There’s been a lot of noise about campus politics the last few days, perhaps to compensate for the thundering silence from voters last week.
Voter turnout in this year’s Undergraduate Students Association Council election was a whimpering 26.5 percent, the lowest it’s been in the past 10 years.
For 14 Nobel laureates, three Pulitzer Prize winners and a Fields Medalist, UCLA is home. For 2,000 nontenured faculty, however, it’s merely temporary housing.
The number of nontenure academic faculty at UCLA, including adjunct faculty, lecturers, clinical professors and in-residence faculty, has increased by 46 percent since 2009, according to UCLA Academic Planning and Budget.
Campus protests, executive actions, Steve Harvey. Why are these things happening? What will happen next?
Much of the anxiety surrounding the recent election and President Donald Trump’s executive actions has been marked by unprecedented online staging.
UCLA faculty and students will update the County of Los Angeles’ sustainability grade based on its air quality and use of sustainable energy.
The report card is a project led by the Sustainable LA Grand Challenge, a research initiative out of the UCLA Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, which aims to make Los Angeles County environmentally sustainable by 2050.
Researchers often seek to gather empirical data to make objective conclusions about their research. But pure scientific objectivity may actually lead to biased results, according to one researcher.
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