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Graduates wearing caps and gowns at the 2-18 American Indian Studies graduation ceremony at UCLA.

To enhance Indigenous scholarship, UCLA formally establishes American Indian studies department

The goal is eventually to increase the Native student, faculty and staff populations Jonathan Riggs | December 15, 2022 As they look ahead to the end of their senior years, […]

Morris Herbert, professor emeritus of law and philosophy at UCLA.

In memoriam: Herbert Morris, 94, landmark figure in law and philosophy

UCLA Law | December 16, 2022 Professor emeritus Herbert Morris, a globally renowned scholar and teacher of law and philosophy and a foundational member of UCLA School of Law’s faculty, […]

Picture of a hand gently holding a baby’s fingers.

New UCLA center promotes reproductive science and sexual health

Holly Ober | January 30, 2023 A new center at UCLA will bring together students, scientists, educators and physicians across a wide range of disciplines to support research and education […]

Making a difference through the power of storytelling

UCLA undergraduate student Arushi Avachat on writing and publishing her first novel Lucy Berbeo | December 16, 2022 Now in her third year as an English and political science student […]

Miguel García-Garibay in the Royce Hall portico

Leading the College: A conversation with new senior dean Miguel García-Garibay

By Jonathan Riggs A UCLA chemistry and biochemistry faculty member since 1992 and dean of physical sciences since 2016, Miguel García-Garibay celebrated another milestone last November when he was named […]

Recent UCLA grad helped Wikipedia set the record straight on ‘Rain Man’ and autism

Lucy Berbeo | December 21, 2022 The 1988 film “Rain Man” won four Academy Awards, earned millions at the box office and moved audiences with its depiction of a central […]

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