In 2022, more United States utility patents were granted to the UC than any other higher education institution in the world, according to a ranking by the National Academy of Inventors.
UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance appointed Edgar Miramontes as its executive and artistic director Thursday. He will start the role in August.
Miramontes, a 2002 UCLA alumnus who has worked in the arts for more than 18 years, currently serves as the deputy executive director and curator at the Roy and Edna Disney CalArts Theater – which is the California Institute of the Art’s downtown performance center – according to the press release announcing his appointment.
UCLA awarded the Daily Bruin Alumni Network with its Network of the Year award at the UCLA Awards on May 13.
The Network of the Year award goes to the UCLA alumni group that has made outstanding contributions to the university’s community.
The UC Regents met this week to discuss the fiscal performance of the University, employment for students without legal status, and tuition and admissions changes to certain policies.
The UC Board of Regents unanimously approved a working group Thursday that will explore how to allow all students to work regardless of immigration status.
The regents, who met at the Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center, first discussed the Regents Policy on Equitable Student Employment Opportunities during a closed board session, followed by voting during the open session.
Preliminary results for the North Westwood Neighborhood Council’s biennial election were released Wednesday by the Los Angeles City Clerk’s office.
The election was held May 4 in Ackerman Union’s Bruin Viewpoint Room, as the NWWNC represents UCLA’s campus and Westwood Village to the LA City Council.
Nearly 1,000 community members and supporters marched to Los Angeles City Hall in a worker’s rights demonstration in honor of May Day.
Organized by the LA May Day Coalition, the march began at 5 p.m.
This post was updated April 30 at 10:24 p.m.
The Science Policy Group at UCLA hosted a screening and panel Wednesday for a documentary exploring evidence-based alternatives to policing.
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