Photos: Oscar Wilde, 1882 (credit: Napoleon Sarony, from a collection in the Clark Library). Merlin Holland, Wilde’s only grandson (credit: Ed White)

Gift to UCLA’s Clark Library establishes fellowship to support research on Oscar Wilde

By Margaret MacDonald

UCLA has received a generous gift…
October 18, 2021/by Kristina Hordzwick

Barbra Streisand to fund forward-looking institute at UCLA focused on solving societal challenges

“Building upon her decades of work as an artist and activist,…
October 18, 2021/by Chris Ibarra
Ph.D. candidate Joshua McGuffie studies the biological effects of radiation in the mid-20th century

Lessons from—and for—an Atomic America

Ph.D. candidate Joshua McGuffie studies the biological effects…
October 12, 2021/by Kristina Hordzwick
Photo of Urban oil drilling in Inglewood. Photo Credit: Ty Woodson/KLCS

UCLA environmental experts featured in PBS series about sustainability

Faculty and others play a major role in shaping stories of accountability…
October 12, 2021/by Kristina Hordzwick
Covid in heart muscle: Microscope images showing (left) healthy heart muscle cells and (right) heart muscle cells that have been infected and damaged by the SARS-CoV-2 virus (in green). Credit: UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center/JCI Insight

Life Sciences faculty part of UCLA team studying how COVID-19 causes multiple organ failure

Researchers from the Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regenerative…
October 12, 2021/by Kristina Hordzwick
“Zoot Suit” cast dancing at the Mark Taper Forum. Los Angeles Times Photographic Archive. Department of Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, UCLA.

Professor aims to put the history of Mexicans in Los Angeles at your fingertips

Marissa López’s app, ‘Picturing Mexican America,’ will…
October 12, 2021/by Kristina Hordzwick
Illustration of Maripau Paz, a first-generation college student, says AAP creates a welcoming environment. “During my freshman year, I was so scared,” she says. “But AAP made everything easy to understand, and soon I was able to manage the coursework on my own.”

To Go Far, Go Together: UCLA’s Academic Advancement Program

October 12, 2021/by Kristina Hordzwick
Assistant Professor Stephanie Correa and doctoral student Norma Sandoval are working together to advance science as well as equity at UCLA and beyond Photo

Assistant Professor Stephanie Correa and doctoral student Norma Sandoval are working together to advance science as well as equity at UCLA and beyond

Stronger Together
By Jonathan Riggs



Science is anything…
September 30, 2021/by Kristina Hordzwick
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DataX initiative aims to broaden UCLA expertise in data and data science

By Sean Brenner 




The collection, analysis and application…
September 30, 2021/by Kristina Hordzwick

UCLA internet studies and race scholar Safiya Noble awarded MacArthur Fellowship

Professor Safiya Noble, director of an interdisciplinary…
September 30, 2021/by Chris Ibarra
Picture of Anastassia Alexandrova

Chemist Anastassia Alexandrova receives Max Planck-Humboldt Medal

Anastassia Alexandrova, UCLA professor and vice chair of…
September 30, 2021/by Chris Ibarra
Picture of Richard Kaner

Richard Kaner wins award from American Chemical Society

 



Richard Kaner, the Dr. Myung Ki Hong Professor…
September 30, 2021/by Chris Ibarra