A new report predicts growing numbers of apprehensive Latino immigrant parents in California will disenroll kids from public health programs.
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Dean Eileen Strempel and alumnus Stephen Handel share insights on how to best serve neo-traditional students.
UCLA sociologist Patrick Heuveline reports on the dramatic impact in the U.S. and other nations.
The report found “meaningful progress” over past decade, but noted that child labor violations and other abuses persist.
A proud Northern Cheyenne Indian and Chicana sociologist, she says building community with and encouraging others is fundamental to her scholarship.
Ramón is the co-founder and co-author of the annual Hollywood Diversity Report, first record of the industry’s progress around gender and racial diversity.
The Center for Neighborhood Knowledge’s Movement Hub amplifies on-the-ground activism and organizing.
Dr. Elizabeth Barnert’s research into El Salvador’s “disappeared” children points to a role for genetics in reunification.
Abigail Saguy has long been committed to understanding and articulating how our culture frames identity, and human vulnerabilities.
A UCLA report analyzes the potential economic impact of granting citizenship to immigrants who are already in the U.S. labor force.
UCLA-led study examined conditions faced by construction and domestic workers in six countries.
GPS data reveal how gender roles and ecology influence men’s and women’s movement through the landscape in which they live.
Seven faculty members share their analyses of what the president has accomplished and look ahead at the challenges to come.
The messages kids glean from TV can influence their attitudes and behaviors as they grow into their teenage years and beyond, UCLA psychologists say.
As UCLA’s vice provost for international studies and global engagement, Fan guides how UCLA embodies its important role as a global citizen.
New York Times reporter Megan Twohey, whose reporting helped spark the #MeToo movement, delivered the latest UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Lecture.
Mass COVID-19 vaccinations will help boost the U.S. and local economies and usher in a new post-pandemic norm, economists predict.
Black men face near-daily discrimination despite financial and educational success. “It takes a toll on your physical and mental health,” researchers say.
The UCLA report is a call to action for policymakers amid the continuing economic recovery plans.
Many low-income immigrant adults in California avoid public assistance programs for fear of jeopardizing their immigration status, UCLA researchers say.
Simply targeting influencers and opinion makers isn’t always the best way to get your message across — advertising is key, says professor Gabriel Rossman.
The money will support programs and research on the impact of COVID-19 among Asian American and Pacific Islander communities, including new research into hate incidents.
UCLA Center for Health Policy Research scholars discuss how the Biden administration can use research to improve immigrant health.
Professors Maite Zubiaurre and Kristy Guevara-Flanagan hope their film about searching for those lost in the desert will change immigration policy.
UCLA’s Terry Kramer says that promoting innovation while protecting consumers will require avoiding oversimplified, absolutist positions.