After College of Letters and Science faculty voted down a diversity requirement proposal in 2004, the question for some was, “What do we do now?”
Raymond Knapp, a musicology professor who had chaired the Academic Senate Undergraduate Council around that time, said he remembers having a hard conversation with former Undergraduate Students Association Council Academic Affairs Commissioner Sofia Kozak after the results came out.
This post was updated on May 1 at 9:41 p.m.
Bruins United candidates dominated this year’s undergraduate student government election, taking seven of nine contested positions, officials announced Friday night.
The Pediatric AIDS Coalition raised about $446,160 through this year’s Dance Marathon, a slight increase from last year’s fundraising total.
For the past five years, Dance Marathon participants have raised more than $400,000 each year, with the amounts peaking at $475,400 in 2013.
An external investigation found that women faculty at UCLA’s Alzheimer’s disease research center were discriminated against by men in the center and were treated in an unprofessional and demeaning way, according to a letter obtained by the Los Angeles Times.
This post was updated on April 9 at 8:48 p.m.
Federal investigators are looking into discussions between UCLA and a former California Public Utilities Commission president about millions in commission funding going to a potential university “energy data center,” according to the Los Angeles Times.
SAN FRANCISCO — The University of California Board of Regents heard about challenges that the University’s medical centers face and discussed the results of its audit at the first day of its meeting Tuesday.
An 18-year-old hospital patient at UCLA is suing a health care device maker over alleged negligence and fraud after its medical scopes were tied to UCLA’s superbug outbreak, according to the Los Angeles Times.
This article was updated at 1:25 a.m. on Feb 25.
Chancellor Gene Block sent a campuswide email Tuesday criticizing the recent posting of offensive fliers about Students for Justice in Palestine and the questioning of a student’s qualifications based on her Jewish identity.
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