Friday, April 19


Devon Carbado is the associate vice chancellor of BruinX. He said he came up with the idea to hold mock-graduate classes at an event called "BruiNext: Pathways and Possibilities" last year. (Courtesy of UCLA Newsroom)

BruinX provides programs for promoting diversity and equity on campus

A unit within the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion aims to increase its engagement with undergraduate students through mock graduate-level classes. Devon Carbado, associate vice chancellor of BruinX, said he came up with the idea to hold mock graduate classes at an event called “BruiNext: Pathways and Possibilities” last year. Read more...

Photo: Devon Carbado is the associate vice chancellor of BruinX. He said he came up with the idea to hold mock-graduate classes at an event called "BruiNext: Pathways and Possibilities" last year. (Courtesy of UCLA Newsroom)

Devon Carbado is the associate vice chancellor of BruinX. He said he came up with the idea to hold mock-graduate classes at an event called "BruiNext: Pathways and Possibilities" last year. (Courtesy of UCLA Newsroom)


Melissa Reider-Demer, a nurse in the neurology department of the UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center, received the national Nurse of the Year award in November from Press Ganey. (Courtesy of Press Ganey)

UCLA medical center nurse receives national award for exceptional patient care

Melissa Reider-Demer would frequently check on her patients even when she was not on shift. Heidi Eddy-Dorn, the mother of one of Reider-Demer’s patients, said she was impressed by Reider-Demer’s ability to be so empathetic while also being clinical and professional. Read more...

Photo: Melissa Reider-Demer, a nurse in the neurology department of the UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center, received the national Nurse of the Year award in November from Press Ganey. (Courtesy of Press Ganey)

Melissa Reider-Demer, a nurse in the neurology department of the UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center, received the national Nurse of the Year award in November from Press Ganey. (Courtesy of Press Ganey)

Derek Lee, a UCLA graduate student, had to take a leap of faith when he decided to get a cochlear implant due to profound hearing loss caused by his childhood cancer. Lee will be awarded the Cochlear Americas Graeme Clark Scholarship this week. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Cochlear Americas awards UCLA graduate student annual Graeme Clark Scholarship

At 18 months old, Derek Lee was diagnosed with cancer. Six months of chemotherapy and radiation treatments saved his life, but left him with profound hearing loss that led him to get a cochlear implant. Read more...

Photo: Derek Lee, a UCLA graduate student, had to take a leap of faith when he decided to get a cochlear implant due to profound hearing loss caused by his childhood cancer. Lee will be awarded the Cochlear Americas Graeme Clark Scholarship this week. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Derek Lee, a UCLA graduate student, had to take a leap of faith when he decided to get a cochlear implant due to profound hearing loss caused by his childhood cancer. Lee will be awarded the Cochlear Americas Graeme Clark Scholarship this week. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Gyanam Mahajan, an Asian languages and cultures professor, has been teaching a Hindi-Urdu language class at UCLA for over a decade. She said she hopes teaching both Hindi and Urdu as one language in her lectures can help students reconcile their differing views regarding controversial South Asian geopolitics. (Courtesy of Gyanam Manajan)

Class aims to bridge political divide between Hindi and Urdu languages

A UCLA professor aims to bridge the political and cultural divides between students of Indian and Pakistani heritage by bringing them together in a Hindi-Urdu language class. Read more...

Photo: Gyanam Mahajan, an Asian languages and cultures professor, has been teaching a Hindi-Urdu language class at UCLA for over a decade. She said she hopes teaching both Hindi and Urdu as one language in her lectures can help students reconcile their differing views regarding controversial South Asian geopolitics. (Courtesy of Gyanam Manajan)

Gyanam Mahajan, an Asian languages and cultures professor, has been teaching a Hindi-Urdu language class at UCLA for over a decade. She said she hopes teaching both Hindi and Urdu as one language in her lectures can help students reconcile their differing views regarding controversial South Asian geopolitics. (Courtesy of Gyanam Manajan)



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