Laure Murat roils the #MeToo debate in France

In a recent book, Director of the UCLA Center for European…
July 15, 2019/by administrator

Professor’s latest book examines the history of cities

The only thing a person really needs to be an archaeologist…
July 10, 2019/by Jessica Wolf
4d graphic rendering of iron-platinum nanoparticle

Atomic motion is captured in 4D for the first time

Results of UCLA-led study contradict a long-held classical…
July 2, 2019/by UCLA Newsroom
Photo of baby laughing

Babies Know the Difference between the Laughter of Friends and Strangers

Five-month-olds may use chuckles to identify information about…
July 2, 2019/by administrator
Graduates in Pauley Pavilion

UCLA College Celebrates Centennial Graduates

 

Amid cheers and tears of happiness, the centennial…
July 1, 2019/by UCLA Newsroom
Andrea Ghez, Lauren B. Leichtman & Arthur E. Levine Chair in Astrophysics at UCLA, receiving an honorary doctorate from Oxford University on June 26, 2019. Ghez is with her sons.

UCLA astronomer receives honorary degree from Oxford

By Lisa Garibay



Andrea Ghez, distinguished professor of…
June 27, 2019/by administrator
Student researchers on the beach hold up water samples for the camera

Chancellor’s Award for Community-Engaged Research to develop courses that bring research to L.A. community organizations

Chancellor’s Award for Community-Engaged Research to develop…
June 19, 2019/by Robin Migdol
Photo of Haya Kaliounji

UCLA graduate helps victims of Syrian war ‘rise again’

Haya Kaliounji’s nonprofit provides wounded people in her…
June 12, 2019/by UCLA Newsroom
Bruin Space team members Chloe Liau, Andrew Evans, and Alexander Gonzalez holding their final flight model.

UCLA students touch space with a microgravity experiment

Magnetic pump built by Bruin Space launches on Blue Origin…
June 12, 2019/by UCLA Newsroom
Photo of Dr. Anna Lee Fisher

Dr. Anna Lee Fisher, first mother in space, to deliver 2019 UCLA College centennial commencement address

Chemist, physician, astronaut and UCLA alumna will speak…
June 12, 2019/by Melissa Abraham
Coretta Harris, left, chair of the 2019 Gold Shield Faculty Prize Committee; Paul Barber; and Karen Sears, ecology and evolutionary biology department chair, who nominated Barber for the award.

Marine scientist Paul Barber named 2019 Gold Shield Faculty Prize winner

 

In the very first day of his “Introduction to…
June 12, 2019/by administrator
Karida Brown and Robert Dallek

Two professors will be part of the Obama Presidency Oral History Project

Karida Brown, assistant professor of sociology, and Robert…
May 31, 2019/by administrator