The Office of the President today issued a new policy that prohibits sexual harassment and sexual violence, provides support for victims and outlines training for faculty, staff and students.
The former secretary of state offered her observations about the turmoil in Ukraine and advised UCLA students about how they can help reinvent the U.S. economy in the 21st century.
For the Academy Award-winning animated film, two UCLA mathematicians joined a team of Disney software engineers to develop an algorithm that would create simulations of how snow behaves under all kinds of conditions.
An outstanding student researcher, volunteer and athlete, Mericien Venzon epitomizes what UCLA undergrads can achieve at the highest level.
Questions about copyright? The updated UC Copyright website makes it easier than ever for UC faculty, students and staff to get general guidance on academic uses of copyrighted material and copyright ownership at UC.
Faculty and staff at the Burkle Center for International Affairs lent research assistance to a TV producer who created a contest that challenged young filmmakers to make a short documentary about issues central to the work of the United Nations. Burkle's aim is to better educate a larger audience about international issues. With video.
A panel of higher ed specialists discuss how to bring more underrepresented students to campuses in California and across the country and make them feel welcome. The public talk was sponsored by UCLA and Zocalo Public Square.
UCLA and three other top-tier West Coast universities are working together to increase the ranks of underrepresented minority Ph.D.s in engineering and targeted sciences going to work at the country's best research universities and national labs.