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Become a citizen scientist and help preserve California’s biodiversity

Would you like to become a volunteer citizen scientist helping…
January 25, 2017/by Alyssa Bierce

New Master of Social Science program to offer interdisciplinary, hands-on training

It doesn't take a rocket scientist to send a NASA mission to…
January 12, 2017/by Alyssa Bierce

UCLA acquires major collection of Sephardic Jewish past

The UCLA Sephardic Archive has acquired one of the most significant…
January 10, 2017/by Margaret MacDonald

Where Are They Now: Cailin Crockett

Cailin Crockett ’10 made history as one of UCLA’s first Astin…
January 9, 2017/by Margaret MacDonald

UCLA mathematicians bring ocean to life for Disney’s ‘Moana’

UCLA mathematics professor Joseph Teran, a Walt Disney consultant…
January 3, 2017/by Alyssa Bierce

UCLA faculty voice: Putin is Trump’s most dangerous best friend

In the 1962 political thriller “The Manchurian Candidate,”…
December 27, 2016/by Alyssa Bierce

Uri McMillan honored for his book on black feminist art and performance

The Modern Language Association of America recently announced…
December 23, 2016/by Alyssa Bierce

Chilling climate revelations from the last ice age

About 14,000 years ago, the southwest United States was lush…
December 20, 2016/by Alyssa Bierce

UCLA faculty voice: The One-China policy benefits China, Taiwan and the United States

Although Trump’s questioning the “One China” policy may…
December 19, 2016/by Alyssa Bierce

Infants show apparent awareness of ethnic differences, UCLA psychologists report

Infants less than a year old, who have yet to learn language,…
December 14, 2016/by Alyssa Bierce

UCLA astronomers watch star clusters spewing out dust

Galaxies are often thought of as sparkling with stars, but they…
December 6, 2016/by Alyssa Bierce

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar gets Medal of Freedom at White House

UCLA graduate and iconic basketball player Kareem Abdul-Jabbar…
November 29, 2016/by Alyssa Bierce