Six faculty members and researchers are conducting projects from Botswana to Japan, expanding and deepening the university’s global engagement.
In a new book, the law professor and voting rights expert argues for a constitutional amendment affirming the right to vote.
Eminent policymakers and scholars from across the country came together to explore law and policy challenges through a Latina lens.
The report is aimed at ensuring access to the ballot for all eligible voters and enhancing the public’s confidence in the fairness of the election.
UCLA psychologists suggest that by 25, one’s mode of evaluating the truthfulness of information is pretty much set.
Beydoun, who has written several books on Islamophobia, cites UCLA Law’s Critical Race Studies program as pivotal in his development as an academic.
8th annual survey of L.A. residents shows second-lowest satisfaction ever with county’s quality of life
Despite a slight overall uptick, dissatisfaction remains high due to inflation, homelessness and the COVID-19 pandemic.
New UCLA-led findings could help officials tailor health and safety policies to appeal to populations with a variety of social views.
Diplomats from Australia, Egypt, France, Mexico and Romania spoke during an International Education Week event.
The California Freedom Summer united University of California campuses, community colleges and community groups to register or pre-register more than 5,000 new voters.
Patricia Turner discusses her new book, “Trash Talk: Anti-Obama Lore and Race in the Twenty-First Century”
Tejas Parasher, a comparative political theorist who joined the faculty this fall, teaches students how to question established paradigms.
Scholars agree that, even with ample evidence, prosecution could be extremely challenging at best.
Lynn Vavreck and Chris Tausanovitch discuss their new book, “The Bitter End: The 2020 Presidential Campaign and the Challenge to American Democracy.”
Liberals and conservatives can have positive experiences when they talk politics over the video conferencing platform, a UCLA study shows.
Support for Democrats remains strong among Latinos, but swing voters could prove the difference in some contests, UCLA report shows.
California and Los Angeles will play a critical role in ensuring reproductive rights, panelists said.
Two national surveys that spanned demographic groups showed opposition to complete abortion bans.
The Berggruen Governance Index, published by UCLA, assesses quality of democracy and quality of life measures in 134 nations.
The expert on Russia’s current project focuses on understanding how today’s threats to democracies emerged.
In a discussion moderated by UCLA’s Jim Newton, the two leaders express differing perspectives on a range of California issues.
In year 7 of UCLA survey, L.A. residents express lowest-ever satisfaction with county’s quality of life
Scores declined in each of the nine categories covered by the annual report.
The new UC-funded Mark Q. Sawyer Summer Institute will bring young Howard scholars to UCLA for an immersive six-week research experience.
Panelists weighed in on the prospects for U.S. Rep. Karen Bass, City Councilman Kevin de León and the other candidates.
The words of Nigerian religious leaders can have a positive impact on reintegration and reconciliation, a study by UCLA researchers and colleagues shows.