The adjunct professor’s recent work on Broadway was seen in “Anastasia” and “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.”
The scholar, whose new works explore the history of the Holocaust in North Africa, will speak on campus Jan. 31.
Data from the UCLA California Health Interview Survey also reveals the pandemic’s impact on social lives and personal relationships.
The television journalist will be in conversation with Rick Hasen, founder of the project and a renowned election law expert.
Here’s how to check out live musical performances and multidisciplinary collaborations taking place at Royce Hall, Freud Playhouse and The Theatre at Ace Hotel.
Schwartz’s new book, “Shielded: How the Police Became Untouchable,” illustrates how the legal system shields officers and prevents victims from receiving justice.
In memoriam: Robert Wayne, 66, pioneer of conservation genetics, protecting canids and other species
His research helped explain the evolution of dogs and showed that freeways are a barrier to bobcat and coyote migration.
A UCLA study finds that racial, age, language and technology barriers are keeping many from optimizing remote doctor visits.
The program has awarded nearly 1,400 degrees since its inception in 2007.
A study by UCLA physicists overcame the effects of Earth’s gravity, simulating conditions on other planets and stars.
In producing lissodendoric acid A, the team used a method they say may help accelerate the process of drug discovery.
Interested UCLA alumni learn about how to join state commissions and boards.
“Amir H. Fallah: The Fallacy of Borders,” which features more than 25 works from the UCLA alumnus, opens Jan 29.
UCLA scientists have discovered that minerals were being produced through reactions with water more than 4.5 billion years ago.
The study, by the Los Angeles Education Research Institute at UCLA, could help inform California education policy.
Hunter, who taught at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, showed students how to write a full-length screenplay in 10 weeks.
UCLA researchers say climate change could accelerate slightly if dust levels stop climbing.
This film clip combines footage of King speaking with audio discovered by people in the communications studies department.
A new UCLA study could help scientists better understand threats to birds — and their ability to adapt.
UCLA musicians, others to perform Dave Brubeck’s ‘The Gates of Justice’ on campus and in the community.
The work of ethnomusicologist Anna Morcom, director of the UCLA Center for India and South Asia, focuses on modern Indian and Tibetan performing arts.
A demonstration in the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach showed that non-academics can use the fast, inexpensive genetic test.
In 1992, with racially charged violence erupting across L.A., Bruins gave Angelenos a chance to talk.
A therapeutic sponge the size of a pencil eraser boosted tumor-fighting responses in mice and kept cancer from returning.
Law student Shea Pitts uses his sports stardom to inspire students in under-resourced communities.