Wednesday, October 18

A new online journal called the UCLA Anderson Review examines a wide range of issues examined and researched by the school of management faculty, students, alumni and business professionals. (Daily Bruin file photo)

School of management debuts UCLA Anderson Review to share faculty research

A new online journal on campus chronicles research on a wide range of business topics, including ways to encourage individuals to save for retirement and the benefits of corporate wellness programs. Read more...

Photo: A new online journal called the UCLA Anderson Review examines a wide range of issues examined and researched by the school of management faculty, students, alumni and business professionals. (Daily Bruin file photo)

A new online journal called the UCLA Anderson Review examines a wide range of issues examined and researched by the school of management faculty, students, alumni and business professionals. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA School of Law alumnus donated $1million to create a new trial advocacy program and create more opportunities for law students. (Courtesy UCLA Newsroom)

UCLA law school to create trial advocacy program with $1M donation

The UCLA School of Law is creating a new trial advocacy program following a $1 million donation from one of its alumni. A. Barry Cappello’s donation is funding the A. Read more...

Photo: UCLA School of Law alumnus donated $1million to create a new trial advocacy program and create more opportunities for law students. (Courtesy UCLA Newsroom)

UCLA School of Law alumnus donated $1million to create a new trial advocacy program and create more opportunities for law students. (Courtesy UCLA Newsroom)

Fall orientation sessions will offer workshops to incoming international students to assist them in their transition to UCLA. (Justin Ma/Daily Bruin)

Workshops offered to international students in September orientations

Incoming international students will now have access to orientation workshops to assist them in their transition to UCLA. The Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars and the International Student Leadership Coalition have collaborated to provide three workshop sessions for international students during summer New Student Orientations. Read more...

Photo: Fall orientation sessions will offer workshops to incoming international students to assist them in their transition to UCLA. (Justin Ma/Daily Bruin)

Fall orientation sessions will offer workshops to incoming international students to assist them in their transition to UCLA. (Justin Ma/Daily Bruin)

Asad Madni, a distinguished adjunct professor of electrical engineering, received an award for his career accomplishments.  (UCLA)

UCLA professor receives award for career in electrical engineering

A UCLA professor received an award for his career achievements in electrical engineering. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ honor society is recognizing Asad Madni, a distinguished adjunct professor of electrical engineering, with the Vladimir Karapetoff Outstanding Technical Achievement Award. Read more...

Photo: Asad Madni, a distinguished adjunct professor of electrical engineering, received an award for his career accomplishments. (UCLA)

Asad Madni, a distinguished adjunct professor of electrical engineering, received an award for his career accomplishments.  (UCLA)

The Hire UCLA Ambassadors, located on the second floor of the Career Center, has expanded its social media presence and conducted campus outreach events to better connect students to UCLA Career Center’s internship resources on campus. (Katherine Zhuo/Daily Bruin)

Hire UCLA Ambassadors working to make career resources more accessible

A team of students is working to inform UCLA students of internship opportunities. The UCLA Career Center created the Hire UCLA Ambassadors program in the spring to better provide students with access to internship opportunities as well as the skills necessary to get them. Read more...

Photo: The Hire UCLA Ambassadors, located on the second floor of the Career Center, has expanded its social media presence and conducted campus outreach events to better connect students to UCLA Career Center’s internship resources on campus. (Katherine Zhuo/Daily Bruin)

The Hire UCLA Ambassadors, located on the second floor of the Career Center, has expanded its social media presence and conducted campus outreach events to better connect students to UCLA Career Center’s internship resources on campus. (Katherine Zhuo/Daily Bruin)


The UCLA Community Programs Office created the boxed food program to address food insecurity on campus with funds from the Social Justice Referendum of 2016. (Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

Funds from Social Justice Referendum help fortify food closet program

The Community Programs Office Food Closet was able to expand its food options last year after receiving additional funds from a student fee referendum. The CPO used funding from the Social Justice Referendum of 2016 to create the boxed food program, which provides students with prepackaged food during the holiday season, to address food insecurity on campus. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA Community Programs Office created the boxed food program to address food insecurity on campus with funds from the Social Justice Referendum of 2016. (Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

The UCLA Community Programs Office created the boxed food program to address food insecurity on campus with funds from the Social Justice Referendum of 2016. (Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)


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