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How Los Angeles became the capital of incarceration

For the last several years, UCLA history professor Kelly Lytle…
May 19, 2017/by Alyssa Bierce

UCLA hosts its biggest early education literacy fair

400 children and their families head to campus to celebrate literacy

Every…
May 15, 2017/by Rayna Jackson

Two professors named 2017 American Academy of Arts and Sciences fellows

UCLA College faculty members Judith Carney and Stephanie Jamison…
May 3, 2017/by Alyssa Bierce

UCLA math professor keeps company with Einstein, Darwin, da Vinci in National Geographic ‘Genius’ issue

“What makes a genius?” National Geographic asks on the cover…
April 28, 2017/by Alyssa Bierce

New Summer Institute Explores Los Angeles Through the Lens of Technology and Social Justice

Developed by UCLA’s Urban Humanities Initiative (UHI), this…
April 25, 2017/by Alyssa Bierce

UCLA Medalist John Lewis: ‘I found a way to get in the way’

U.S. Rep. John Lewis, a living icon of the civil rights movement,…
April 24, 2017/by Alyssa Bierce

A spirited welcome and invitation for thousands at Bruin Day 2017

UCLA pulled out all the stops for the nearly 17,000 potential…
April 18, 2017/by Alyssa Bierce

Anita Ortega to deliver UCLA College commencement address

Anita Ortega, a former UCLA basketball star and the first African-American…
April 3, 2017/by Alyssa Bierce

In memoriam: Professor Mark Sawyer, a champion for access and diversity

UCLA faculty, students and staff in the Division of Social Sciences…
March 30, 2017/by Alyssa Bierce

Religious by nature: Scholar examines morality, mortality and human nature

Carol Bakhos is a professor of late antique Judaism and Jewish…
March 23, 2017/by Alyssa Bierce

Politics of place still exerts powerful influence in voting booth

John Agnew, UCLA distinguished professor of geography, has spent…
March 8, 2017/by Alyssa Bierce

UCLA faculty voice: Oroville Dam shows urgent need for climate adaptation

The crisis at Oroville Dam should be a wake-up call to those…
March 1, 2017/by Alyssa Bierce