Tuesday, March 19

Third-year economics student Isaac Rose is currently working with MasterCard to inform students about successful financial management as part of the Are You Credit Wise? campaign.

Program to teach about credit

Isaac Rose first discovered an interest in finance through reading newspapers as a child. Read more...

Photo: Third-year economics student Isaac Rose is currently working with MasterCard to inform students about successful financial management as part of the Are You Credit Wise? campaign.

Third-year economics student Isaac Rose is currently working with MasterCard to inform students about successful financial management as part of the Are You Credit Wise? campaign.

UCLA alumni Salvador Ceja and Sergio Marquez, who graduated in spring 2009 with degrees in architecture, recently won $5,000 for designing a toddler-safe swimming pool.

UCLA architecture alumni win pool design contest

UCLA alumni Salvador Ceja and Sergio Marquez were looking for ways to pay off their student loans when they stumbled across a contest. Read more...

Photo: UCLA alumni Salvador Ceja and Sergio Marquez, who graduated in spring 2009 with degrees in architecture, recently won $5,000 for designing a toddler-safe swimming pool.

UCLA alumni Salvador Ceja and Sergio Marquez, who graduated in spring 2009 with degrees in architecture, recently won $5,000 for designing a toddler-safe swimming pool.




Pierre Mays, a second-year international development studies student, heads to Africa in the fall to study at the University of Ghana.

Leave L.A. and learn abroad

UCLA students may choose to swap L.A. smog and a Westwood backdrop for a rural village in Ghana or perhaps the historic streets of Rome. Read more...

Photo: Pierre Mays, a second-year international development studies student, heads to Africa in the fall to study at the University of Ghana.

Pierre Mays, a second-year international development studies student, heads to Africa in the fall to study at the University of Ghana.

Business students win award for project

The winners of the Applied Management Research Program, a hands-on field research project where student teams act as consultants to different companies, were presented with an award last night at the Anderson School of Management. Read more...