Inflation, rising interest rates and declining real wages are among the factors limiting growth, according to the latest UCLA Anderson Forecast.
A reinvented UCLA journal casts new light on an old world.
UCLA archaeologists Giorgio Buccellati and his wife, Marilyn, have traveled together on a 60-year journey that led them to the hidden treasures of a lost city in Syria.
Since 2017, the Pritzker Emerging Environmental Genius Award has honored those who are bringing bold ideas and energy in the fight to save the planet.
Forni comes to the Fowler after an accomplished tenure at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Canada.
$13 million from Arcadia will bolster the Modern Endangered Archives Program.
The Title VI awards will provide students with tuition assistance and living stipends, support teaching of languages, among other things.
Rethinking the frontiers of international criminal law, Kate Mackintosh is finding new ways to bring war criminals to justice.
The UCLA maritime archaeologist finds a new lens for exploring Black culture through the discovery of lost slave ships — and the secrets they carry.
With stories from across campus, we pay tribute to some of UCLA’s remarkable graduating students.
The Berggruen Governance Index, published by UCLA, assesses quality of democracy and quality of life measures in 134 nations.
Talking climate solutions with Institute of the Environment and Sustainability director Marilyn Raphael
Faculty and students are working on new ways to respond to a wide range of environmental problems.
The events, organized by UCLA’s Promise Armenian Institute and its campus partners, are free and open to the public.
UCLA brought together an international panel of experts to discuss the often-overlooked religious dimensions of the conflict.
The UCLA Luskin Center for History and Policy interviewed three historical observers to help provide important context and framing for the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The president of the Kyiv School of Economics joined a discussion live from Ukraine’s capital to share his perspectives about the Russian invasion.
Just as the economic impact of COVID-19 was waning, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine injected an additional layer of uncertainty into the forecast.
A faculty panel discussed the historical roots of the current fighting and what could come next.
The event revolves around the four exhibitions on view, which feature art from Africa and Australia.
Treisman is the co-author of the book “Spin Dictators: The Changing Face of Tyranny in the 21st Century.”
Housed within the Promise Armenian Institute at UCLA, the program will provide a home for scholarly activities relevant to the genocide.
A new study identifies a spike in China-based activity on Twitter and Wikipedia, two platforms long banned by Beijing.
Sonam Kachru, an assistant professor of religious studies at the University of Virginia, will discuss the many meanings of Buddhist philosophy in South Asian history.
In her new book, “The Good Kings,” UCLA’s Kara Cooney draws parallels between pharaohs and present-day authoritarians.
An international study co-led by UCLA’s Graeme Blair found that community policing did little to improve trust in law enforcement.