Wednesday, November 13

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GSA forum to present charges against President Milan Chatterjee

The graduate student government will present charges against its president at a meeting Wednesday evening. If the charges come to a vote and two-thirds of all seated delegates vote to impeach, the UCLA Graduate Students Association President Milan Chatterjee will be removed from office. Read more...

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Scientists are using fungi to determine which forests are more likely to adapt to climate change.(Courtesy of Josh Fisher)

UCLA, NASA researchers use fungi, satellites to predict climate change

UCLA and NASA researchers can use satellite images to predict how climate change may affect forest habitats. Scientists can use fungi to predict where forests are more or less likely to adapt to and survive a warming climate, said Joshua Fisher, lead UCLA researcher. Read more...

Photo: Scientists are using fungi to determine which forests are more likely to adapt to climate change.(Courtesy of Josh Fisher)

Scientists are using fungi to determine which forests are more likely to adapt to climate change.(Courtesy of Josh Fisher)



David Clark, the assistant dean of student affairs at the Fielding School of Public Health, will retire after eight years of helping students in graduate school at UCLA. (Kristen Payne/Daily Bruin)

School of Public Health dean retires after nearly a decade of service

The assistant dean of student affairs at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health will retire after eight years of helping students navigate graduate school. David Clark said he is proud the number of students enrolled at the School of Public Health has doubled during his tenure. Read more...

Photo: David Clark, the assistant dean of student affairs at the Fielding School of Public Health, will retire after eight years of helping students in graduate school at UCLA. (Kristen Payne/Daily Bruin)

David Clark, the assistant dean of student affairs at the Fielding School of Public Health, will retire after eight years of helping students in graduate school at UCLA. (Kristen Payne/Daily Bruin)


Francis Steen, alongside several other UCLA statistics and communication studies professors, are using the UCLA Library Broadcast NewsScape video archive to analyze social and political news clips. (Rocio Flores Huaringa/Daily Bruin)

UCLA researchers use NewsScape archive to analyze human communication

A CNN anchor gestured with her right hand, moving it away from the center of her body to the left, as she gave updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention during an Ebola crisis in 2014. Read more...

Photo: Francis Steen, alongside several other UCLA statistics and communication studies professors, are using the UCLA Library Broadcast NewsScape video archive to analyze social and political news clips. (Rocio Flores Huaringa/Daily Bruin)

Francis Steen, alongside several other UCLA statistics and communication studies professors, are using the UCLA Library Broadcast NewsScape video archive to analyze social and political news clips. (Rocio Flores Huaringa/Daily Bruin)