economy.
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Traffic delays should be expected those days with a full closure on Sept. 14 from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m.
UCLA alumna Erika Hirugami and the Chicano Studies Research Center curated “On Their Backs: Latinx Labor in the US.”
The stretch of road from Dickson Court to Westholme Avenue will be open to traffic on August 26 and August 28, but closed to traffic on Tuesday, Aug. 27.
Sarah T. Roberts profiles the hidden workforce that monitors objectionable material on the internet, often to its own detriment
Electrical infrastructure upgrades by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power will mean lane closures near campus.
Energy created by the movement of two materials can be harvested from the surrounding environment and converted to electricity by a triboelectric nanogenerator.
The classes, which teach people to be trainers, began as a response to the need for community-level education that helps ensure workers have adequate protections.
Latest Gates Foundation grants will advance research on educational inclusion and global immunization
The awards, which total nearly $2.3 million, will support work by professors at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and the UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies.
UCLA’s Sarah T. Roberts spoke with the executive about how the world’s largest social media platform balances free expression with creating a safe community for all.
“This new tool makes possible experiments that we have been wanting to perform for many years,” said UCLA professor Baljit Khakh.
During the Winston C. Doby lecture, the co-founder of the United Farms Workers outlined a history of civil rights and encouraged the audience to keep fighting for justice.
UCLA School of Law panel spotlights the disparate impact of sexual harassment and assault on racial minorities, low-wage workers and immigrants.
Center for Neighborhood Knowledge report provides a snapshot of lingering inequality since the 1960s.
A new book co-authored by UCLA professor of urban planning Chris Tilly challenges the “myth of inevitability” for poor working conditions in America’s largest employment sector.
The UCLA design media arts professor talks about creating the eye-catching visuals for four new songs by the critically acclaimed group.
Since its founding, the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment has produced analytical research to shape public policy and public opinion on labor issues.
Q&A with UCLA professor Sarah Roberts, who has pioneered the study of the toll screening objectionable online content takes on the people who have to do it.
Finance professor Bhagwan Chowdhry says protectionist barriers won’t stop robots from taking U.S. jobs.
UCLA and neighborhood volunteers gathered at Horace Mann UCLA Community School in South Los Angeles for a spring cleaning on Saturday.
While California has been a winner in the free trade world market in terms of its agricultural exports, gains in technology and location on the Pacific rim in close proximity to Asia, manufacturing centers in the Midwest like Detroit have lost good-paying union jobs.
Four UCLA faculty members are part of the institute’s 2017 class.
UCLA’s Leah Boustan looks at how the influx of millions of black workers from the South reshaped labor markets and neighborhoods in the North and West.
The show marks 10 years of influential research from UCLA’s urban planning and architecture think tank.