A trio of graduate students under the direction of UCLA professor Michael Stoll reported findings to a state task force.
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A restored version of ‘We’re Alive’ — made by 3 UCLA film students — premiered Jan. 28.
The scholar, whose new works explore the history of the Holocaust in North Africa, will speak on campus Jan. 31.
The television journalist will be in conversation with Rick Hasen, founder of the project and a renowned election law expert.
Schwartz’s new book, “Shielded: How the Police Became Untouchable,” illustrates how the legal system shields officers and prevents victims from receiving justice.
The study, by the Los Angeles Education Research Institute at UCLA, could help inform California education policy.
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 UCLA–MIT Press paper highlights a lack of data infrastructure and data strategy in U.S. higher education.
The first UC to guarantee on-campus housing for all undergraduates. Studying hate. NCAA championship in women’s soccer. “Sweater weather” on the moon. What a year.
A study by researchers from UCLA, USC and Los Angeles County, suggests that the likely cause is the vulnerability brought on by accelerated aging.
The goal is eventually to increase the Native student, faculty and staff populations while deepening UCLA’s commitment to research into Indigenous studies.
Q&A with Professor Kal Raustiala, whose new book illuminates the life and legacy of the only UCLA alumnus to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.
In each of the 29 states with abortion restrictions, Latinas are far more likely to be of childbearing age than non-Hispanic white women.
Potential action by the Federal Reserve will determine whether nation experiences a mild, short-lived recession in 2023, according to UCLA economists.
Researchers from UCLA and four other institutions analyzed two decades of data published by the National Science Foundation.
Renee Tajima-Peña, who will present her landmark 1987 documentary at the Academy Museum on Dec. 4, discusses her filmmaking and activism.
National survey of high school principals found that political conflict leads to declines in support for teaching about race, racism, and racial and ethnic diversity.
Kelly Lytle Hernández’s ‘Bad Mexicans’ comes at a time when L.A.’s politics reckon with racism.
Diplomats from Australia, Egypt, France, Mexico and Romania spoke during an International Education Week event.
UCLA staff members recommend works for education and entertainment to celebrate throughout November.
California legislators have invested $15 million in the Latina Futures, 2050 Lab and $1.5 million in the Hollywood Diversity Report.
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.
Shirlee Smith wants you to know about the Black community that used to live in the neighborhood: ‘We were there.’
A UCLA report examines demographic and socioeconomic changes among Latino groups from between 2000 and 2020.
Patricia Turner discusses her new book, “Trash Talk: Anti-Obama Lore and Race in the Twenty-First Century”