Stern, who will succeed longtime dean David Schaberg on Nov. 1, spoke with us about this new chapter for her and the division.
Valenzuela spoke about his plans for the division, the importance of public engagement and how his early job at a carwash instilled a work ethic that still drives him.
UCLA Transportation encourages Bruins to rethink their rides during sustainable transportation month
Bicycling, carpooling and using public transportation advance the campus’s sustainability goals.
He has spent 20 years in the college bookstore industry at Cal State Fullerton, Cal State Long Beach and most recently, UC San Diego.
The longtime campus leader shares his thoughts about becoming executive vice chancellor and provost, the second-highest ranking officer on campus.
As thousands of students return to Westwood, campus comes alive with new buildings and hundreds of activities.
Campus fulfills its “4:2 guarantee” — four years of UCLA housing to any first-year student, or two years for any transfer.
The gift is the latest from the esteemed scholars, whose philanthropy has supported programs and initiatives across campus for decades.
Renovations include a new roof, landscaping, new paint, and two new accessible restrooms. The club will be open for all services starting Sept. 22.
Epicuria, located on the first floor in the space previously occupied by Wolfgang Puck Express, opened earlier this month.
The guidelines create a sustainable approach to an issue that has taken on growing importance to the community.
UCLA lit up one of its iconic buildings to celebrate LGBTQ Bruins.
From May 17 to 19, UCLA Transportation will sponsor on-campus activities designed to promote biking as a sustainable commuting option.
The latest State of the Commute report found that UCLA had its lowest-ever rate of commutes by solo drivers last year.
The plan includes initiatives focused on transportation, energy, water and food systems.
Renowned artist and professor Judith Baca created the nearly 80-foot artwork, which is on the north-facing wall of Ackerman Union.
The Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center also received a perfect score and the designation of “LGBTQ+ Healthcare Equality Leader.”
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.
The celebration of the longtime professor’s newest work will be held on the Wescom Student Terrace at Ackerman Union.
The goal is to divert 90% of the university’s waste from landfills.
This location would promote fair access to UCLA for as many people as possible.
Student artist Maia Hadaway created a cafeteria-like scene of generations of important Black Bruins and civil rights leaders for the center.
The UCLA Office of Media Relations and most other units across campus will be closed or will operate with significantly reduced hours.
Professors continued helping us better understand our world with their research, students kept excelling and UCLA showed how it helps make Los Angeles a world-class city.
On Dec. 11, UCLA is holding a hiring fair to try to fill more than 200 full-time positions.