UCLA assistant professor Miriam Marlier was awarded one of the first awards in Google’s new Research Scholar Program for her project on mapping compounding climate hazards in California.
Ever since Frank Chang immigrated to the United States from Taiwan in 1979, he has never seen so much violence against Asian Americans.
Chang, an electrical engineering professor, is one of many Asian American professors who are unsettled by the rising Asian hate crimes and concerned about both their own safety and the safety of their families.
Vaidehi Ramanarayanan flew more than 8,000 miles from Singapore to Los Angeles, landing in a different COVID-19 situation than that of her home and a timezone that doesn’t sacrifice her well-being.
Areli Gonzalez danced with joy when she heard former Vice President Joe Biden became the president-elect of the United States.
The fourth-year psychology student, a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program recipient, said she celebrated with her parents and posted the news on social media.
This post was updated Oct. 25 at 7:59 p.m.
When Stephen Cucharo taught a political science seminar over Zoom, he struggled to read the room – an issue he has had since the transition to remote learning.
A UCLA student-run volunteer program provides health care workers fighting the COVID-19 pandemic with tutoring services for their children.
Front Lines Tutoring, a UCLA student-run volunteer initiative started in April, aims to give back to health care workers battling the pandemic by providing tutoring services to their children over Zoom.
Ryan Neis and his friends were making their way through the crowd at a concert in February when someone told him not to come any closer because they did not want to catch the “Wuhan.”
“Wuhan” refers to Wuhan, China, the city where the coronavirus pandemic is thought to have originated from.
This post was updated Jan. 17 at 12:56 p.m.
Leia Yen wants to use her time as a Marshall Scholar to make change on an international scale – but also on the community level, just as she was a part of as a community college student.
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