Thursday, June 27

Jamaal Muwwakkil, a UCLA alumnus and doctoral student at UC Santa Barbara, was nominated to be the student regent on the University of California Board of Regents for the 2020-2021 academic year. (Courtesy of Matt Perko)

Former Bruin nominated to be UC student regent-designate

A UCLA alumnus was nominated to be the student regent on the University of California Board of Regents for the 2020-2021 academic year, a UC press release announced Wednesday. Read more...

Photo: Jamaal Muwwakkil, a UCLA alumnus and doctoral student at UC Santa Barbara, was nominated to be the student regent on the University of California Board of Regents for the 2020-2021 academic year. (Courtesy of Matt Perko)

Jamaal Muwwakkil, a UCLA alumnus and doctoral student at UC Santa Barbara, was nominated to be the student regent on the University of California Board of Regents for the 2020-2021 academic year. (Courtesy of Matt Perko)

UCLA plans to slow down enrollment and increase the undergraduate population by only 1% over the next four years.The university hopes slowing enrollment increases will allow academic and housing resources to catch up with this increase in students. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA proposes lower enrollment rates to reduce overcrowding, promote graduation rates

UCLA plans to flatten enrollment rates over the next four years to address overcrowding and increase graduation rates. UCLA’s undergraduate population has grown by 20% in the last nine years, an increase of over 5,000 students, UCLA spokesperson Ricardo Vazquez said. Read more...

Photo: UCLA plans to slow down enrollment and increase the undergraduate population by only 1% over the next four years.The university hopes slowing enrollment increases will allow academic and housing resources to catch up with this increase in students. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA plans to slow down enrollment and increase the undergraduate population by only 1% over the next four years.The university hopes slowing enrollment increases will allow academic and housing resources to catch up with this increase in students. (Daily Bruin file photo)


UCLA opened the Immigrant Family Legal Clinic at six Robert F. Kennedy Community schools in Koreatown in January. The clinic offers free legal services to students and families in the community. (Courtesy of UCLA School of Law)

Legal clinic at public school campus aims to serve needs of immigrant community

UCLA and the Los Angeles Unified School District will offer legal representation and advice to undocumented individuals through a new immigration law clinic at public schools in Koreatown. Read more...

Photo: UCLA opened the Immigrant Family Legal Clinic at six Robert F. Kennedy Community schools in Koreatown in January. The clinic offers free legal services to students and families in the community. (Courtesy of UCLA School of Law)

UCLA opened the Immigrant Family Legal Clinic at six Robert F. Kennedy Community schools in Koreatown in January. The clinic offers free legal services to students and families in the community. (Courtesy of UCLA School of Law)

If passed, Senate Bill 568 would require some colleges and universities to partner with local homeless service agencies, facilitate access to available local housing resources and ensure homeless students are receiving all available financial aid. (Kitty Hu/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Senate bill proposes secure housing options, services to help homeless students

A California senate bill will provide housing options and services to help homeless students transition into stable housing if passed. Senate Bill 568 will create the College-Focused Rapid Rehousing Program, which will link California’s homeless college students to housing resources in their community. Read more...

Photo: If passed, Senate Bill 568 would require some colleges and universities to partner with local homeless service agencies, facilitate access to available local housing resources and ensure homeless students are receiving all available financial aid. (Kitty Hu/Daily Bruin senior staff)

If passed, Senate Bill 568 would require some colleges and universities to partner with local homeless service agencies, facilitate access to available local housing resources and ensure homeless students are receiving all available financial aid. (Kitty Hu/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA professor of engineering Asad Madni was honored with an achievement award named for him by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. The award was granted to Madni for his accomplishments and leadership experience. (Courtesy of Asad M. Madni)

UCLA professor honored with achievement award named after him

An international technical organization named a new achievement award after a UCLA engineering professor. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, a professional organization dedicated to advancing technology, named its top award after Asad Madni, an adjunct professor of electrical and computer engineering in the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering, a university press release announced Friday. Read more...

Photo: UCLA professor of engineering Asad Madni was honored with an achievement award named for him by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. The award was granted to Madni for his accomplishments and leadership experience. (Courtesy of Asad M. Madni)

UCLA professor of engineering Asad Madni was honored with an achievement award named for him by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. The award was granted to Madni for his accomplishments and leadership experience. (Courtesy of Asad M. Madni)

UCLA distinguished professor of history M. Norton Wise was honored with the highest honor from the History of Science Society on May 22nd. He received the Sarton Medal for his work on the history of physics. (Courtesy of Norton Wise)

UCLA professor awarded medal for editing, writing works on history of physics

A UCLA professor won the History of Science Society’s highest honor May 22. UCLA distinguished professor of history M. Norton Wise was awarded the Sarton Medal for his writings and editing on the history of physics, according to an HSS press release. Read more...

Photo: UCLA distinguished professor of history M. Norton Wise was honored with the highest honor from the History of Science Society on May 22nd. He received the Sarton Medal for his work on the history of physics. (Courtesy of Norton Wise)

UCLA distinguished professor of history M. Norton Wise was honored with the highest honor from the History of Science Society on May 22nd. He received the Sarton Medal for his work on the history of physics. (Courtesy of Norton Wise)


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