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UCLA faculty voice: California universities launch experiment to go carbon-neutral ‘at scale’

What does it look like when a university decides to walk the walk as well as talk the talk on climate change? The University of California system — which encompasses 10 university campuses and two national scientific research laboratories — is about to find out.

Kelly Lytle Hernandez wins American Historical Association award

Associate professor of history Kelly Lytle Hernandez has won the 2015 Louis Knott Koontz Memorial Award from the Pacific coast branch of the American Historical Association. The award recognizes the most deserving contribution to the Pacific Historical Review, a publication of the University of California Press.

Scientists grow organic semiconductor crystals vertically for first time

Our smartphones, tablets, computers and biosensors all have improved because of the rapidly increasing efficiency of semiconductors.

UCLA Academic Senate approves diversity-related course requirement

The Legislative Assembly of the UCLA Academic Senate has given final approval to a proposal requiring all UCLA College undergraduates to complete a course focused on diversity.

UCLA College faculty approves diversity requirement

Faculty of the UCLA College have approved a proposal requiring all College undergraduates to complete a course focused on diversity.