More UCLA employees will be eligible for overtime pay due to updated pay rules released May 18.
The United States Department of Labor released new rules stating executive, administrative and professional salaried employees making less than $47,476 a year now qualify for overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
The Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science created the Vijay K. Dhir Chair in Engineering on Friday after receiving donations totaling $1 million.
The position, named after the school’s former dean, was created with donations from about 100 alumni, faculty members and other supporters, who worked with Dhir during the 14 years he served as dean.
Students may be able to register online to vote when they enroll for classes, if state legislators approve a program a student lobbying organization announced earlier this month.
The Luskin School of Public Affairs will launch an interdisciplinary institute Thursday that aims to address social inequality issues by promoting social justice and democratic ideas.
Speakers and panelists discussed the 2016 presidential election and responses to global terrorism, among other topics, at a Friday conference that focused on the relationship between the United States and Australia.
The UCLA Employee and Labor Relations department will decide whether to recognize Teamsters Local 2010 as a union to represent its skilled trade workers Friday, bringing more than 600 currently unrepresented workers at UCLA a step closer to negotiating new contracts.
UCLA faculty, California politicians and business executives are developing new technological tools that support California’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, as announced at a conference held at the UCLA School of Law Friday.
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