The center will study the impacts of automated vehicles and new mobility technologies on the nation’s evolving transportation system.
A UCLA Dentistry–led team has received a $5 million federal grant to develop an effective, non-addictive synthetic cannabinoid.
The Labor Movement Fellows program will allow students and faculty to engage with labor leaders, organizers and researchers.
Shannon Speed, director of the UCLA American Indian Studies Center, was named UCLA’s inaugural Paula Gunn Allen Chair in Gender Studies.
Philbin has helped transform the Hammer into one of the city’s landmark institutions and a leading museum of contemporary art for the nation and the world.
Nine mini-documentaries highlight Los Angeles–based artists featured in the Hammer Museum at UCLA’s acclaimed biennial exhibition.
Promise Europe furthers the groundbreaking work of the Promise Institute for Human Rights, broadening the international platform for UCLA’s research, teaching and advocacy.
The digital platform provides comprehensive data on citizenship, health, education, employment and other topics, customizable for different Latino populations.
El nuevo Latino Data Hub de UCLA es un catalizador para el cambio en las comunidades latinas de los Estados Unidos
La plataforma digital incluye una amplia variedad de datos sobre ciudadanía, seguro de salud, educación, empleo y otras áreas temáticas, personalizadas por grupo de ascendencia latina.
A new research report from UCLA and other universities shows the impact of long-term sentencing in California’s women’s prisons.
Fairness has played as big a role in the evolution of species as dominance and hierarchy — but has been understudied.
The driving force behind UCLA’s Operation Mend, Katz, a longtime donor and volunteer, has “helped society rethink how we care for the most vulnerable.”
Students and their families joined campus leaders for food, music, dancing and the latest on UCLA’s progress toward becoming a Hispanic-Serving Institution.
UCLA’s new chair of Chicana/o and Central American studies sees universal lessons in highlighting the omissions and silences surrounding the history of the Americas.
A study by UCLA biologists shows a 99% population reduction in the 20th century, but genetic diversity remains high.
This year’s Latinx Welcome for students celebrated the campus’s progress toward becoming a Hispanic-Serving Institution.
Fueled by family members’ labor journeys, they’re working to improve economic and social injustices in L.A. and across the state.
UCLA received $692 million in new gifts and pledges from donors in all 50 U.S. states and 60 additional countries.
The academy cited Moreno as “one of most influential young Latino academic leaders in family medicine and health care.”
In-person and virtual events include a launch party, wheelchair basketball, pop-up library displays and informative Zoom sessions.
If also true for humans, targeted microbiome improvements might help promote fetal health during pregnancy.
Proceeds from the sale of real estate owned by the couple will benefit the life sciences division, the Anderson School of Management, UCLA Athletics and the Faculty Club.
With the Oct. 6 release of “The Exorcist: Believer,” UCLA doctoral student Arranne Rispoli looks at the intersection of exorcism and history.
As part of a panel discussion co-hosted by White House domestic policy advisor Neera Tanden and U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona
California’s economic growth will continue to outpace nation’s, according to the the latest quarterly analysis from the UCLA Anderson Forecast.