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UCLA professors elected to the National Academy of Sciences
James C. Liao, Glen MacDonald, and Jeff F. Miller have all been elected in recognition of their “distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.”
AAP Director Charles Alexander testifies to US Congress
UCLA associate vice provost for student diversity, speaks about the success of the Academic Advancement Program (AAP).
Lynn Vavreck wins Carnegie fellowship
Lynn Vavreck, a professor of political science and communication studies, is one of the 32 recipients of the new Andrew Carnegie Fellowship.
​Brenda Stevenson appointed a Fellow of the National Humanities Center
Brenda Stevenson, a professor of history, has been selected a Fellow of the National Humanities Center. During
"Dear White People" screening on April 29th
“Dear White People” will be presented at 7 p.m., April 29 at UCLA’s James Bridges Theater. Admission is free, but reservations are required.
Sriram Kosuri named 2015 Searle Scholar
Sriram Kosuri, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, selected as a 2015 Searle Scholar, which recognizes 15 exceptional young scientists.
Dean Frank D. Gilliam Jr. receives Upton Sinclair Award
Liberty Hill Foundation presents annual award, which recognizes people who demonstrate an active commitment to social justice, to Franklin D. Gilliam Jr., dean of the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs.
UCLA's Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender Center celebrates 20 years of advocacy!
Join the celebration on April 24 an 25th as the LGBTQ community at UCLA celebrates their 20th anniversary.
2014-2015 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Awards
Academic Senate and its Committee on Diversity and Equal Opportunity (CODEO) announce the recipients of the 2014-2015 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Awards
Lessons in Leadership Inaugural Conference:  Diversity in Leadership
Presented by the Leadership Development Program at UCLA Luskin, this conference will explore the leadership skills that will enable future leaders to improve society through programs that foster social change. Panel discussions include external challenges and how to break through a multi-colored glass ceiling, as well as learning from the trailblazers as they share their personal struggles and successes.