UCLA graduates will enter an improved job market in June but may still face challenges finding full-time employment after graduating.
According to the UCLA Career Center’s 2015 First Destination survey, about 33 percent of UCLA graduates with bachelor’s degrees had full-time job offers within six months.
A new travel grant will reimburse doctoral students up to $1,000 for research-related travel expenses beginning July.
Students who qualify for the Conference, Research and Professional Development Travel Grant Program can request reimbursement for travel-related expenses, including airfare, hotel and conference registration fees, said Robin Garrell, dean of UCLA’s graduate division.
Student groups and University of California campus officials are working together to register students to vote for the California primary election before the Monday deadline.
Yara Hejazi, registration director of Vote for our Future, or V4F, and third-year political science student said he thinks student groups aim to address low voter turnout for young people.
Twenty years ago, UCLA faculty members held secret, off-campus meetings to discuss their struggles as closeted LGBT individuals on campus.
Their gatherings have since led to the establishment of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Campus Resource Center – one of the largest in the country, said Ronni Sanlo, director of the center from 1997 to 2010.
Alexander Sones, a second-year medical student, treated his first patient at a Santa Monica homeless shelter after spending the morning asking the man questions about his throat and abdomen pain to diagnose his condition.
The Graduate Students Association found President Milan Chatterjee guilty of violating the GSA code and constitution at a meeting Wednesday night, but voted not to take action against him.
The graduate student government will present charges against its president at a meeting Wednesday evening. If the charges come to a vote and two-thirds of all seated delegates vote to impeach, the UCLA Graduate Students Association President Milan Chatterjee will be removed from office.
UCLA and NASA researchers can use satellite images to predict how climate change may affect forest habitats.
Scientists can use fungi to predict where forests are more or less likely to adapt to and survive a warming climate, said Joshua Fisher, lead UCLA researcher.
The Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science will award $15,000 to undergraduate students who propose research that can contribute to the future of the Internet, school officials announced Tuesday.
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