Thursday, December 12

Daniel Oppenheimer, a tenured professor of psychology at Princeton University, will be leaving New Jersey to return to his hometown of Los Angeles to teach at UCLA. Photo courtesy of Daniel Oppenheimer.
Daniel Oppenheimer, a tenured professor of psychology at Princeton University, will be leaving New Jersey to return to his hometown of Los Angeles to teach at UCLA. Photo courtesy of Daniel Oppenheimer.

Second-year chemical engineering student Serena Shanbhag (left) and fourth-year mechanical engineering student Alex Baker (right) teach elementary school students at Aspire Firestone Academy in south Los Angeles how to program robots made from LEGOs through UCLA student group BEAM.
Second-year chemical engineering student Serena Shanbhag (left) and fourth-year mechanical engineering student Alex Baker (right) teach elementary school students at Aspire Firestone Academy in south Los Angeles how to program robots made from LEGOs through UCLA student group BEAM.

Michael Fleming is executive director for the David Bohnett Foundation and has taught in the UCLA LGBT studies program since 2003.
Michael Fleming is executive director for the David Bohnett Foundation and has taught in the UCLA LGBT studies program since 2003.


Second-year psychology student Brenton Allen started the UCLA chapter of the Soles4Souls organization that collects shoes and gives them to children in need.
Second-year psychology student Brenton Allen started the UCLA chapter of the Soles4Souls organization that collects shoes and gives them to children in need.

UCLA student Spencer Handley (right) and his friend Austin Peck (left) are co-founders of Fill and Build. Jacklyn Yen (middle) is a volunteer for the group.
UCLA student Spencer Handley (right) and his friend Austin Peck (left) are co-founders of Fill and Build. Jacklyn Yen (middle) is a volunteer for the group.



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