UCLA Anderson Forecast economists say Fed policy could still trigger a brief recession later this year.
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Level of support for gender-neutral option on state IDs affected by political orientation, social context
UCLA sociologist Abigail Saguy found that LGBTQ+ and feminist activists support adding an “X” option on identification cards.
Is a college education still worth it? The chancellor and other panelists explored the question, as well as economic mobility and university rankings.
The two-year grants are meant to further scientific understanding of cannabis and inform efforts to shape public policy.
The musical tribute to Chiune Sugihara on May 18 is the second in the groundbreaking “Music and Justice” series.
Beydoun, who has written several books on Islamophobia, cites UCLA Law’s Critical Race Studies program as pivotal in his development as an academic.
This year marks the centennial of UCLA’s first African American sorority and fraternity; plaque dedication ceremonies will begin April 24.
For over 20 years, the institute that bears his name has been at the forefront of research on issues involving LGBTQ people.
Researchers found that Afro-Latinos face worse outcomes in income, homeownership and other areas than non-Black Latinos.
The new effort will train graduate students to repatriate objects that may have been obtained illegally or unethically.
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.
Even by Thanksgiving, the rates at which Black students are sent to the principal’s office, suspended or expelled are far higher than their white counterparts.
The historian and author discusses her ongoing research and her new book, “What Sorrows Labour in My Parent’s Breast?”
The report’s authors write that such programs are “potentially the best vehicle to transform who accesses and succeeds in California’s higher education and labor market.”
More than 240 of them have been adopted, according to a new UCLA Law report.
Drawing from 18 years of data, the research points to increased safety overall, even as mass shootings have continued.
The latest UCLA Anderson Forecast finds that the relative strength of state’s economy is due in part to a healthy construction sector.
High-profile hearings will accompany March 2–11 events connecting U.S. social justice movements with struggles across the Americas.
TRACtion — for Transformative Research and Collaboration — will begin with a two-year endeavor called Transforming Transportation in Los Angeles.
UCLA social demographer Anne Pebley discusses her findings, including which sociodemographic traits tend to predict who gets deported.
The Feb. 28 and March 1 events are part of a national tour exploring the opinions of young people on the future of America.
The Behind Bars Data Project’s database improves on discontinued efforts by the federal government to report this information.
The finding is significant because some residents who are most likely to use public transit will face the highest risks for death from heat-related causes.
Professor Kevan Harris will present his demographic findings at the Feb. 16–17 Iranian Diaspora in Global Perspective conference at UCLA.
Fifty years ago today, the celebrated author joined students in Royce Hall to talk about his work and his relationship with the slain Black activist.