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The proposed state constitutional amendment would change UC Board of Regents members' term limits to four years instead of the 12 they currently serve. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)
The proposed state constitutional amendment would change UC Board of Regents members' term limits to four years instead of the 12 they currently serve. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

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The UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies released its first issue of Transfers Magazine last Wednesday to feature work from a group of eight universities.

Transfers magazine drives transportation research into accessible format

A new UCLA magazine that launched Wednesday features work from other universities to make transportation research more accessible to students, policymakers and the public. The UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies released its first issue of Transfers Magazine, which features research from the Pacific Southwest Region University Transportation Center, said Madeline Brozen, associate director of ITS and Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies at UCLA and editor in chief of Transfers Magazine. Read more...

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The UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies released its first issue of Transfers Magazine last Wednesday to feature work from a group of eight universities.

The UCLA School of Law accepts GRE scores for admission starting in 2019. (Daily Bruin file photo)
The UCLA School of Law accepts GRE scores for admission starting in 2019. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Professors and experts from various universities and companies gathered at the “Water in the Middle East and Africa: A Nexus of Cooperation and Conflict” event at the UCLA Faculty Center to discuss how climate change and water shortages are contributing to food insecurity. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

Panel discusses effects of water shortage in Middle East, Africa

Water scarcity is contributing to political tensions and volatile food prices in the Middle East and Africa, experts said at an event Monday. Professors and experts from various universities and companies gathered at the “Water in the Middle East and Africa: A Nexus of Cooperation and Conflict” event at the UCLA Faculty Center to discuss how climate change and water shortages are contributing to food insecurity. Read more...

Professors and experts from various universities and companies gathered at the “Water in the Middle East and Africa: A Nexus of Cooperation and Conflict” event at the UCLA Faculty Center to discuss how climate change and water shortages are contributing to food insecurity. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)