Students and faculty in the financial actuarial mathematics major have expressed anger and confusion over the Department of Mathematics’ decision to not rehire any of the eight lecturers in the program.
A new branch of environmental science is taking flight as UCLA researchers apply genomic technology to study migratory birds.
The Bird Genoscape Project, based at UCLA’s Center for Tropical Research, will analyze the migratory behavior of up to 100 songbird species using a combination of population genomics and environmental data, said Thomas Smith, the center’s founding director.
Some parents of students at the UCLA Lab School said they are frustrated over the UCLA administration’s decision to put the school’s principal on indefinite leave without prior notice.
UCLA engineers are researching ways the United States military can use cyber physical systems, an advanced technology that could one day be deployed overseas for safer, robot-assisted operations on the battlefield.
A center that will provide research-based support to improve school systems in Los Angeles and across the country launched at UCLA last week.
The UCLA Center for the Transformation of Schools hosted a community forum on public education for local high schoolers Nov.
This post was updated July 28, 2020 at 4:17 p.m.
The University of California counseling psychologists are calling for wage increases, claiming low pay drives many of them to leave their positions and the students who depend on their services.
This post was updated June 29 at 1:25 a.m.
It’s noon in the schoolyard, and laughing children swarm wooden play sets and build tunnels from plastic waffles that fit together like blocks.
UCLA researchers publish a study in JAMA Pediatrics about the transfer of beneficial bacteria through breastmilk in 107 mother-infant pairs. Gut bacteria in the intestinal tract help digest food and condition the immune system for bacterial exposure.
Midway through his newly published book, Neil Garg poses a serious scientific question to his reader.
“What’s a chemical in coffee that adults like so much?”
The question is scrawled in chunky cartoon letters inside the children’s coloring book he created.
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