The director of a UCLA child care center was placed on an indefinite leave last week and replaced by an interim director.
Moises Roman, who was the director of the Krieger Center in the UCLA Early Care and Education program, will be replaced by Sue Ballentine, announced Brad Erickson, the executive director of Campus Service Enterprises.
A graduate student from China died in her Weyburn Terrace apartment on March 27.
Liu (Lisa) Yang, a third-year student in the Physics and Biology in Medicine graduate program, was found unresponsive Monday night after UCPD officers were asked to check on her, according to a statement from Victoria Sork, dean of the life sciences division, and Kelsey Martin, dean of the David Geffen School of Medicine.
Herb Alpert, a musician and philanthropist, will be awarded the university’s highest honor in June, UCLA officials announced Wednesday.
Chancellor Gene Block will present Alpert, who has donated to and supported UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music for years, with the UCLA Medal on June 16 at the school of music’s inaugural commencement ceremony.
This post was updated March 2 at 6:30 p.m.
A University of California, Irvine, professor and former dean who sexually harassed employees continued earning more than $200,000 a year after Title IX investigations found him responsible in 2014.
A UCLA Early Care and Education task force recommended that UCLA hire a new executive director for the center with strong communication skills, respect for colleagues and evidence of leadership skills.
Applications to be a candidate for the graduate student spring elections opened Friday.
Graduate students in good academic standing and on track to be enrolled for the next academic year can submit their applications to be a candidate for the Graduate Students Association until March 7 at 3 p.m.
The executive director of the UCLA Early Care and Education program will step down from her position in March, university officials announced in late January.
Jayanti Tambe will leave the center March 20 to pursue a doctoral degree in transformative social change, according to a letter sent by university officials to faculty and student parents.
Law students and UCLA community members stood together in a large circle with heads bowed and candles in hand Monday evening.
About 60 people participated in the healing space on the UCLA School of Law courtyard hosted by the Muslim Law Students Association.
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